Open Books Goes to Deal or No Deal!

Open Books, Chicago\'s first nonprofit literacy bookstore, wants your help! We\'ve applied to appear on NBC\'s hit game show Deal or No Deal with the intention of bringing home $1,000,000 to support Open Books and literacy for adults and children. Much of what you see on primetime game shows is the same: everyday citizens, working for the man, trying to find a way to grab some extra cash so they can buy a bigger house or a fancy car or a new wardrobe. Open Books\' Dani Brzozowski (Director of Development) intends to take NBC by storm, shake up the show, and win money on behalf of Open Books. That\'s every cent -- potentially a million dollars -- going straight to supporting literacy programs for adults and children across the city of Chicago. What we need from you is simply your support: sign this petition to tell NBC and the producers of Deal or No Deal that you\'re tired of seeing ordinary people winning money for ordinary causes. Tell the producers that what you want to see is Dani Brzozowski representing Open Books, winning money for literacy. Our promise to you is that Open Books\' staff, in appearing on the show, will keep things interesting. Maybe someone will step out in the pencil costume. Maybe we\'ll bring neon frogs as silent supporters. Who knows We\'re a wild group, willing to do what it takes to have your support! And if you have suggestions, leave those below -- we will consider all reasonable and unreasonable requests with the same keen eye. Check out our application video on YouTube (the link\'s to the side), sign below, and email dani@open-books.org if you have questions!

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Open Books (www.open-books.org)

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Our application video: http://www.youtube.com/watchv=1Wtis16PbNI Open Books\' website: http://www.open-books.org

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