Joel Sheldon

majority owner and Chair at Vroman’s

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Last month, the majority owner and chairman of the bookstore asked customers to buy gift cards and start their holiday shopping early to keep the store afloat.

Vroman’s bookstore survived the 1918 pandemic and World Wars. COVID-19 is its toughest challenge

Last month, the majority owner and chairman of the bookstore asked customers to buy gift cards and start their holiday shopping early to keep the store afloat.

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