How to Buy

Dealer Partners

Our products are sold by a dedicated network of partners across the country. Each has been carefully selected to represent our products based on their superior customer support and education market expertise. They are highly knowledgeable about VariQuest products and are sure to provide your school with outstanding installation and training support.

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Funding Sources

There are many funding sources and grants available to help you make your investment in VariQuest Visual & Kinesthetic Learning Tools, and we’ve done the work to provide you with the most current information you need. Below are some of the most common funds along with cost justification and applications. Your local authorized VariQuest dealer can help you explore the best funding options for your school or district.

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Dealer Locator

Advanced Graphics
5333 Highway Blvd.
Katy, TX 77494
Phone: 800-348-8595
Fax: 281-391-2046
Email: denis@myadvancedgraphics.com

Advanced Graphics is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Founded in 1985 in Katy, Texas, Advance Graphics was one of the first Varitronics Dealers in the United States and is trained to offer sales support for VariQuest products.

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AVI-SPL – Duluth, GA
1950 Evergreen Blvd.
Suite 200
Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: 800-282-6733
Fax: 678-542-2206
Email: sales@avispl.com

AVI-SPL is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. AVI-SPL is a leading organization in audio, video, and collaborative communication solutions. With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, AVI-SPL has developed a high level of expertise in many diverse markets, including the education industry.

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AVI-SPL – Lanham, MD
9701 Philadelphia Court
Suite J
Lanham, MD 20706
Phone: 800-282-6733
Fax: 301-306-7540
Email: sales@avispl.com

AVI-SPL is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. AVI-SPL is a leading organization in audio, video, and collaborative communication solutions. With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, AVI-SPL has developed a high level of expertise in many diverse markets, including the education industry.

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AVI-SPL – Tampa, FL
6313 Benjamin Rd.
Suite 110
Tampa, FL 33634
Phone: 800-282-6733
Fax: 813-882-9508
Email: sales@avispl.com

AVI-SPL is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. AVI-SPL is a leading organization in audio, video, and collaborative communication solutions. With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, AVI-SPL has developed a high level of expertise in many diverse markets, including the education industry.

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Camera Mundi
PO Box 6840
Caguas, PR 00726
Phone: 787-653-4876
Fax: 787-746-4979
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Camera Mundi Inc. is the largest and most comprehensive provider of products, equipment, materials and services to the educational sector in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Established in 1974 in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Camera Mundi is at the forefront of education and covers all the needs of educational institutions, their students, parents, teachers and administrators.

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Gebco of Hawaii, Inc.
3375 Koapaka Street
Ste D140
Honolulu, HI 96819
Phone: 808-591-0889
Fax: 808-591-0996
Email: Chung_HaoLiao@IdentiSys.com

Gebco of Hawaii is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Gebco of Hawaii was founded in 1965 and leads the Hawaiian market in its core product lines. Gebco of Hawaii is a division of Identisys. Identisys and Gebco of Hawaii joined forces in August of 2007 in order to offer complete identification solutions, and provide superior service and support to a variety of clientele, including the education industry.

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Imagery Graphic Systems, Inc.
10777 Sentinel
San Antonio, TX 78217
Phone: 800-735-8770
Fax: 210-341-2984
Email: jskaggs@imagerygraphic.com

Imagery Graphic Products is a an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Based out of San Antonio Texas, Imagery Graphic Systems has been supplying Visual Learning tools to Texas businesses and educators since 1987.

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Kansas City Audio-Visual (KCAV)
7535 Troost Ave
Kansas City, MO 64131
Phone: 800-798-5228
Fax: 816-333-2152
Email: sales@kcav.com

Kansas City Audio-Visual (KCAV) is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. KCAV provides solutions that enhance the results of presentations, meetings, seminars, training sessions, and other group communication events. For over 50 years, Kansas City Audio-Visual has served the business, education, government, and religious market with the latest in presentation and audio-visual resources.

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Office Automation
8221 Kelwood Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone: 225-923-1317
Fax: 225-923-0167
Email: mtrapen@officeauto.com

Office Automation is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Office Automation has been providing solutions to the industrial and education industries for almost 30 years and employs a trained staff to provide support for every product offering.

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OSS/KROY Product Center
21 Depot St.
Bridgeport, PA 19405
Phone: 610-279-7092
Fax: 610-275-3003
Email: info@osskroy.com

OSS/Kroy is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. A division of Offset Service & Sales Co, Inc, Oss/Kroy was founded in 1972, and has developed into the leading provider of visual and graphic communication products to the Healthcare, Corporate, and Education Industries in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Central and Southern New Jersey. Oss/Kroy is a family owned company, and prides itself on building close customer relationships.

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Precision Business Machines
1509 Falcon Dr.
Suite 106
DeSoto, TX 75115
Phone: 800-272-0726
Fax: 972-224-9129
Email: sales@pbminc.com

Precision Business Machines is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Founded in 1986, Headquartered in northern Texas, PBM is a small company with a big heart!

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Premier Impressions, Inc.
P.O. Box 270967
Littleton, CO 80127
Phone: 303-470-5429
Fax: 888-213-4580
Email: premierimpressions@msn.com

Premier Impressions, Inc. is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Since 1995, Premier Impressions has been serving Colorado and Wyoming with creative learning tools to help both students and teachers succeed.

R&M Letter Graphics, Inc.
163-03 Horace Harding Expressway
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
Phone: 718-961-1136
Fax: 718-961-1199
Email: sales@rmlettergraphics.com

R&M Letter Graphics is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. R&M Letter Graphics has been a leading supplier of visual learning tools, serving the education community since 1986.

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Spinitar
16751 Knott Ave.
La Mirada, CA 90638
Phone: 800-722-6444
Fax: 714-367-2910
Email: sales@spinitar.com

Spinitar is an Authorized VariQuest Dealer. Spinitar is a leading provider of custom audiovisual and communications technologies, solutions and services. Since its inception in 1986, Spinitar has designed, recommended, and implemented audiovisual technology solutions for a wide variety of markets, including the education industry.

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Varitronics, LLC
7200 93rd Avenue North
Suite 120
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
Phone: 800-328-0585
Fax: 800-543-8966
Email: customerservice@variquest.com

Please contact Varitronics Customer Service for purchasing information and/or to request a product demonstration.

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Visual Impressions Plus, Inc.
1317 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: 866-462-2463
Fax: 505-332-3247
Email: info@NMSchoolTools.com

Visual Impressions Plus, Inc. - now part of Otero Enterprises is the Authorized VariQuest Dealer for the state of New Mexico.

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Title I Funding

Title I provides funding to support academic achievement, specifically helping low-income students meet performance standards. VariQuest Visual & Kinesthetic Learning Tools effectively improve student achievement and Title I programs as a whole.

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IDEA

In accordance with IDEA, VariQuest Visual & Kinesthetic Learning Tools offer the differentiated instructional support to raise educational success for all students and close the achievement gap.

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Carl D. Perkins CTE Alignment

Support career and technical education programs; strengthen the connections between secondary and post-secondary education.

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Association of Student Body Departments +

Association of Student Body Departments

Justification:

Raise funds and encourage school pride

Applications:
  • Create and sell customized posters and banners for profit—Prom and Homecoming Dances, graduation, athletic teams/players, birthdays, community business sponsors
  • Create and sell customized bumper stickers for profit—school name and mascot, student of the month, honor roll members, school athletic teams
  • Design and sell custom 3D prints for profit—key chains, awards, trophies, stamps, etc.
Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act +

Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act

Justification:

Support career and technical education programs; strengthen the connections between secondary and post-secondary education

Applications:
  • Support integration of career and technical education by providing occupationally-relevant equipment
  • Create posters to display academic and technical standards
  • Create 3D prints, 2D manipulatives and other visuals for special populations
  • Develop entrepreneurial, student-based enterprises by creating school spirit items for sale, such as custom: 3D keychains, 3D stamps, awards, vinyl cuts, bumper stickers, etc.
  • Design and create 3D prints that solve societal issues
Charter Schools Program Funding +

Charter Schools Program Funding

Justification:

Increase the number of high-quality charter schools available to students

Applications:
  • Use in constructive ways, producing a product that represents core concepts in mathematical models, scientific forms, artistic images, historical replicas and more
  • Connect students to the maker movement as a tool to facilitate hands-on and project-based learning skills
  • Create graphic organizers of key concepts to help students organize and classify key concepts
  • Make K-W-L charts to activate prior knowledge to improve reading comprehension as well as develop subject related foundations for learning
  • Incorporate instructional strategies that encourage student engagement
  • Construct learning activities that meet the diverse needs of the 21st Century student populations
  • Create reusable manipulatives for discussion webs, math, reading keys, mind mapping and structured note-taking
FFE List (Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment) and Construction BEL (Basic Equipment List) +

FFE List (Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment) and Construction BEL (Basic Equipment List)

Justification:

Communicate through the use of building signs and posters

Applications:
  • Make posters, cutouts, manipulatives and bulletin board displays for classroom instruction.
  • Create building and parking lot signage to assist students, teachers and parents
  • Post rules and expectations in every classroom
General Budget +

General Budget

Justification:

Help teachers, administrators, volunteers and staff work more effectively and improve student achievement

Applications:
  • Save time by utilizing pre-designed poster, award and bulletin board templates
Literacy & STEM Grants +

Literacy & STEM Grants

Justification:

Support goals and key concepts of awarded grants

Applications:
  • Motivate students with personalized reading awards
  • Create charts to communicate program goals and progress
  • Reinforce key learning concepts by enlarging strategies and reminders
  • Expose students to advanced, 3D technology incorporating STEM fields
  • Create 3D  prototypes  for engineering and science-related courses
  • Provide teachers with resources to visually show abstract STEM concepts in a 3D form to increase students’ understanding
Parent/Teacher Organizations +

Parent/Teacher Organizations

Justification:

Raise funds through parent, teacher, student and community involvement

Applications:
  • Create posters to communicate fundraising programs and events such as book fairs, school carnivals, car washes, community yard sales and fun runs
The Partnerships in Character Education Program +

The Partnerships in Character Education Program

Justification:

Support school, state and community character education initiatives

Applications:
  • Post anti-bullying messages throughout the school
  • Create posters to define and encourage positive attributes such as attitude, respect, citizenship, fairness, responsibility, trustworthiness
  • Reward good character and good behavior through the use of awards and stickers
Title IIa – Developing High Quality Teachers and Principals +

Title IIa – Developing High Quality Teachers and Principals

Justification:

Increase the number of highly qualified teachers, principals, and assistant principals, and hold schools accountable for improvements in student academic achievement

Applications:
  • Provide lesson plans for teachers to effectively use the 3D printer with formative assessment to measure the impact of the experience
  • Create progress maps for students and classes to track their progress
  • Provide recognition through customized awards created for each child, group, or class
  • Equip educators with alternative methods to engage students with VariQuest tools
  • Provide teachers with tools to support key learning activities through poster-size maps, reminders, models, process maps, graphic organizers, etc.
  • Expand access to new technology with 3D printer and software, and touchscreen technology
Title III English Language Acquisition +

Title III English Language Acquisition

Justification:

Promote language instruction for limited English proficient and immigrant students

Applications:
  • Incorporate bilingual cutouts on bulletin boards
  • Create bilingual classroom visuals and signage such as graphic translation and vocabulary posters
  • Create a school environment where limited-English parents feel welcome and involved
  • Reinforce vocabulary words with labels throughout the classroom
  • Motivate students to create 3D prints that can serve as focal points for them to use the designs as springboards to describe them in English
  • Create bilingual awards that honor the first language of the student as well as reinforcing English
  • Make parent recognition awards in their native language for non-English speakers
Title IV, Part A Safe and Drug-Free Schools +

Title IV, Part A Safe and Drug-Free Schools

Justification:

Promote awareness of school policies and programs

Applications:
  • Customize drug prevention and intervention posters (use the school name and mascot to help students relate to messages)
  • Reward students with “I Am Drug-Free” stickers and awards
  • Utilize creative manipulatives as part of the novelty pillar of differentiated instruction
Title IV, Part B 21st Century Learning Centers +

Title IV, Part B 21st Century Learning Centers

Justification:

Communicate with students, parents and the community

Applications:
  • Display character education posters in the classroom
  • Motivate students through the use of progress charts and graphs
  • Create posters to communicate school program activities
  • Use posters to increase awareness of community literacy courses for parents
Title V, Part D Gifted and Talented Education +

Title V, Part D Gifted and Talented Education

Justification:

Support differentiated instruction

Applications:
  • Create posters outlining multiple-step processes as part of the complexity pillar of differentiated instruction