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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


School Bids and School Government Contracts Company Re-Energizes NJ, PA, DE, NY, CT, MA, MD and FL Clients with New Jobs

School bids and school contracting opportunities remain a strong source of business opportunity in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York (including NY City), Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida and Maryland jobs. reports that government bids and government contracting jobs (especially those issued by school bids departments) are keeping their New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York (including NY City), Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland and Florida clients busy with new work opportunities throughout the holiday months.

Usually a slow-down period, the holiday months are proving busy for the many clients that have contracted with the various schools in NJ, PA, DE, NY, CT, MA, MD and FL in the past. "Spending on educational supplies, products and services for the various school districts and boards of education (BOE's) translates directly into bid jobs and work opportunities for the millions of US businesses that contract with the school purchasing and procurement offices," says a company spokeswoman.

BTB plans to continue to fight the recent economic down-turn by continuing to provide up-to-date information about the school bids and school district contracting opportunities they compile and distribute every day. "Don't fear the recent economic news," suggests CEO Kyle Yoder. "The United States is the greatest country in the world, and the ingenuity of the American entrepreneur will DEFINITELY get our economy back on trackā€¦ in the meantime, the school districts contracting opportunities and government school bids arena is thriving and full of opportunities for businesses of all sizes and industries."


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