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SUCCESS Gives Back: Promoting Literacy in At-Risk Communities

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SUCCESS is one of those partners. The magazine recently donated 25,000 issues to MagLiteracy, contributing to the organization’s mission of expanding literacy and spreading great stories.

For , the manager of product marketing and development at SUCCESS, the donation was a no-brainer.“Now these magazines are being used for what they were originally published to do,” he says. “They’re inspiring, encouraging and educating new people.”Since the relaunch of SUCCESS in 2008, the magazine has accumulated thousands of back issues from overprints and event leftovers.

Murphy says the company has made it a priority to reduce its inventory, but at the same time, throwing out magazines in bulk just didn’t sit right with him and his colleagues.

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