Ombudsman President and CEO Mark Claypool featured on Book'em blog (Nashville, Tenn.)

Date: February 6, 2012

Book’em, the Nashville, Tenn., an independent nonprofit children’s literacy organization, recently featured a guest blog post from ESA/Ombudsman President, CEO – and proud member of Book’em’s Board of Directors – Mark Claypool.

In his post, Mark stresses the importance of reading, especially at an early age. Book’em strives to achieve childhood literacy by providing books and volunteers to visit schools and read with underprivileged children.

Mark writes:

I have also seen many young people overcome challenges such as difficult childhoods, negative relationships and failures in school to achieve great successes. While their stories are unique to their personal experiences, they usually have a common theme: a love of learning. I encourage everyone to support Book’em. I believe in books and in their power to transform the lives of Nashville’s children.

Click here to read the full post and learn more about our company’s involvement with Book’em.


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