Hello world! When I first saw this I didn't believe it either, but you can actually sell back the books your college bookstore will not take back. The organization is called Belltower Books and they buy back your old books. In its Information Section of the website, Belltower Books says; "Belltower Books was founded by two Cornell students to give fellow students a way to sell all of their textbooks conveniently. As students ourselves, we grew tired of book buy-backs that wouldn't buy all of our texts. As Cornellians, we didn't want to fight hills or snow or exams when selling our books. Now, with Belltower Books, students can turn their old textbooks into quick cash with NO EFFORT!" And now the Northern based organization is here in the AUC. With groups on Facebook, and workers on campus this is defiantly a college students dream. Did I forget to mention, once you schedule an appointment with them, they will come to you and give cash on the spot. I know a lot of y'all are still holding on to books that your various bookstores would not accept back, and they're collecting dust. so TBTA has the official link to Belltower Books. Cash in your books today!!!!
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
This past weekend the Harajuku Barbie Nicki Minaj celebrated her birthday here in Atlanta. Friday night Nicki and Trina shut down Studio 72 in Atlanta, calling all Barbies and Kens to join them. Doors opened at 11:00 and we partied until 5am. The Black Tie Affair was defiantly in the building to party with Nicki and Trina. There were even surprised guest like Terrance J, Soulja Boy, and Rasheeda. This was the place to be this weekend. In case you missed it. TBTA has official pics from Friday night. Happy Birthday to all the Sags from The Black Tie Affair.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Today marks the official World AIDS Day. This epidemic has tainted communities for almost 2 generations. Across the world, their will be different rallies and events taking place. Here at The Black Tie Affair, we give our support to those who suffer from this deadly disease, as well as send special condolences to those that lost the battle with AIDS. Make sure you all practice safe sex, Its better to be SAFE than SORRY. As a whole, we can all stop this disaster from killing our brothers and sisters. So wear your red ribbons, or some form of red to show you support.