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    Shop With Pepper, Earn Crescendo Rewards

    Always looking for ways to support music education and advancement, Pepper is proud to offer our new Crescendo Rewards program!  Parents, alumni and music lovers — you can now support your favorite music organization or school program by shopping with us!

    Directors — you can register your school or organization for Crescendo Rewards and help people donate to your program every time they shop for music!  Here’s an overview of how it works:

    Supporters — 5% of your qualified purchases at Pepper accumulate rewards on the organization’s account, which can be applied toward the purchase of essential music equipment and accessories.  The cost of items that performers and students use every day — folders, music stands, software, recordings, videos, posters, bulletin board materials and books — is then either reduced or eliminated altogether, depending upon total points earned.  Use our Rewards Search to see if your favorite organization is currently registered for the program.  If not, ask the director of the organization to visit jwpepper.com/rewards to learn more about the program.

    Directors — visit jwpepper.com/rewards to register your school, church, studio or community music organization for the Crescendo Rewards program.  We even offer some convenient easy-to-use tools to help you spread the word to your supporters.  As supporters make qualifying purchases with Pepper and indicate your program should benefit, rewards will accumulate on your organization’s account, helping you reduce or eliminate the cost of future purchases of music equipment and accessories.   The best part ?  Participation in the program is absolutely free!

    Are you ready to get started?  Visit www.jwpepper.com/rewards to learn more about participating in this valuable program.  Shopping for music has never been so rewarding!

    Mandy Kubikhttp://jwpepper.com
    Singer/Songwriter; Keyboard, Piano, Flute Player; Certified Associate Recording Engineer/Producer; Music Advocate; Regional Manager, J.W. Pepper, Michigan

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