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The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 10,- 1981-Page 5
Student Savings Shield Benefits EveryoneI

This is an open newsletter tc
faculty, and staff organizati
chants and the general
community. It will appear
Friday throughout the sums
If you like what you read(
sure you will) tell your favi
chants that you plan to
fingers do the walkin' thr
savings pages."

R ISTUDENTS, FACULTY, AND
STAFF save hundreds of dol-
o stuentslars on products and services
studntsthey need.
ions, mer-
univesityS$S is a0
hnierseac open to
here ach k saingsand staf
Amer term. S P%1O~ groups r
and we're package
anrte mer- don't ph4
"Let your cial phor
'u the S$S pack.
79 Me
she
Noi
MERCHANTS receive unique STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS bel
advertising and experience OBTAIN FUNDING FOR SPE- de
increased sales volume. CIAL PROJECTS AND CHAR- dec

in unique fundraising activity
all U of M students, faculty.
ft organizations. Interested
may pick up an information
aat the MSA office. Please
cone MSA, you will find a spe-
ne number in the information
archants interested in participating
ould send a letter of inquiry to: StS,
rth Campus Family Housing Office, 5344
hop St., Ann Arbor, MI 48705, or phone
13) 995-5134. Check the "Status Report'
low, and contact us today! Our first
sdiine was Juiy 3, our second land finai)
adiine is July 31.

TIES.

With the present state of the
Michigan economy merchants
nor students have extra
money to contribute to stu-
dent organizations and their
charitable causes. This
dilemma has forced reduc-
tions in programs for many
organizations and threatens
the very existence of others.
Such was the plight of a small
North Campus co-op this past
academic year. As they
struggled to get a few adver-
tisers to cover the printing
cost of their price list the
words "sorry, it's not in our
budget" came up repeatedly.
Yet merchants were buying
discount coupon advertising
from commercial ad agencies
which ironically were
targeted at students. As ex-
plained by the co-op's co-
ordinator "The implications
were clear, merchants em-
pathized with student
organizations but they simply
couldn't afford charity cases.
If we hoped to obtain their
support we would have to be
competitive with commercial
agencies." Research began
and it was almost im-
mediately apparent that
collectively student
organizations had the
capacity to develop an excep-
tional' discount adver-
tisement. The co-op laid the
ground work, then contacted
other student organizations
who became excited about
the potential of the program.
At that point it was decided
to include faculty and staff
groups as well. When one
merchant was asked what he
thought oaf the S$S program
he replied. "It's a great idea
and will be successful . -.. it
enables both merchants.
and students (also faculty and
staff) to give because they
also receive."
NEXT WEEK "How it all pulled
together." Hard work by co-op
members, plus the heip and co-
operation of S.O.A.P., MSA,
Michigan Advertising Works, the
Michigan Union, the North Cam-
pus Famiiy Housing Office, and
others were instrumental to the
deveiopment of StS.

COMING FALL 19811
S$S is an adhesive decal that you place on the back of any I.D. card, Bearers of S$S buy
from the same stores. Those listed in the S$S directory because they offer S$S bearers
valuable discounts! For a $3.00 donation you are able to save hundreds of dollars at the
same time you -are making a donation to the student, faculty or staff organization of
your choice.
Below is the index of the S$S Saving Pages Directory. The column denoted "L"
(Limit) indicates the max. number of businesses that will be allowed to sign up
for a given product/service category. The column denoted "A" (Available) in-
dicates the number of openings. Merchants may phone 995-5134 for more in for-
mation. GOAL FOR FALL '81: 50 merchants. CURRENT TALLY: 26.

A
Antique Sho.ps
Apartments
Applincs
Attorne.ys
AtvtBodytepair & Point
AtDealrs-New,
Auto Prt &SSupplis-Nvvw
Au.totRadio & Streo Sytemst
Aut Reconvtditionting
Attepair & Srie
Au.to Udrcoatings
Ato Washin~g &Polsh
b
Roby &Juven.ile.Furture,,
talloons,
Beauty Salons
Billiads-vt
Blood Banks
BookDele- Retail
Broke Setrvi
Bridal Mhols
Calclig & ddpin.g MSchine

L A
2 1
2 2
2 2
1 1
2 1
1 1
1 1
3 3
1
1 1
1 0
1 1
1 1
2 2
7 1
1 1
a
1 1
1 1
t 1
1 1
1 1
1 p1
1
2 1
3 0
t 1
2 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 i
1 t
1 1
1 f
i f
7 1
} 1
L A
t I
t 1
1 1
t 1
i 3
1 1
1 1
i t
1 t
1 t
1 1
1 T
t i
i T
1 1
1 1
2 t
7 t
} t
1 1
} 1
2 1

D
DtigSrvce
Delicatessen Shop
Delivry Svyie
Dimon..d Appaiers
Dipr Services
Dog &Cat Foo.ds
Dog Taining
E
Enc~ylopedias
F
Fsh Satfood-Rtail
Flrists
Frma) IWar-Rtail
Fruit & VgtabeRetalt,
Frniture Custom tMd.
G
Gordv.n Eqipen.t-Retatl
Gift Sho.p
Golt Equipmt.&..Supplies
Gourme..t Shops
Graphic Designers.
Greetin~gCor.ds
Grocery Sores.
H
tealth Fo.d-Rtat.il
tHobbyt& Model Supplies
Tu.bs & Sp,
House Sittersv

L A
2 2
T 1
t 1
T 1
1 1
1 t
T 1
T 1
1 1
i I
I 1
1 1
1 1
T 1
T t
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
f 1 1
1 T
I 1
1 T
1 0
T i
1 1
1 1
t1 1
1
T 1
t i
2 2
1 T
i T
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
T I
1 0
1 T
1 1
1 1
I 1
1 1
T 1
1 1
1 1
1 i
2 1
2 2
1 1

K
Key Mkers,
Knitting Supplis
L
Lam~p 8 Lm.p Shds
Lather Apporel-Rtail
Lcksm.iths
Lggg-Rtail
Lmerrti
M
Mgzines-Deolers
Mgicians.
Modling ShoolsI
Mpds
Motel
Mufflrs 8 Exhaus.t
Msi-Dealers
N
Needlework.l
Night Cubs
0
Optiin
trpvi
P.1 Goomting
Pt Shops
Pharmactvies
Photo Fiihig-Rtail
Photographic Equipmt'v~
Photo.graphy Scool.
Phys iiats
Pinos,-Used
Pizzas~ttit
Planltsv
P"'..'s
Poitrists
Property Managemttv

1 1
1 ,
-1 1
1 ,
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
A
1 ,
2 2
,t
1 ,
t,
i T
1 ,
1 1
1 1
, t
L A
1 1
1 t
1 ,
1 t ,
1 1
1 T
I 1
1 ,
1 ,
1 I
1 /
T 1
1 1
1 0
3 0
1 1
1 i
I 1
2 1
1 1
1 t

R
tadivovealers1I
tReadin~g Imtpro.vtment 1 0
RealIEstate 1 1
tReal Ett-schoo.l 1 1
Record-stereo 11
Rentols-Equ~ipmt I I
Rtaurnts~ 4 2
Riding Academty 1I
Rustprooflintg I11
S
School Supplies 1 I
SholsvI-usiness 1 1
Shool-Industial 1 1
Scuba Equipmenv~t 1 1
SecontdtHandStores I1
Secretarial Sev.ices 1 1
Sev.ieStations-Gosoline 1I
Sew~in~gMachines 1 1
Shits,-Rtoil 1 1
Shoc.kAborbers I1
Shoe tepair 1 1
Shes-Rtail 2 2
Sktes-Rtail 1 1
Skts-tintk I11
Skts-Rentavl 1 1
Sleigh SHovy tide 1 1
Soud Sytemt& Equipmen..t 1 0
Suni TannigSion 1 01
T
T-Shits,1 I
Toilors-Alterations, 1 I
Tx Rturn.Preparation 1 1
Tverns 3 2
Tvoi Cabs 1 1
Telephone Comtpanty 1 I
Televiiont-Coble I11
Televiion-ProgramttSubsctiption 1 I
Tleviin-Ren.tal 11
Tennis Equipmen.t 1 1
Thates 1 1
Tire Dealers 1 1
Toys I11
Tophis 1 1
Typsettitng 1 1
Typwriters-tental 8&als I.. 11
TypintgServ'ice 1 1
W
Wths-Rtail 1 1
Wedding Announcemenvtsl 1 1
Weddig Consu.lants I11
Wie-Rtail 1 I
Yog-Instruction I11
Yarn-Retail I11

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