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New bookstore coming to Bossier City


2nd & Charles will open a new store in Bossier City on August 28 at 2001 Airline Drive, Suite 166.

As residents enter the new store they will enjoy the famous 2nd & Charles iconic Book Wall, hand-crafted from more than 4,000 hardcover books.

2nd & Charles specializes in buying and selling used books, audio books, CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray, video games, game systems, vinyl records, comic books, iPods and iPads, eReaders, and offering unique items for every shopper.

Bossier City residents will enjoy receiving cash or store credit for gently used items that they buy and sell based on the product’s condition, current inventory and popularity.

The process of selling gently used items is simply, customers wishing to sell their own used items can check them in upon entering the store. While their merchandise is processed, customers can shop the large selection of new and gently used items.  Once their order is complete, customers can choose to redeem their items for cash or store credit.

“We are focused on giving our customers a unique experience, from video games and music to bestsellers and classics,” said Eric Bishop, Vice President of 2nd & Charles. “2nd & Charles’ customers have a passion for reading, writing, listening, playing and watching.”

Beyond the everyday low prices on its merchandise, 2nd & Charles also has sale bins with items priced at $1, $2 or $3. Customers will even find baskets where books are entirely free.

“Instead of finding new ways to use books, video games, movies, music and more, we came up with the great idea of just helping people reuse them. It is a creative way to recycle, people can find something they’ll enjoy, for less,” said Rick Mallard, District Manager of 2nd & Charles. “Our inventory changes every day with over 300,000 items in stock, so Bossier City shoppers will always find something different.”

2nd & Charles has an additional Louisiana location in Covington. The Bossier City Grand Opening marks the company’s 21st location in the United States.

The new Bossier City location will hold a grand opening with free fun activities on Sept. 6 beginning at 10 a.m.

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Sean Green is managing editor of the Bossier Press-Tribune.