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Better World Books hosts “Book or Boo” event at Mishawaka Warehouse
This free event is open to the community and will feature activities, Trunk or Treat and free books.
MISHAWAKA, IN, Oct. 15, 2015 – Better World Books invites the community to Book or Boo, a free Halloween event for the whole family, on October 24, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at our Mishawaka warehouse located at 55740 Currant Rd. Mishawaka, IN 46545.
Book or Boo will feature a variety of family activities including trick or treating for children, warehouse tours and hands on warehouse activities. Children and adults will also receive a free book. The open house event will begin at 2p.m. and run until 5p.m. Families are free to stop by anytime during the event to take part in the festivities. Close-toed shoes must be worn for warehouse activities and tours.
“Better World Books works to support literacy and education both global and locally,” says Dustin Holland, VP of Global Sales and Marketing for Better World Books. “By opening our warehouse for this event we are hoping to share our mission with the local community and reach out to make an impact for education in the area we call home.”
Barb Coyle, Community and Donations Coordinator for Better World Books adds, “We are hoping to provide a fun and safe place for the community to trick or treat. We hope that including books in the event will encourage both children and adults to read, which we think is the ultimate treat.”
About Better World Books
Better World Books (http://www.BetterWorldBooks.com) is a for-profit social enterprise and a global e-retailer providing products and information to socially conscious consumers. Better World Books collects and sells new and used books online matching each purchase with a donation, book for book, and with each sale generating funds for literacy initiatives in the U.S. and around the world. Since its founding in 2003, and Mishawaka, Indiana-based company has raised more than $21 million for libraries and literacy, donated 17 million books; re-used or recycled over 198 million books and achieved 44,000 tons of carbon offsets through carbon balanced shipping.