Minneapolis Bookstore and Publisher Tours (pre-reg required)

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Friday, January 27, 2017 -
9:00am to 4:45pm
Room: 
Nicollet Ballroom Promenade

Pre-registration required. Space is limited.
Booksellers and International Guests (only) may participate in one of four tours to Minneapolis-area bookstores and publisher offices. Registration closes when the tours reach capacity.

Full-day tour– $35 pp
Half-day tour – $25 pp

SOLD OUT TOUR 1 (Full-day): Departs 9 am, Hyatt Regency
Capstone, Magers & Quinn Booksellers, Wild Rumpus Books for Young Readers, Common Good Books, Red Balloon Bookshop, SubText Books, Addendum Books, Open Book/Milkweed, Hyatt Regency

SOLD OUT TOUR 2 (Full-day): Departs 9 am, Hyatt Regency           
Coffee House Press, Moon Palace Books, Addendum Books, Daybreak Press Global Bookshop, Magers & Quinn Booksellers, Once Upon a Crime, Wild Rumpus Books for Young Readers, Open Book/Milkweed, Hyatt Regency

SOLD OUT TOUR 3 (Half-day): Departs 11:45 am, Hyatt Regency
Graywolf Press, Daybreak Press Global Bookshop, Wild Rumpus Books for Young Readers, Magers & Quinn Booksellers, Once Upon A Crime, Open Book/Milkweed

TOUR 4 (Half-day): Departs 11:45 am, Hyatt Regency
Consortium Book Sales & Distribtution, SubText Books, Common Good Books, Red Balloon Bookshop, Moon Palace Books, Open Book/Milkweed, Hyatt Regency

The order of stops may vary. Tours depart the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis from the Nicollet Promenade entrance on the Nicollet Mall. Tours will end at approximately 4:45 pm at the Hyatt Regency, with a stop beforehand at Open Book for scholarship recipients to disembark for the Meet and Greet.

Register here for bookstore and publisher tours 

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