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Voters get discount on books today

Voting is an important way to mark our democratic freedoms -- and today, it could save you a few bucks.

The Daedalus Books outlet store, which lies between Baltimore and Washington, is offering a one-day, 10 percent discount to shoppers who wear an "I Voted" sticker.

In Daedulus' words: Vote - Wear - Save. Another incentive for casting your ballot. 

The outlet store is located at 9645 Gerwig Lane in Columbia. Phone: (410) 309-2730.

 

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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