Manager Of Princeton Barnes & Noble Says Brick-and-mortar Bookstores Are Here To Stay
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December 16, 2013


Analysts say bookstores are an industry in decline, constantly ceding ground to e-readers and online marketplaces — in other words, Amazon — but the manager of the brand new Barnes & Noble in Princeton Market Fair sees things differently.

The internet cannot serve book lovers when they want to browse the aisles, consult a bookseller or pull a novel off a shelf and look through it, store manager Kerrie DelGreco said, and the new store will help make the in-store experience better.

Barnes & Noble is not new to the area. In September, the company closed down its long-standing store on...

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