Troll takes book fair operation West by adding Missouri unit

September 1999
Book Publishing Report;09/27/99, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Troll Communications' acquisition of Creative Book Fairs from Cowley Distributing Inc. Financial problems that Troll had faced in the past; Successful turnaround of Troll; Number of book industry events organized by Creative Book Fairs annually.


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