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Jenna Bush’s Book Signing in Denver November 5, 2007

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.
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Provided by: Rocky Mountain News/2004


 


 



“Tickets for our event, November 29 at 7:00 pm in Historic LoDo (LoDo is the Lower Historic District of Denver), with first-daughter Jenna Bush, author of Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope ($18.99) are available now, with the purchase of Ana’s Story at any Tattered Cover location.

“Ms. Bush will make a presentation and sign copies of “Ana’s Story.” She will not answer questions.

“She will sign up to three copies per ticketed guest of “Ana’s Story,” but will not personalize. She will not sign anything other than copies of “Ana’s Story.”

Photographs will be permitted from the seating area. You will not be able to take photos once you approach the signing table. Ms. Bush will not pose for photos with customers.

“PROHIBITED ITEMS LIST
Weapons
Umbrellas
Poles and Sticks
Containers of any type – bottles / cans / spray containers
Aerosols
Backpacks
Sharp and/or pointed objects, scissors / knitting needles etc.
Leatherman or similar tools
Plastic replica of weapons
Banners, signs, or placards
No unopened envelopes or packages will be permitted inside any booksigning event.

“Anyone attending the event, including media, should anticipate individual security screening prior to admittance. If an individual is found in possession of any of the prohibited items listed above, the Secret Service will not grant them admission into the event hall.

“During the security screening, guests will pass through magnetometers. This process can be accelerated if guests do not bring large bags and adhere to the prohibited items list. Personal items are subject to x-ray and hand inspections.”

Now shucks, y’all. These little rules are just because she’s so classy. You know.

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Comments»

1. Brenda - November 6, 2007

You’ve got to be pretty hard up for reading material to buy a Jenna Bush book.

2. Greg Finnegan - November 7, 2007

Sandy, too kind! Thanks.

Brenda, I know what you mean. I hear that a lot from my readers: “I was really hard up for reading material, but then I stumbled across your bog… I mean, blog.”

But I hear she’s hot, right?


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