Booking an annual service for your book detection system, although important, is not normally considered to be the most electrifying job in a librarian’s list of to-dos! However, for Michelle Perrott at Cedars Upper School in Bedfordshire, the task proved to be very fruitful this summer as she was the winner of £125 of books in PSP Asset Protection’s ‘Increase Your Stock by Ensuring it is Protected’ competition.
Leading supplier of library security and asset tracking in the UK, PSP, launched the free prize draw in June. “We wanted to incentivise our customers to book their system health check over the summer in readiness for the new school term. By offering a prize from Peters Bookselling Services (PBS), the largest specialist supplier of children’s books, and with whom we have great synergy, seemed an excellent choice” explained Nick Hunt, MD for PSP Asset Protection.
With her name literally plucked from a hat, Michelle was delighted to be the winner of the £125 of vouchers. “It was great winning this competition and an unexpected bonus to have some additional money to spend on books at a time when we are focusing on improving our literacy levels” said Michelle.
Ray Dyer, Managing Director of PBS said: “Congratulations to Cedars Upper School. We are delighted to support PSP with their ‘Increase Your Stock Initiative’ and to help them promote reading in schools”.