"The library helped me start my business" - March 2008 issue of Woman's Day

Read about four entrepreneurs who let us in on their secret to business success: the library.

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Everyday, people turn to the library to get guidance in finding reliable sources of health information. 

From now until Until May 11, Woman’s Day magazine is collecting stories on how the resources found at libraries have improved its readers physical, mental or emotional well-being.  Women 18 and over can submit their stories in 700 words or less to womansday@ala.org  Four submissions will be featured the March 2009 issue of Woman’s Day.

Click here for more information, including the official rules

The magazine announced the initiative in its March issue [pdf].

Bring this initiative to your community!

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link to official rules at womansday.com/ala







The Campaign for America's Libraries and Woman's Day

The Campaign's partnership with Woman's Day began in 2002, when the magazine ran an article about the relationship between writers and libraries.  Since then, Woman's Day, which has a readership of over 4 million, has provided 28 pages of editorial content about libraries and librarians. 

Previous articles have been based on Woman's Day readers' own stories about their love of libraries, how libraries have changed their lives, being a librarian for a day and more.

Woman's Day is a Campaign Founding Partner

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