Palm Beach, FL, April 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- While the world is moving to electronic versions of everything, Lakay Publishing is resisting the urge. In the age of tablets, Nooks and Kindles, the Palm Beach based publishing company specializing in How To books continues to sell its books in print. The physical books which are often sold online are mailed to buyers using the United States Postal Service and generally reach the buyer in an average 3 days depending on how close buyers are to Florida. Lakay representatives site several reasons for continuing on in this manner.
The company states that its books are not made for just reading and setting aside. They are to be read, reviewed, highlighted, dog-eared, and tabbed, with pages folded and notes in the margins. When you get one of these books they are intended to be used as a guide, not one more book in a library. One reader recently tweeted “@DrJudiC Doc, this book is my companion” in reference to her book Six Months to Doctor, and that is the goal for every book that is sold- That the buyer will read it and keep it as a continuous reference.
In addition, representatives of the company believe that they are doing their part to support the local economy by using printed book. With every book being printed in Florida, they are supporting Florida businesses and the residents they employ. The cost of producing every book stays in Florida to be reinvested in our economy and Floridians.
USPS is used for shipping both to keep the shipping costs lower for the buyers as well as to support this struggling American establishment. Even if shipping one book does not make much of a difference, shipping every copy becomes more impactful.
“We don’t believe and are certainly not trying to fix everything that is going on by ourselves. We just know that every drop contributes to filling the bucket, and each small act is a drop that we are adding to resolving these issues our communities are facing.”
Thank you for your interest in Lakay Publishing. Interview opportunities are available through the month of April. Please call 561-375-8342 for scheduling.