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You can help rename NNU’s bookstore!

June 3, 2014, 1:56 pm
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NNU has recently announced a contract with MBS Direct, an online wholesaler that will provide textbook services for NNU’s academic needs. Click here to read about the new process and its benefits for our students.

With the shift, NNU’s on-campus bookstore is getting a makeover and we need your help in picking a name to reflect the transformation. Suggest a new University store name for a chance to win a $200 gift card to the new store!

To Enter:
Submit a name that reflects the University store’s new role of supplier of academic supplies, trade books, collegiate apparel and gift items. The individual whose submission is selected by the naming committee will receive a $200 gift card to the new University store.

Send your name submission(s) to bookstore@nnu.edu by midnight (MDT) Friday, June 6. Late submissions may not be eligible for contest entry. Entry should include your first and last name and connection with NNU (alumni, current or prospective student, employee etc.) This information will not be used in determining a winner. Limit three name submissions per person. The individual with the winning submission will be notified and the store name announced publicly in the month of June.


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