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Vancouver Island Library key chain tags are coming

Vancouver Island Regional Library is pleased to offer a new level of convenience to its customers.

As of June 1, library customers can pick up a free library card key chain tag the next time they visit their local branch.

“All you have to do is stop by the circulation desk and ask for your library card key chain tag,” says Timothy Skye, library manager. “Add it to your keychain and you’ll never be without your library card. If customers pick up their key chain tags on June 6 or 7, their names will be entered into a draw for a Kobo eReader.”

Key chain tags for the Campbell River, Cortes Island, Quadra Island and Sayward branches are sponsored by Harris NISSAN in Campbell River.

“We appreciate this partnership with the Vancouver Island Newspaper Group and thank the corporate sponsors for their support of our library branches and the vital role they play in their communities,” says Rosemary Bonanno, executive director of Vancouver Island Regional Library. “We are pleased to offer this service to both existing and new customers.”

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