After 18 years, Concordia Publishing House’s annual Warehouse Sale — most recently held under a tent on the publisher’s parking lot in St. Louis — will go online, allowing customers to shop via the Internet.
“At Concordia Publishing House, we serve customers from coast to coast and around the world,” explained CEO Dr. Bruce G. Kintz. “We want to offer the same great value that is provided to our local customers at the Warehouse Sale to all of our customers, no matter where they live.”
The online Warehouse Sale is set for Nov. 3-10 at cph.org.
Local customers may still visit an on-site Warehouse Sale Nov. 7-8 in CPH’s bookstore and lobby (3558 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, MO 63118). They also will have the option of free in-store pickup for orders placed online.
In addition to those November sales, CPH is offering special values to customers year-round through “Not Quite Perfect” products on its website. These special values — on products that may have slight imperfections, such as a “dog-eared” page or a dent — will be offered in limited quantities and the items featured will change frequently.
To view and order the Not Quite Perfect products, visit cph.org/notquiteperfect.
Posted Sept. 24, 2014