The Fehsenfelds Buy Nicola's
Schuler's owners plan no changes
From the August, 2014 issue
Nicola Rooney wasn't happy last February when Publishers Weekly reported she was looking to sell her bookstore. She had been trying to sell Nicola's Books quietly and hadn't yet told her employees. But according to Emily Stavrou, promotions coordinator at Grand Rapids-based Schuler Books, the article tipped Schuler's owners Bill and Cecile Fehsenfeld that the store was for sale; they started talking to Rooney about a purchase, and the store will officially change hands in mid-August.
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