Syracuse-Turkey Creek Township Public Library is one stop on the statewide Indiana Library Passport program! Get your passport and start visiting participating libraries for the chance to win prizes during quarterly drawings!
The Indiana State Library launched the Indiana Library Passport, a mobile passport that encourages everyone to visit libraries across the Hoosier state. The passport is a free program, open to everyone. It showcases over 60 main libraries and branches to explore – including 31 historical Carnegie libraries – in an easy, mobile-friendly way.
Visit the passport's website to get started! Sign up for the Indiana Library Passport by providing your name, email address and mobile phone number. A link is then sent to your mobile phone, which opens the passport and directs the user to add the button icon to their home screen, where they can access it any time. There is never anything to download and no bulky apps take up space on a user’s phone.
When participants check in to libraries on the Indiana Library Passport trail, they will be entered into a quarterly drawing for a prize package, including, but not limited to, historical tour tickets, architecture books and gift cards from local and national merchants. Once users sign up for the passport, they only need to use their phone to check in while physically at each location. Participants are eligible to check in to each location on the passport once per week which will enter them into the prize drawing.
The Indiana Library Passport is a collaboration between the Indiana State Library and Bandwango, a well-known technology company in the travel space.
For more information, visit the Indiana State Library's blog.
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