NACS Undertakes Consciousness Raising Among Faculty to Boost College Textbook Sales

March 2003
Educational Marketer;3/31/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on a campaign initiated by the National Association of College Stores in an effort to get more college students to buy textbooks.


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