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24 Apr

Spring Forum Coming Up in NAIBA Region

The Spring Forum in Baltimore, Maryland, will feature an open forum discussion plus the new education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without.”

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10 Apr

Spring Forums Coming Up in MIBA, GLIBA Regions

Each Spring Forum event in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Indianapolis, Indiana, will feature an open forum discussion plus the new education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without.”

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29 Mar

Spring Forums Coming Up in NEIBA, MPIBA Regions

Each Spring Forum event in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Golden, Colorado, will feature an open forum discussion plus the new education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without.”

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25 Mar

Spring Forums Coming Up in MPIBA, PNBA Regions

Each spring forum event in New Braunfels and Portland will feature an open forum discussion of industry issues plus the new education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without.”

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19 Mar

Spring Forums Coming Up in SCIBA, NCIBA Regions

Each spring forum event in Pasadena and San Francisco will feature an open forum discussion of industry issues plus the new education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without.”

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20 Feb

Join ABA for the 2019 Spring Bookseller Forums

At the forums, ABA will present the education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without” in addition to a general discussion about industry issues.

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06 Feb

ABA Announces Bookseller Forums Spring 2019 Schedule

At the forums, ABA will present the education session “ABACUS and Pre-Orders: Two Programs You Can’t Do Without” in addition to a general discussion about industry issues.

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12 Apr

Spring Forums Coming Up in MIBA, MPIBA Regions

The Spring Forums, featuring the ABA education session “A Year of Bookstore Profitability,” will be held April 23 in St. Louis, Missouri, and April 25 in Evergreen, Colorado.

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06 Apr

Spring Forums Coming Up in NEIBA, GLIBA Regions

The Spring Forums, featuring the ABA education session “A Year of Bookstore Profitability,” will be held April 12 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and April 17 in Detroit, Michigan.

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24 Mar

ABA Forums Head to West Coast

Between March 31 and April 4, ABA will be hosting Spring Forums in North Hollywood and San Francisco, California, and Portland, Oregon. ABA members and non-members are invited to attend the forums.

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17 Mar

Spring Forums This Month in Massachusetts, New York, and California

Between now and the end of the month, ABA will be hosting Spring Forums in Cambridge, Massachusetts; White Plains, New York; and North Hollywood, California.

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13 Mar

ABA Spring Forum in NEIBA Region on March 24

Booksellers in the New England Independent Booksellers Association region — ABA members and non-members alike — are invited to attend a Spring Forum program in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on March 24.

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08 Mar

Booksellers to Discuss Industry Issues at March 22 Forum in Denver

All booksellers, ABA members and nonmembers alike, are invited to join ABA CEO Oren Teicher and Senior Program Officer Joy Dallanegra-Sanger at a Spring Forum in Denver, Colorado, on March 22.

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08 Mar

Spring Forum Education Handout Now on BookWeb

ABA has compiled booksellers’ ideas from Winter Institute’s Bookseller Discussion Groups in a handout aimed at helping booksellers address the current political/social climate in their communities.

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01 Mar

A Letter From ABA CEO Oren Teicher

ABA’s CEO invites booksellers to attend an upcoming Spring Forum and explains that, in addition to the traditional open forum discussion, each will feature an education session that is a significant departure from past programming.

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