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William & Mary Bookstore Plans Move to Triangle Building

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WILLIAMSBURG-College of William & Mary’s campus bookstore will relocate over the summer.

The bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble College, will move from its current site in Merchants Square to the Triangle Building on Prince George Street in June in anticipation of the fall semester.

Susan Lemerise, the store’s general manager, said the new location will provide easier access for William & Mary’s students.

“Though we know this location is a change for our customers they can be assured that no matter where we are located, we will continue to provide the same great service they have come to expect from their William & Mary Bookstore,” she said.

The new store will carry a variety of William & Mary merchandise and gifts as well as a limited selection of trade books. Textbooks will be available to purchase or rent. The new bookstore will also feature outdoor seating and free parking available to the Triangle Building merchants.

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