They thought we were nuts,
They thought we were crazy.
“You’re way too old,” they said.
“But definitely not lazy!”
We had no books, no sense, and no shelves,
But luckily we didn’t have to do it all ourselves.
A dream and an angel named Nina took form,
And the Used Book Emporium was born.
Five years later and we are still here,
Busier than ever–no need to fear.
With our loyal customers and surrounded by books,
We’re celebrating our new location and all it’s fun nooks!
Thanks to you, our customers and friends, we are celebrating you with 30% off all books with the exception of our Rare and Old Book section. Friday, March 1, is our actual anniversary date and we will be serving cake and City Brew coffee on that day. Come celebrate the savings, the fun and Meesha will be waiting for you. If you haven’t checked out our new location at 8492 Huffine Lane, now is the time to do it! We are open Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and Saturdays from 10 to 4.
Do you want to save a lot of money this Christmas? Shop the Used Book Emporium’s huge collection of used books for Christmas gifts. So many of our used books look like they have never been opened. Others have wonderful inscriptions in beautiful handwriting (becoming a lost art). It is also a good time to check out our new location at 8492 Huffine Lane. Our customers are loving it!
It’s Black Friday, Small Business Saturday AND the grand re-opening of the Used Book Emporium in our new location at 8492 Huffine Lane. Our new signs have been installed so we are easy to find. And to celebrate, it is 30% off all used books Friday and Saturday. Thanks to all who helped with the move, built shelves and spent hours sorting and alphabetizing. We are still a work in progress! Open Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and Saturdays from 10 to 4.
Thanks to some incredible people, everything will be moved to the new location by the end of the day, but it is a mess.We are having some phone problems but hope to get that corrected today. We do have internet so you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about books, etc. Our new address is 8492 Huffine Lane, in the barn with the paintbrush on the end and right next to the new Mountain Hot Tub location being built. It will be a lot of search and find for a while but come out and see us!
The Used Book Emporium is getting ready to move! The new location will be a little bigger and a little brighter. To facilitate the move we are having a moving sale so we won’t have so many books to move. So it will be 30% off all books until moving day! Come on in and share in our excitement as we prepare for the move! We are open Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and Saturdays from 10 to 4.
To celebrate the birth of our country, the Used Book Emporium is having a sale, starting on Tuesday, June 26 and ending on Tuesday, July 3, as we will be closed on the fourth. 25% off all books with the exception of our $3 book cart. Now is the time to stock up for summer and vacation reading. We have books for all ages and interests and we have a good selection of audio books. We are open Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and on Saturdays from 10 to 4. Come on out and see us. Meesha is waiting!
Meesha will be 12 years old on Friday, April 20! To celebrate, we are giving everyone 25% off all books from Tuesday, April 17 through Saturday, April 21. Come give Meesha some birthday love and pick up books for spring reading. There might even be birthday treats on Friday! We are open Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and Saturday from 10 to 4.
“And to all the readers, I want to say: Think before you click. That convenience of the online giant is fine sometimes, sure, but it also is well worth your time–trudging out in the rain and the snow–to the store in your town. The relationship among readers, writers, publishers, independent booksellers is vital today, in an era in which it’s more important than ever to support community. And when you think about all the ways in which an independent bookstore has impacted your life, don’t forget: We are as important to them as they are for us.”