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06 Apr

Stacy Mitchell to Present Plenary at BEA on the New Localism Challenge: Bookseller Discussion Groups Follow

Booksellers at BEA are encouraged to join Stacy Mitchell, a nationally recognized expert on small business and healthy local economies, for an insightful plenary talk about the evolution of localism from primarily a consumer movement to one that also includes policy development and political change.

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02 Mar

Winter Institute’s New Localism Sessions Now on Video

Booksellers can now watch videos of three Winter Institute 11 sessions on the New Localism movement: “Amazon and Empty Storefronts,” “City Growth and Downtown Math,” and “The New Localism.”

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24 Feb

New Localism Toolkit Coming Next Week

ABA will release a New Localism toolkit next week to help booksellers both educate community members and elected officials about the latest relevant data regarding the localism movement and better advocate in support of public policy that promotes vibrant and diverse communities.

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17 Feb

A Report on the ABA Board’s January 2016 Meeting

The American Booksellers Association’s Board of Directors met on January 21–22, 2016, in Denver, Colorado, just prior to the 11th Winter Institute.

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29 Oct

ABA Bylaws Change Passes

An amendment to the Bylaws of the American Booksellers Association that will increase the number of Board members from 10 to 11 was approved by the membership in a vote that concluded on Monday, October 26.

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15 Oct

A Report on the September Meeting of ABA’s Board of Directors

The American Booksellers Association’s Board of Directors met from September 26 – 28, 2015, in Denver, Colorado, and over the course of the meeting worked on a number of issues of concern to members.

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06 Aug

A Report on the July 2015 ABA Board Meeting

The ABA Board of Directors worked on a range of issues during its summer meeting, held last month in Denver, Colorado, the host city for next year’s Winter Institute.

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10 Jun

A Report on the May 2015 ABA Board Meeting

The American Booksellers Association’s Board of Directors met on May 25 –26, 2015, in New York City, just prior to the start of BookExpo America to work on a range of issues. 

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01 Jul

Still Time to Submit Data to ABACUS Survey

While today is the deadline for ABACUS-14, bookstores that begin their submissions today — or that have not yet finished submitting their store’s information — will have until midnight (Pacific) on Tuesday, July 7, to finalize their submissions.

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25 Jun

Domnitz Scholarship to Winter Institute 11 Open to ABACUS Reporting Stores

ABA will award the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to attend Winter Institute 11 to the owner or an employee of a bookstore that submits its 2014 financial data to the ABACUS-14 survey before the July 1 deadline.

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