Monday, December 26, 2011

May late 2011 foretell a great 2012

In the spirit of reflection, we look back on why 2011 was such a landmark year at Green Apple Books.

Was it:
We certainly tried to evolve without losing our heart and soul--a fine selection of quality new and used books in all subject areas. Because no matter what we do, it takes a few hundred people coming in the door and buying books each day to keep Green Apple alive.

So thank you, readers of San Francisco and beyond. Thanks for keeping Green Apple not just around, but vibrant. Like I said in February when the first round of Borders closings were announced, no one should shop at Green Apple out of charity or pity, but because we offer you something you want. You mold the retail landscape with every purchase; vote wisely.

In 2012, we have a few more tricks up our sleeve, including a majorly cool machine. We can't wait to see you in 2012 (starting with free coffee on New Year's Day--open 11am to 7pm).

Until then, thanks, as always, for reading!


Sydney said...

One of my favorite things about 2011 that completely changed my year: realizing that Green Apple closes at's perfect!! You finish dinner, maybe go get some dessert, then realize, "I need a new book to read." Ta da! There you are!!

Thanks for being cheap and wonderful and open late Green Apple! Have a great new year!

Juliette said...

I agree with Sydney (above) also I love getting new (but already read) books and a deep discount. But mostly, I LOVE the selectio better than anybody anywhere anytime.