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Morse, Dana

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Special Pricing on Texas Instruments Technology
Posted: Mar 9, 2014 9:34 PM
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Hello AMTNYS Forum Members,

It's the Spring show season already even if the weather doesn't look that much like Spring. The Texas Instruments Educational Technology Conference just concluded and the instructional dealers who were in attendance are lowering their prices on our products for a short time.

I have attached a document sharing the deals. If you are planning to order any TI calculators or software for your classroom, now is the time to get the most for your budget.

Always feel free to contact me before placing an order to be sure that you are getting the best option for your courses and classroom set up. I can give advice on which models are best suited for particular courses and high stakes exams.

Over the next few weeks, TI will be at the following conferences

* Limacon

* 10 County

* Hudson Mohawk Valley

* NYCMP

If you plan to attend, come on by the booth to update you operating systems and try out the latest from TI.

Enjoy the Spring weather!

Mr. Dana F. Morse
Partnership Development Consultant
New York & Pennsylvania
Texas Instruments Incorporated

(315) 730-9858 | dmorse@ti.com<mailto:dmorse@ti.com> | www.education.ti.com<http://www.education.ti.com/>

TI-Solutions for the Common Core
www.TICommonCore.com<http://www.ticommoncore.com/>




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