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Enjoy free pizza, free oil change and other back-to-school savings

“Free” is everyone’s favorite price, particularly when it’s time for back-to-school.

Get a free Papa John’s medium, one topping pizza and a free Firestone Complete Auto Care standard oil change, no purchase necessary at either location, when you buy an Enjoy the City coupon book for $10; that’s half off the cover price.

The Fayette County Education Foundation is selling the coupon books at the school system’s board of education office, located at 210 Stonewall Avenue in Fayetteville. The proceeds will help fund teacher-driven classroom projects for which no other monetary resource is available.

The foundation has given nearly $180,000 to Fayette’s public classroom teachers during its eight-year history.

A very limited quantity is available at this special $10 price. The coupon books feature a number of “buy one, get one free” deals and discounts from local restaurants and businesses such as Johnny’s New York Style Pizza, La Hacienda, Sonic, LaParrilla, and many others. The coupons are good until December 31, 2010.

Families can also enjoy savings on entertainment like “buy one, get one free” Atlanta Braves game tickets and free general admission to Zoo Atlanta with the purchase of a ticket.

There are many discounts on services such as car rentals, dry cleaning and hair care.

These are tough financial times for everyone. The foundation wants to help the community save money on food and services while also helping the county’s teachers get what they need to continue offering their students the best educational experiences possible.

The Fayette County Education Foundation is nonprofit organization and is a cooperative effort between the school system and the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce.
For more information about the foundation or Enjoy the City coupon books, contact Melinda Berry-Dreisbach, public information specialist for Fayette County Schools, 770-460-3535.

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