August 20, 2008
BookRenter.com Launches its Campus Rep Program
First online book rental service works with students to spread the word on how to save money by renting instead of buying new or cheap textbooks.
San Jose, CA August 20, 2008 -- BookRenter.com officially launched its campus rep program today, inviting any student that is currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university to become an official BookRenter rep. Once signed up, the student rep begins promoting BookRenter.com to his campus and begins earning a commission immediately on all qualifiying orders from his school.
"We've had many students ask how they can work with BookRenter.com to tell others at their schools how easy it is to use our service and save money by renting textbooks. I'm excited to work with these students. We enjoy being entrepreneurs at BookRenter.com, so the more the merrier," said Laura Sneddon, Ecommerce Marketing Manager at BookRenter.com. "It's exciting for our reps to not only save money by using our service, but to make money by promoting it, too!"
The starting commission for a campus rep is 5% of each sale. As the rep increases his or her sales figures, the rep receives a higher percentage, Any interested student can visit www.BookRenter.com/campus_rep to read the program description and print the campus rep agreement.
Founded in 2006, BookRenter.com is the first online book rental service. BookRenter.com replaces traditional bookstore sales with online book rentals for students at schools throughout the nation. Flexible rental periods and a hassle free return process save customers up to 75% off retail price. These savings, along with a large title selection, five convenient rental periods, and free return shipping spur the question Why Buy When You Can Rent?® Located in San Jose, California, BookRenter.com is a Santa Clara County certified green business.