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Graduation Fair Feb. 26-29 at BYU Bookstore

The BYU Bookstore and the BYU Alumni Association will sponsor a Graduation Fair Tuesday through Thursday, Feb. 26-28, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 29, from10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the upper level of the BYU Bookstore.

BYU graduates will have one central location for all of their graduation needs, including on-site fitting for caps and gowns, graduation announcements, diploma frames, BYU memorabilia and alumni information.Graduates are invited to enjoy free food and drinks while visiting the booths at the fair.

Herff Jones, BYU's graduation merchandise provider, will be on site to answer questions and assist with regalia purchases or rentals.

Special discount packages will be available at the Graduation Fair or on-line at www.byubookstore.com. There will be a professional photographer during cap and gown distribution, which will take place April 22-25 at the Hinckley Center, to take pictures of graduates and their families. (Infant- and child-sized caps and gowns will be available).

For more information email Marv Call, marv_call@byu.edu.

Writer: David Luker

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