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Monday, 29 November 2010 20:22
Jindal to Make Book Tour Stop, After Palin, In Baton Rouge
 

Governor is on the book tour road but this time it is not California or Washington DC or Fox News.

It is within his own confines..Baton Rouge.

He will be making a book tour pit stop at the same location as perhaps one of his Republican competitors, Sarah Palin.{sidebar id=4}  

Here is the from his Publishing Company, Regenry.

"Governor Bobby Jindal is coming to a bookstore near you Sunday, December 5th, to sign copies of his blockbuster new book, Leadership and Crisis.

In Leadership and Crisis, the Governor divulges never-before-published details about not only the oil spill, but the Obama administration's incompetent handling of it.

Jindal also reveals his own inspiring story and how he has dealt with other crises of our times, from Hurricane Katrina to out-of-control spending in Washington, D.C.

And now you can get your own autographed copy of Leadership and Crisis!

Governor Jindal will be signing books at the following time and location:
• Where: Barnes & Noble Corporate Woods
• Address: 2590 CitiPlace Court, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
• When: Sunday, December 5, 2010
• Time: 3:00pm
Filled with behind-the-scenes stories from the oil-slicked marshes of Louisiana to the corridors of power in the U.S. Capitol, Leadership and Crisis offers an insider's view into one of the largest environmental disasters in the world—and into one of the most unique American success stories in politics."

Palin made an appearnce Monday in Metairie at the Barnes and Nobles.  A crowd assembled at the book store on Sunday to get a signed book from Palin.  According to the AP, "Alaska’s former governor also has scheduled an 11 a.m. stop in Baton Rouge the next day for a signing at Books-a-Million on Towne Center Blvd."

 

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