Nashville, TN – As libraries develop and create collections to meet the needs of the patrons and communities they serve, more systems, including Fort Vancouver Regional Library District, are selecting Ingram Content Group for its comprehensive library supply solutions.
"Fort Vancouver is a large library system and we pride ourselves on the diversity of our collections and local programming support," said Melinda Chesbro, Content Management Director for Fort Vancouver Regional Library District. "It's important for us to work with leaders in library supply to meet the needs of our patrons, and, with Ingram, we have access to the relevant resources and solutions to do that."
Ingram Content Group has been named the primary vendor of adult fiction print materials for the 13-library Fort Vancouver Regional Library District. With over 2 million visitors annually, patrons have access to staff assistance, the Internet, world-class research databases, and a collection that includes more than 800,000 items.
"We are pleased to support Fort Vancouver Library District as its primary adult fiction content supplier," said Rich Rosy, Vice President and General Manager, Ingram Library Services. "At Ingram, we will continue to invest in and develop the newest and smartest tools, and the comprehensive content selection that libraries need to best serve the public of today and tomorrow."
Ingram continues to grow the number of large public library systems it works with in North America. Ingram's library services division also supplies materials to the Chicago Public Library with more than 70 branches, the New York Public Library and its 87 branches, the Denver Public Library and its 24 branches, the Dallas Public Library and its 28 branches, and most recently the Columbus Metropolitan Library System.
About Fort Vancouver Regional Library District
Established in 1950, Fort Vancouver Regional Library District (FVRL) provides a vast range of information and cultural services to more than 443,000 Southwest and South Central Washington citizens in Clark, Skamania and Klickitat Counties, and the city of Woodland and Yale Valley Library District in Cowlitz County. FVRL provides library services through a Web site at www.fvrl.org, telephone information services, 24/7 online help, outreach programs, and 13 community libraries: Battle Ground, Cascade Park, Goldendale, La Center, North Bonneville, Ridgefield, Stevenson, Three Creeks, Vancouver (main), Vancouver Mall, Washougal, White Salmon Valley and Woodland. For more information visit www.fvrl.org
Ingram Content Group Inc. provides a broad range of physical and digital services to the book industry. Ingram's operating units are Ingram Book Company, Lightning Source Inc., Vital Source Technologies, Inc., Ingram Periodicals Inc., Ingram International Inc., Ingram Library Services Inc., Spring Arbor Distributors Inc., Ingram Publisher Services Inc., Tennessee Book Company LLC, and Coutts Information Services. For more information, visit www.ingramcontent.com