Thursday, October 06, 2011

Sens Town Exclusive Book Offer

On the eve of the start of the Senators season, Sens Town is proud to bring the readers an exclusive offer to celebrate their 20th season. In conjuction with Penumbra Press and author Paul Kitchen, I would like to offer Sens fans with the opportunity to buy the definitive history of the original Ottawa Senators at 40% off, exclusively for Sens Town readers. As an added bonus for those of you who visit ST, the author will personally sign every book ordered through this offer.

Win, Tie, or Wrangle chronicles the early history of the Ottawa Senators and is a must read for any true Sens fan. I personally have read it after receiving it as a Christmas present a few years ago and found it very compelling and interesting. It's very well researched and extremely informative. It makes a great present for that hard to shop for Sens fan.

It also features a preface from Brian McFarlane and foreword from Senators owner Eugene Melnyk. Author Paul Kitchen also helped design the new Sens heritage jersey and is the most knowledgeable historian on the original Senators there is.

The book usually retails for $45, but through this offer, it is yours for only $27, plus it will be personally signed by author Paul Kitchen. You can't get a better deal than that ladies and gentleman. The best part is your supporting a local author and Sens Town at the same time. Do not miss out, order yours today.

To get in on this amazing special offer click here to order.

Look for Paul doing a Sens Town interview in the very near future as well.


BlueRocks said...

I got my two copies! One for me and the other for my brother as a Christmas gift.

Bonnie Brown said...

I almost pushed the order button and then saw the 9.50 shipping fee
FOR REAL?? that is a rip off!

Anonymous said...

thanks for this, getting for my hubby

Anonymous said...


A shipping charge is pretty standard. Suck it up buttercup haha

Bonnie Brown said...

I just thought 9.50 was high for one book. So... I looked and found a book my dad will look. Saved shipping, and started Christmas shopping... Better than sucking it up, I call it a win! ;)

Anonymous said...

It is a great read, neat to think about the places in Ottawa we know now and how they were a century ago when the Old Senators were playing hockey and winning Cups.