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Chronicle Books Warehouse Sale!

May 15, 2014

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2014 Chronicle Books Spring Warehouse Sale
Exclusively at Chronicle Books Corporate Headquarters (680 Second Street, SF)
– Thursday, May 15, 2014 | 9 am to 7 pm
– Friday, May 16, 2014 | 9 am to 7 pm
– Saturday, May 17, 2014 | 10 am to 4 pm

It’s that time of the year!  Make sure to check out the Chronicle Books Warehouse SALE!

Awesome place to find great deals and gifts!

Chronicle Books Fall Warehouse Sale

October 24, 2013

IMG_2595It’s another Chronicle Books Warehouse Sale!

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ABL checked it out yesterday and picked up a few cool stuff.

Including The Art of Star Wars : 100 Collectible Post Cards

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Great place to find stocking stuffers and gifts as the holiday creeps up.

Also RSVP on Facebook for the raffle.

Don’t forget to add things up first and smart shop!

Chronicle Books 2013 Warehouse Sale Prize Pack

August 17, 2013

IMG_3263After attending the 2013 Chronicle Books 65% off Warehouse Sale, ABL got a call.  She was told she won a prize pack…YAY!

It arrived yesterday.

It wasn’t packed properly so the poster was ruined however ABL did get a bag and a free book, “F, in exams“.  It’s really hilarious!  A compilation of real answers from tests.

Here are a few…

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andmariahYou can’t really say you’ll never win unless you try!

Chronicle Books 2013 Warehouse Sale

August 2, 2013

Chronicle Books Warehouse Sale

Last Day is today August 2, 2013 9AM – 7PM
IMG_2208ABL managed to find some great postcard and card deals.

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Great place to find deals for yourself or for gift giving.

Chronicle Books is a San Francisco-based American publisher of books for adults and children.

The company was established in 1968 by Phelps Dewey, an executive with Chronicle Publishing Company, then-publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle.[1] In 1999 it was bought by Nion McEvoy, great-grandson of M. H. de Young, founder of the Chronicle, from other family members who were selling off the company’s assets. [1] At the time Chronicle Books had a staff of 130 and published 300 books per year, with a catalog of more than 1,000 books. In 2000 McEvoy set up the McEvoy Group as a holding Company.[2] In 2006 the McEvoy Group purchased Spin Magazine in connection with the owners of San Francisco’s 7×7 Magazine and California Home+Design.

Source : Wikipedia