The Space Needle: Symbol of Seattle

The Space Needle: Symbol of Seattle

by Robert Spector
     
 

The historical book on the Landmark tower chronicles its World's Fair debut in 1962 to the $20 million revitalization completed last year. This book contains more than 75 photos, sketches and drawings of the Space Needle and, along with the detailed story of the tower, includes a "facts and figures" chapter that features interesting and even some obscure pieces of

Overview

The historical book on the Landmark tower chronicles its World's Fair debut in 1962 to the $20 million revitalization completed last year. This book contains more than 75 photos, sketches and drawings of the Space Needle and, along with the detailed story of the tower, includes a "facts and figures" chapter that features interesting and even some obscure pieces of information about Seattle's famous icon. The Space Needle: Symbol of Seattle will be unveiled on Sunday April 21, exactly 40 years to the day after the Space Needle opened in 1962. On Sunday, Spector will be at the base of the Space Needle inside the SpaceBase gift shop signing copies of this 90-page book.

Robert Spector is a Seattle-based business writer and speaker. He is the author of corporate histories of an eclectic array of companies, including Fredrick & Nelson, Eddie Bauer and Frango Chocolates. In addition to his new book, "Anytime, Anywhere: How the Best Bricks-and-Clicks Businesses Deliver Seamless Service to Their Customers," Spector is best known for "The Nordstrom Way: The Inside Story of America's #1 Customer Service Company."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780971908406
Publisher:
Documentary Media LLC
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
883,145
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 12.18(h) x 0.30(d)

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