The results are in, and we’re happy to announce and congratulate the libraries that participated in the OverDrive Challenge and increased circulation in the month of June by 25% or more from their previous best month on record.

25%-49% increase:

  • Brown Library
  • Hyannis Public Library
  • Aurora Public Library
  • Lockport Public Library
  • Meaford Library
  • Selwyn Library
  • Grey Highlands Library
  • Seekonk Library
  • Moore Memorial Public Library
  • Monash Public Library Service
  • Speer Memorial Library
  • St. Albert Public Library
  • Massanutten Regional Library
  • Yukon Public Libraries
  • Westmoreland eBook Network
  • Medway Council
  • Monterey County Free Libraries
  • Geelong Regional Library
  • Nassau County Public Library
  • Shasta Public Libraries
  • Lake County Library System
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
  • Mid North Coast Library Service
  • Apache County Library District
  • Municipal Library Consortium of St. Louis County
  • Union County Public Library
  • County of Brant Public Library
  • Markham Public Library
  • Anderson County Library
  • Central Rappahannock Regional Library
  • Jeffersonville Township Public Library
  • Lake County Public Library
  • Download and Go

50%+ increase:

  • Hempstead County Library
  • Hancock County Library System
  • Town of Los Gatos Public Library
  • Corona Public Library
  • Beaver County Library System
  • Downey City Library
  • Elkhart Public Library
  • Holroyd City Council Libraries
  • York County Library
  • Ajax Public Library
  • Watsonville Public Library
  • Grace A. Dow Memorial Library
  • Bartholomew County Public Library
  • York Libraries
  • City of Santa Clarita Public Library
  • Anaheim Public Library
  • North Texas Independent Digital Consortium
  • Lafourche Parish Public Library
  • Rotherham Libraries

A big congratulations goes out to our grand prize winner, Rotherham Libraries in the United Kingdom, for increasing circulation well over 100% – more than any other library that participated.

Finally, we’re happy to announce that Debbie S. from Kansas City Public Library is the winner drawn at random of a Google Nexus tablet.

While not everyone who signed up for the OverDrive Challenge hit the 25% goal or higher, many libraries had their highest circulating month ever during June. We’d like to congratulate everyone who participated in the OverDrive Challenge and wish you continued success with the growth of your digital library checkouts.

Next week in the blog we’ll feature some of the unique strategies used to boost circulation from our winning libraries. Looking for ways to raise awareness of your digital collection? Make sure to visit the Partner Portal for free marketing and training resources, available 24/7.

 

Melissa Marin is a Marketing Specialist at OverDrive.

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