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I know, not earth-shattering news, but since I blogged on this awhile ago I thought I’d share the update about her December 6th stop in Sioux City during her Going Rogue book tour.

Via Bret Hayworth:

We have word late this morning that the Dec. 6 booksigning event for 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has been moved up an hour to a noon start. That means the opening to receive a wristband to get lined up for a copy of “Going Rogue” has also moved up from 7 a.m. to 6 a.m., reports Alisha Karr of the Sioux City Barnes & Noble Booksellers, who has been good to work with in event run-up.

And as a reminder… here’s the location:

Barnes & Noble
Southern Hills Mall
4400 Sergeant Road
Sioux City, IA 51106


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And the rules:

  • An original Barnes & Nobel or bn.com sales receipt for Going Rogue must be presented in order to receive the wristband.
  • You must be present in person to receive the wristband.
  • A Maximum of 2 copies of Going Rogue per person will be signed at the event.
  • No posed photos with Palin (though they do have a photographer with them and you could possibly end up in one of those photos).
  • No personalization of signings of the books, Palin will be providing only an autograph (though I’ve heard she’s been known to fudge on that rule from time to time).

You need to call the store for updates or additional information at (712) 276-5515.

Anybody from the Des Moines area planning on going?

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4 comments
  1. hope you get bunches to go with you to pass the time!
    First Iowa, then up tp Minnesota and the Mall of America!!!! YEA!!

    Myron

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