Nothing beats the smell of books. Maze Books is a new and used bookstore that opened this year in downtown Rockford. Most titles are under $5 and used children's books are only a buck! He carries a wide range of genres and has a section for local authors as well as rare titles. If you're a reader and love local, then Maze Books is your place to go.
The family friendly concept store offers over 16,000 square feet of shopping space, a more convenient location to donate, new customer experiences such as an in-store used bookstore and media center, and will be home to mission programs that help individuals with barriers find meaningful employment.
\"This store is completely different than any of our other stores. It's number 12 and it's the largest by far. I mean that's the first thing you'll notice but we also have book store which is also a media room. It has books, CDs, video games,\" explained Senior PR and Marketing Manager of Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois Shannon Harper. \"We have a place that you can sit down in the book store and browse through the books. We have a community room that's free for non-profits or other organizations to us.\"
One of the Midwest's largest new & used book stores. 14,000 sq. ft. sales floor, 200,000 Books, New & Used, Paperback, Hardcover, Remainders, Victorian Memorabilia, Domestic & International Mail Order.
Media Play was a chain of retail stores founded in 1992 by Musicland that sold VHS, DVDs, music, electronics, toys, video games, anime, books, and board games similar to Hastings Entertainment, 2nd and Charles, and Half Price Books. Each store contained full book, movie, music, and video game sections under one roof. At their height, they operated 72 stores in 19 states with 2,000 employees. The first store opened in Rockford, Illinois, in 1992. Hundreds of stores were slated to be opened, but only 89 ever were. Media Play opened stores from 1992 to 2000.
In 2001, Musicland was purchased by Best Buy Co. Inc. for $696 million as part of its initiative to diversify its retail holdings to reach a larger demographic with its consumer electronics and entertainment products. By then, Musicland numbered over 1300 stores. Their intention was to transform Sam Goody into a destination for young people looking for hip electronics. They launched a major remerchandising campaign and converted Musicland's On Cue concept of rural stores to the Sam Goody brand, reducing its position in books and moving more into video games and DVD.
We also offer a price-match program at our campus store for course materials, including used books, with Amazon and Barnes and Noble online stores. The difference in price is provided on a store gift card that can then be used toward other course material or supply purchases.
If an inmate does not have money on the books for medical or dental services, it can be taken from their commissary account when a deposit is made or the balance owed can be collected upon their next incarceration. No inmate is refused medical or dental services for an inability to pay, but inmates pay, if able, prior to receiving commissary items.
Donations to the LibraryThe library accepts donations of new and used books, and audiovisual materials. The items may be used to enhance the library collection or to provide inventory for the Library Foundation Book Sale.
Schedule a Free Donation Pickup Find a Donation Drop-Off Location Donate Your Vehicle 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) When you donate goods to The Salvation Army, those items are then sold at our thrift stores and the proceeds are used to fund our Adult Rehabilitation Centers, where those struggling with drugs and alcohol find help, hope, and a second chance at life. Commonly Donated Items 153554b96e