Scholastic Opens Retail Store

Sherber, Anne
March 2001
Billboard;03/24/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 12, p59
Trade Publication
Reports that children's book and media publisher and distributor Scholastic has opened its first retail store. Location of the store in the company's lower Manhattan headquarters; How the store's product mix is limited to items that promote learning and creativity; Plans for the store to host special events.


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