Booksale goes online
Bookstore Booksale is now online, allowing customers to browse titles without having to spend hours in between their shelves, according to a report by GMA News.
Available titles and other items such as school and office supplies are posted by branch on its Facebook page, along with contact numbers of store managers for easier communication.
Buyers can arrange for store pickup or delivery via courier service, as has been the norm in many retail companies amid the community quarantine.
Aside from Booksale, Fully Booked and Biblio have also opened their "virtual shelves" so book lovers can discover their next great read while staying safe at home.
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