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  1. I also encourage students to buy from KSL. That’s pretty much the only way to keep that money in the local economy and (bonus!) help a fellow student out. PJ’s might seem local, but is owned by a large corporation. I don’t need to tell anyone how huge Amazon is (though they do allow you to cast a wider net for buying directly from other individuals if you can’t find the book on KSL). Since the SLCC bookstore employs mostly students, that’s a less direct way of supporting your classmates as well.

  2. A person can sometimes find a used book from someone on KSL.com website — then go to books — then go to college books. Usually you can find a used book for $50 – $60

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