“More and more schools are implementing technology like tablets into their curriculums,” Trident Vice President of Marketing Vickie Achee explained. “We’re proud to offer schools the opportunity to obtain a Trident Charging Cart, a product that will make a positive impact in the lives of students for years to come.”
For a chance to win, teachers, administrators, or other school personnel should submit a 200-word essay answering the question: “What makes your school unique and how would a new Charging Cart help your school?” The stories can be submitted directly firstname.lastname@example.org from March 23 through April 23, 2015. A panel of judges will review all submissions and award the most deserving school a Trident Charging Cart.
The Trident Charging Cart is the ideal solution for charging multiple tablets in K-12 classrooms. Built-in charging ports allow users to charge up to 30 tablets at once, while a UV light inside the Charging Cart disinfects the cases while charging them. The cart, equipped with an acrylic frosted window to view the devices, fully charges all tablets in up to 4-6 hours. A red LED light indicates that the devices are charging, and a green LED light indicates that the devices are fully charged.
Trident’s Charging Cart is available in white, beige and black and comes with built-in handles and lockable wheels make it easy to move the cart to and from different locations around a classroom or throughout the entire school. Meanwhile, a front stand securely holds the door to prevent from swinging when open. The Charging Cart is available for tablets 11” and under.
“Trident offers a variety of mobile device accessories and solutions that allow people to live with impact,” Achee added. “The Charging Cart is an example of how Trident’s products can make a positive impact in the lives of many. We’re excited to provide K-12 schools the opportunity to win this useful product.”
The official contest rules can be found on www.tridentcase.com/chargingcartrules. The deadline for entering the contest is April 23, 2015. Judges decision will be final.