Costco plans on selling copies of The Illustrated Torah at select stores later this month. Neal Warnick of the Seattle-based Wholesale Solutions, which brokered the deal, said: "It deserves to be in Costco. They know their membership base and have therefore chosen it to reach those consumers who otherwise may not have the opportunity to consider it for purchase."

I guess this means that the Torah has truly arrived.

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