Books-A-Million Launches Tornado Relief Campaign with The Salvation Army
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Books-A-Million, Inc. (Nasdaq/NM: BAMM) today announced that it will collect donations to support The Salvation Army's tornado relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma. Customers will be able to make donations at all Books-A-Million's 253 locations, as well as through the company's website at www.booksamillion.com.
"Through the generosity of our customers and associates, Books-A-Million has often aided The Salvation Army's disaster relief. The terrible tragedy in Oklahoma will once again place additional demands on their resources," said Terrance G. Finley, President and Chief Executive Officer at Books-A-Million Inc. "We believe our staff and our customers want to help, and we know there is no better way to contribute than to support the efforts of The Salvation Army."
Books-A-Million customers and associates have a long tradition of aiding The Salvation Army's efforts. Since 2005, over $1,400,000 has been donated to The Salvation Army during Books-A-Million's annual holiday drives and also in the aftermath of natural disasters throughout the United States and the world.
About Books-A-Million, Inc
Books-A-Million is one of the nation's leading book retailers and sells on the Internet at www.booksamillion.com. The Company presently operates more than 253 stores in 33 states and the District of Columbia. The Company operates large superstores under the names Books-A-Million, BAM!, Books & Co. and 2nd & Charles and traditional bookstores operating under the name Bookland and Books-A-Million. The common stock of Books-A-Million, Inc. is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol BAMM. For more information, visit the company's website at www.booksamillioninc.com.
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