Back To School No‑Sell


Back to School Sale


Retailers historically look forward to selling clothing, notebooks, pens, and pencils during August. Children look forward to receiving new outfits that keep up with new trends and fit as they grow.

The traditional back to school sale has become the art of “selling” the nostalgia of resuming education to parents and children. It is less about shoes and pencils.

ClinicalPosters has educational materials, like the Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Book, but is not marketing a “Back to School Sale.” Education-minded readers also enjoy the Chambers Kids miniseries. Perhaps you will too.

Today, the battle is not over race or physically relocating students. The protests are against vaccinations and mask wearing. In 2020, prior to available vaccines, the pandemic debate was between physical and virtual classrooms. Technology companies earned huge profits as a result.

Even parents want to comply with child vaccinations (many do not), Pfizer/BioNTech’s vaccine has been fully approved by the US Food and Drug Administration only for children age 16 and older.

Emergency use authorization extends down to age 12. Ages 6–11 may not receive authorization until year end. The notion that childhood coronavirus infections are not serious is contributing to a rise of cases.

Coronavirus pandemic information represents a historic snapshot of fluid events. To support the writing of useful articles about marketing, ClinicalPosters sells human anatomy charts, scientific posters and other products online. Slide extra posters into DeuPair Frames without removing from the wall or leave an encourag­ing comment to keep the work going.

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