CHINO, Calif., Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Furthering its commitment to providing schools across the nation with protective solutions specific for Education environments, Trident TM is expanding its appreciation for schools and educators by employing exclusive discounted pricing for school districts nationwide. In addition, this comprehensive program also includes fundraising for school programs, such as athletic programs and booster clubs, and Give Back donations in which Trident will donate to programs at the schools or charities that support Education around the country. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161107/436655 Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161107/436656LOGO "We are proud of our Made in USA manufacturing, Eco-Friendly products, and our pledge to the community as a company is founded on family values and a commitment to doing what is right. With that commitment comes a true desire to bring first-class products to the Education arena by delivering extraordinary products at great prices. This belief is at the core of our culture as a company and we pride ourselves on exceeding the expectations of our customers," Trident's Executive Vice President Michael Nagamatsu said today. Trident is offering school districts up to 60% off regular pricing, exclusive for the Education channel. In conjunction with this announcement, Trident has also announced the Give Back program in which they will donate a percentage of every unit purchased either back to the school or to a charity that supports the advancement of K-12 Education in America. Trident is also rolling out a fundraising program for schools across the nation which will allow sports and school programs to implement technology into their fundraising efforts by offering solutions for mobile devices. These solutions are imprinted with the logo of the school, which make it an easy sell. Schools can also sell them in student stores, concession stands during games, and door-to-door fundraising. This offers schools a great way to add a significant amount of money to the programs around campus.