"Kidpreneurs" Aid Library, School
March 14, 2017
Kidspreneurs donate more than 25,000 books since August
February 19, 2017
Biz Journal/ PRNEWSWIRE
Florida's Top Youth Volunteers of 2017 Selected by National Program
Chase Hartman wins Middle Level for Florida!
February 7, 2017
NBC's Parent ToolKit
Two Inspiring Kids donate 11,000 books---and they're not done yet.
November 23, 2016
Peace Fund Radio
Hero of the Week
November 16, 2016
In our Hero of the Week segment, literacy champions Chase Hartman (10) and Vance Tomasi (11) tell John Bierly about the 15,000 (and counting!) books they've collected to give to children, veterans, and anyone in need who loves to read via Read.Repeat.!
Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine
Robles Elementary School students Aiden Tisdale, Jazlyn Rily, Kelisjanae Mills
and Rebecca Romelus, Robles Elementary Assistant Principal Donald Link,
read.repeat. founder Chase Hartman, Robles Elementary Media Specialist
Christine Mobley, read. repeat. founder Vance Tomasi and Robles Elementary
Assistant Principal Beverly Bowden-Humbert.
Fox 13- Good Day Tampa Bay
October 1, 2016
View the Show here. Go to 8:40 for the segment on read.repeat.
Tampa Bay Times
The Gift of Books in Northwest Hillsborough
Thursday, September 29, 2016
We heard this week from a grassroots organization called readrepeat.org about a generous gift from children to children.
Fifth grade students Chase Hartman and Vance Tomasi from Bryant Elementary School in Westchase held a book drive over the summer that generated 800 books for Woodbridge Elementary School in Town 'N Country
Fox 13 Tampa
Students help peers "read, repeat"
What's Right With Tampa Bay
Monday, September 25, 2016
TAMPA (FOX 13) - Two Tampa fifth-graders are hoping to change the lives of other students through books.
Chase Hartman and Vance Tomasi learned during their summer break that some kids in their community don't even own their own books. So they came up with "Read. Repeat."
Friends collect, donate hundreds of books to students
Bobby Lewis, WTSP On The Road
Monday, September 19, 2016
Two students collected more than a thousand books and gave them to other students who don't have any.
Bay News 9
Two 5th Graders Share Their Love for Reading with Less Fortunate Students
By Dalia Dangerfield, Reporter
Friday, September 16, 2016, 4:52 PM
Two Bay area 5th graders have launched an effort to get books in the hands of people who need them.
Two Mary Bryant 5th graders donated 1,400 gently used books
Chase Hartman and Vance Tomasi wanted to encourage other students to love reading as much as they do