I know I’m still hibernating, but summertime will be here before you know it. In fact, Workman Publishing just launched their 2018 Camp Workman program and bookstores can sign up now.
I probably should say relaunch. If your bookstore has participated in Camp Workman in the past, take note. This season is a little different.
“This is actually a relaunch of a program that Workman ran for many years but had fallen by the wayside,” says Moira Kerrigan, director of marketing for Workman Publishing. “We’ve rethought out and redesigned the whole kit and I think it feels really fresh and fun and exciting!”
The idea behind Camp Workman is that bookstores can sign up to host events throughout the summer (or just an individual event) under their own name. For example: Camp Whatnot. And you get to use Workman-curated materials.
“We are working on creating a really robust collection of hands-on activities pulled from across the Workman family of titles that stores can download and pass out to campers,” says Kerrigan. “Activities range in theme from STEM, arts & crafts, fun & games, and nature.”
Not only will Workman Publishing provide the activities but they will also provide camp diplomas for the kids, store signage, and $75 co-op, plus special terms for orders.
Accounts can sign-up to participate by filling out this form.