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Mitch Albom Book Signing Tour



#NBSevents Here is what is sure to be the Event of the Year for 2014!!! Bestselling author of “Tuesdays With Morrie,” “Have A Little Faith” and “The Time Keeper,” Mitch Albom (@MitchAlbom) is coming to Manila!!! Purchase a copy of his latest book “The First Phone Call from Heaven” at any National Book Store or Powerbooks store and get a chance to have any Mitch Albom book signed on February 22, 2 PM at the Glorietta Activity Center and on February 23, 2 PM at the Ayala Cebu Activity Center!


Mitch Albom Book Signing Tour 
Glorietta and Ayala Center Cebu Signing Mechanics: 


1. Every purchase of “The First Phone Call from Heaven” (TFPCFH) by Mitch Albom from National Book Store, Powerbooks, Bestsellers or National Book Store Express shall come with a Mitch Albom flyer. Please note that the flyer is not a guaranteed signing pass. 

2. There is no limit as to how many copies of TFPCFH can be purchased by a customer. 

3. On the day of the event, only guests with an original Mitch Albom flyer that came from a TFPCFH book bought at National Book Store, Powerbooks, Bestsellers or National Book Store Express, will be allowed to register. First come, first served. 

4. The book signing events shall be at the following times and dates:
• February 22, 2014, 2 p.m. / Glorietta Activity Center 
• February 23, 2014, 2 p.m. / Ayala Center Cebu 
Registration at both events will start at 10 a.m. 

5. Upon registration, customer shall get their numbered Signing Pass. 

One (1) TFPCFH book = One (1) Mitch Albom book of your choice to be signed. 

For example, if you bought three (3) copies of TFPCFH and have three (3) flyers, you may have three (3) books signed (e.g. One (1) Tuesdays with Morrie + One (1) The Five People you Meet in Heaven + One (1) The First Phone Call From Heaven). 

6. Mitch Albom will only sign books. T-shirts, DVDs, CDs and other merchandise will not be signed. There shall be no personalization of the books. 

7. There is no preset limit as to how many people can have their books signed and every effort will be made to have as many books signed as possible. However, should there be an excessive number of people, National Book Store reserves the right to limit (a) the number of people who can have their books signed or (b) the number of books each person may have signed. First come, first served. 

8. Guests may take photos during the signing session. However, we strictly allow only one photo per person.

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