2010 LDSBA

The LDS Booksellers Association Trade Show is this week.

They have a Bookseller’s University on Tuesday and Wednesday, sort of a school for resellers.

The trade show/convention itself is only two days this year, Thursday and Friday.

The theme for this year is Camelot:

With origins in the 12th Century A.D., the Arthurian legends have inspired, uplifted, and encouraged people through the ages. In a time when the isle of Britain was divided and in need of a unifying force for good, a new kingdom was conceived out of the hopes of good people for a better way of life, and then born out of the valiant efforts of heroes like King Arthur, Sir Galahad, Sir Gawain, and other Knights of the Round Table—pursuing quests for the good of the whole.

I will be there. I will be the one in the pink princess dress.

Who else is going? If you take photos, e-mail them to me and I’ll post them here.

Author: LDS Publisher

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3 thoughts on “2010 LDSBA”

  1. I don't know what's wrong with me. The first thing that popped into my head was that the jouster depicted on the logo would have to be left-handed.

  2. We were there, showing the LDS community our new product, the Skripter. It was a lot of fun. Everyone was friendly and down to earth. No real business egos that I noticed. (A lot different from other trade shows I've been to) It was cool to see a community of entreprenurial people helping each other out.

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