I would contact your local Wal-Mart directly; try to get the person in
charge of back-to-school stuff. At the same time, e-mail the
companies. Crayola is pretty responsive in my experience.
Heather Hayes wrote:
> I've heard from several different people that Wal-Mart and Crayola
> have teamed up to get an art teacher in the store for a few hours to
> help parents buy back-to-school supplies, and that the teacher gets a
> $150 gift card to Wal-Mart for doing it. Does anyone have contact
> information for this program?