Gov. Palin will be in Columbus, OH tomorrow for book signing
Posted by Dr. Fay on November 12, 2013
Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page on Monday (photo and comment):
It will be great to be back in the Buckeye State on Wednesday! I look forward to visiting with friends old and new as we kick off a new week on the road. #GoodTidingsAndGreatJoy
Devin Stevens is reporting from the event on his blog, Devin on Demand:
Governor Sarah Palin sets off on another national book tour today, this time for her new Christmas book, “Good Tidings and Great Joy.” I left Adrian last night just as the snow started falling, – er, blowing – embarking on a three hour journey to Columbus, Ohio, the site of Governor Palin’s second book tour stop, tomorrow afternoon. I arrived at about 9:00 last night and am staying with a former co-worker who just recently moved to the area. Convenient, huh?
This morning I traveled about half an hour to the Barnes & Noble at Polaris Fashion Center, the site of tomorrow’s book signing, to get my book – and one for a friend – and wristband, ensuring my spot in line tomorrow morning. The book became available at 9:00, and at 9:15 I was the 22nd person to get a prized wristband.
I returned to the store after lunch to find that the signing area had been set up, which hadn’t been done this morning. As I write, sitting in the cafe just a few feet from the signing area, the excitement within me is building. I look forward to “meeting” Governor Palin again and sharing with her a special purely Michigan set of gifts that I’ve brought along for her. The governor will be in Grand Rapids tomorrow evening, immediately following the signing here in Columbus, and I look forward to sending her off, being the first to welcome her to the state she considers her “mini Alaska,” as she truly does have a great love and appreciation for Michigan.
I look forward to sharing my experiences with you tomorrow, but in the meantime, here are some details for those wanting to attend the signing:
EVENT DETAILS:Barnes & Noble
Polaris Fashion Center
1560 Polaris Parkway
Columbus, Ohio 43240
To receive a wristband you must purchase a copy of Good Tidings and Great Joy at a Barnes & Noble store or online at http://www.bn.com and present a receipt. Each wristband (person) can have up to 4 books signed by the governor. The signing begins at 12:00pm, on Wednesday, November 13, and attendees will be called to line-up in accordance with the number on their wristband. The first 100 will, obviously, be called to line-up first and will begin lining up at 11:15, according to a store representative.