More than 800 people filled the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Columbus Saturday for an opportunity to have Glenn Beck sign copes of his new book, "The Christmas Sweater".
Beck, a popular syndicated talk show host and author, stopped in Columbus to sign books for an hour as part of a 50 city, six-week-long book signing tour.
Several people were already in line when the store opened Saturday morning, with one man reportedly waiting when store employees arrived at 7am to begin their workday.
The store had already sold all copies of Beck's book before he arrived for the signing, but were resupplied with a few hundred more copies by Beck's team when they arrived Saturday afternoon.
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Beck's stop in Columbus was one of five scheduled around the southeast Saturday.