Lee's Summit home to newest independent bookstore
READER’S WORLD LEE’S SUMMIT 983 NE Rice Rd. Lee’s Summit, MO 64086 Phone (816) 246-7323 Fax (816) 246-7325
Press Release Contact: Christian Apodaca Phone: (816) 246-7323
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 16, 2012
READER’S WORLD BOOKSTORE OPEN IN LEE’S SUMMIT
LEE’S SUMMIT, MO, NOVEMBER 16, 2012:
Reader’s World of Lee’s Summit is now open at 983 NE Rice Rd. in Lee’s Summit, MO. The store is owned by Cowley Distribution, Inc. of Jefferson City, MO. The general manager, Christian Apodaca, has 16 years of experience in the book industry, and all employees are experienced booksellers. The store carries new books for every age and interest, magazines, toys, games, and many gifts. The top ten ficton/nonfiction titles on the New York Times Bestseller list are always 25% off.
Reader’s World offers two discount programs: •Paperback Book Club which is free to join and gives a 10% discount off all paperback books.
•Teacher’s Appreciation Program which is also free to join and provides a 15% discount on personal purchases and a 25% discount off classroom purchases.
UPCOMING EVENTS AT READER’S WORLD: •Holiday book drive to benefit Kansas City’s Operation Breakthrough, a child care center dedicated to educational enrichment for disadvantaged children, ages 6 months to 13 years of age.
•Black Friday cookbook giveaway for the first 100 customers in the store.
Contact: Christian Apodaca, Phone (816)246-7323
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