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Amy Smith cuts ribbon  on Whitfield Book Vending Machine
David GaygenJun 27, 2024 12:49:01 PM2 min read & Boys and Girls Club Build a Community of Readers & Boys and Girls Club Build a Community of Readers


At, we are always looking for new ways to get kids excited about reading. Our partners in literacy play a crucial role in making this effort possible. That is why we are thrilled to once again partner with the Boys and Girls Club of Dalton, TN. Our mission has always been to make reading accessible and exciting for children, and this collaboration takes us one step closer to that goal.

Featured At The Whitfield County Schools’ District Office

We're especially proud to have our vending machine featured at the grand opening of Whitfield County Schools' new district office. It's heartening to see our innovative approach to promoting literacy being embraced by educational institutions and community organizations alike.


Amy Smith, teacher, with Whitfield Bookworm Vending machine


The brainchild behind this initiative is Amy Smith, Whitfield County Schools' middle school curriculum director. We applaud her vision and dedication to fostering a love for reading among students. It was a moment of pride for us to see Ms. Smith cut the ribbon, officially launching Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine at the ceremony.

Why Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine?

Inchy's Bookworm Vending Machine revolutionizes the way schools promote reading by transforming books into a fun and rewarding experience. Teachers reward students’ behavioral and academic achievements with a gold Inchy token. Students use that token to redeem a free book from Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. Our program helps cultivate a love for reading among students through an engaging and innovative approach. 


Inchy's Bookworm Vending Machines


As the original company for book vending solutions, Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine stands out. Active in over 8,000 schools, our program’s customizable features have a proven impact on literacy and behavior. Best-in-class support and service, make it the top choice for educational settings.

What sets our vending machine apart is its ability to cater to diverse interests and age groups. Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine can be stocked it with a wide variety of books, ensuring that every student who visits the district office finds something that piques their curiosity. The best part? Every book is free, removing any financial barriers to reading.

Book Vending Supports District Initiative

This initiative aligns perfectly with the One Whitfield initiative, promoting unity and community within the school district. We're honored to play a part in bringing people together through the joy of reading.

Parents and Students using Whitfield's Bookworm Vending machine

The event was made even more special by the presence of former students and teachers from North Whitfield High School and North Whitfield Middle School. It's wonderful to see our vending machine becoming a part of the community's shared memories and experiences.

Partnerships Are The Key To Success

At, we believe that every child deserves free and equitable access to books, Reading can spark their imagination and fuel their growth. We're excited to see how this partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Dalton will impact young readers in the community.

We also look forward to hearing stories of children discovering new worlds, learning valuable lessons, and developing a lifelong love for reading through Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. This is just the beginning, and we can't wait to see where this journey takes us next.

Remember, with Inchy's Bookworm Vending Machine, adventure is just a book away!

Visit BookVending.Com to learn how our other partners in literacy, like the Kiwanis or Erik Jones Foundation. have helped schools across the country start a reading revolution.



David Gaygen

There is something exciting about a book vending machine. Everyone who hears about it, instantly wants to be a part of it—and that is David's favorite part of the job. In addition to being the community manager and content creator at, he also enjoys being part of the Reading Revolution Podcast. Read. Reward. Inspire. That's what it's all about. Join David and this ever-growing community of educators and literacy champions at