Event tickets are available at Changing Hands Bookstore or at 480.730.0205.
Event tickets (free with book purchase) will be called alphabetically to fill seats one hour before the event, and will also be used to form the booksigning line. Seats cannot be guaranteed for late arrivals.
If available, extra seating opens to the general public (those without tickets) fifteen minutes before the event starts, and limited standing room is available. If seating and standing fill up, you can still meet the author and get your book signed during the meet-and-greet after the presentation.
gary vaynerchuk READING | Q & A | BOOKSIGNING
The Thank You Economy
7pm WEDNESDAY, march 16
New York Times bestselling author Gary Vaynerchuk (Crush It!) and host of the smash hit video blog Wine Library TV visits with his book, The Thank You Economy.
Vaynerchuk is a 36-year-old entrepreneur who grew his family wine business from $4 million to $60 million in five years. In The Thank You Economy, he shows how individuals and brands that "out-care" and "out-love" their competition see the biggest returns. Vaynerchuk dissects leading companies, showing how they are succeeding—and sometimes failing.
The world of business is coming full circle. The rise of the Internet and the empowerment of the common consumer has created a fundamental shift in how businesses are expected to behave.
To take advantage of this opportunity, businesses will need to look backwards and scale the caring their grandparents' businesses exhibited towards their customers or watch their competition pass them by.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Gary Vaynerchuk is the Director of Operations at the Wine Library, located in Springfield, NJ. He has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Ellen and has been featured in GQ, Men’s Health, and the New York Times. He was also the youngest retailer ever to receive Market Watch magazine’s prestigious Leader award in 2003, at age 28. He lives in New York City.
PLEASE NOTE: Event tickets are free when you purchase The Thank You Economy from Changing Hands. (Tickets good for two seats.)