Dear Loyal Friends of DOWNTOWN BOOKS AND NEWS, Malaprop’s sister store,
We thank you for the generous support you’ve shown via online and phone orders since we closed our sales floor last week. It’s been very hard on all of us, and we miss your faces!
The Buncombe County Stay Home/Stay Safe directive is meant to keep us all safe. At Downtown Books & News, we are dedicated to everyone’s health and safety. With that in mind, we have a lot to offer our customers. We are open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Curbside service is still available, and we are also taking phone orders. Book buying is suspended until further notice.
Newspapers such as Asheville Citizen-Times, Charlotte Observer, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Barron’s continue to arrive each day, as do magazines.
We also offer thematic book bundles and gift certificates.
Call us at 828-253-8654 or email us at email@example.com if you have an order or a question. We will have a skeletal crew practicing CDC guidelines and doing their best to get our stock to you.
Check out our online biblio shop, which you can access at: https://www.biblio.com/bookseller_info.php?d=45
Because of patrons like you, we know we will be able to weather this and come out the other side with elbow bumps all around.
Visit us on Instagram and Facebook for ongoing fun!
Please visit our website www.dbnbooks.com to get the latest information on our hours and available services.
Stay home, stay safe, and stay well-read,
Julian and the DBN Team
Tags: bookstore, downtown asheville, news, reading, wnc bookstore
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