Joseph-Beth Booksellers Corporate Office - Corporate Offices & Headquarters

Joseph-Beth Booksellers Corporate Office

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Joseph-Beth Booksellers Corporate Office Address

Joseph-Beth Booksellers, LLC
1727 Eastern Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

Contact Joseph-Beth Booksellers

Phone Number: (513) 396-8960
Fax Number: (513) 412-5713
Website: http://www.josephbeth.com/Landing.aspx
Email: Email Joseph-Beth Booksellers

Executives

CEO: Mark Wilson
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Joseph-Beth Booksellers History

Joseph-Beth Booksellers was founded in 1986 in Lexington, Kentucky, by Neil Joseph and Mary Beth Van Uum. The company name is derived from their middle names combined. The company is an independent bookstore, currently, with 4 locations.

In 1997, the company acquired 4 David-Kidd Book Stores. The company expanded to a total of 9 locations before filing for bankruptcy in 2010. Four locations were sold at auction in 2011, the others liquidated. The current CEO, Mark Wilson, is the former COO of Joseph-Beth.

Mark Wilson has stated he intends to make numerous changes to keep the company profitable, including personally reading each email sent by customers, to adding plenty of kiosks, both manned and self service, so customers do not have to wait in long lines for service. The company has also expanded their eCommerce site.

Joseph-Beth Booksellers introduced a coffee bar in 2014 and has plans for expansion, although no firm date has been set.

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Elizabeth Reinhart October 8, 2017 at 6:45 pm

I am very upset that I purchased VIP tickets to see Joey Graceffa on Oct.5th and when we got there. There was no actual VIP seats we waited for almost 2 hours to be seated where ever we found a spot. I bought these tickets as a Birthday present for my Daughter who is a fan of Mr. Graceffa only to have the whole experience be horrible and rushed. We along with 200 plus other people waited hours to do the meet and greet whuch was actually a rush and take a quick picture with Joey. I felt bad for him as he was sick and trying his best to keep up with the mass amounts of people. You should not sell VIP tickets without letting people know there is no actual VIP. I have health isdues where standing for long periods of timecauses me great pain. Thus another reason we bought the VIP tickets. I truly hope not all locations do this to the people hoping to actually meet the Author.

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