Maps.com Announce An Expanded Range Of Back To School Classroom Products
Santa Barbara, CA
, July 20, 2006 — Maps.com, leading map publisher and retailer announces the release of its Iran Wall Map, just in time for back to school shopping. Maps.com is committed to providing the best quality products for geography teachers, students and anyone with an interest in the world. Whether it's exploring geography topics or currents events, teachers can supplement their lessons with map resources offered at Maps.com. The company's online store carries great educational tools including wall maps, desk maps, atlases, globes, games, digital downloads and more for students of all ages.
In today's world, geography matters. Maps play an integral role in raising awareness about different regions of the world and current events, such as natural disasters, foreign policy and globalization. With the recent addition of the Iran Wall Map to Maps.com's collection of educational tools, teachers and students seeking to apply these and other map resources to their curriculum can look for cost-effective or high end products through the retail site.
Heavily illustrated with fun pictures and descriptive text, the Children's World Wall Map by Dino's maps is a great primary level starter map. Choose from a variety of stunning wall maps by Maps.com, National Geographic, Rand McNally and Cram to supplement a library or classroom. Prices for individual maps or sets range from $15.95 to $555.00. Globes by Replogle, with adjustable height placement on the floor or table, are also an excellent addition to any home, school, or office and retail at $144.95. Teachers and students on a budget will find a variety of low cost desk maps, atlases, games, and online resources as well as discounted wall map sets. (For more information on Maps.com products and services, visit www.maps.com
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Founded in 1991, Santa Barbara based Maps.com is the industry's most comprehensive mapping services company with offerings in the business, consumer, and education marketplaces. Whether it's creating a regional wall map or planning a multi-stop travel route online, Maps.com strives to meet the mapping needs of today's digital era. Today, over 2 million monthly visitors, 8,500 U.S. Schools, and both small and large companies, such as Lowe's Home Improvement, Nextel, and AAA currently benefit from Maps.com's vast service offerings. For more information, visit