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Mailing / Waiting List What has changed / What is changing

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 07:12 AM

The original Mailing list for the 2010 Event has changed/edited, since it is the new year.
It has been split/edited into two lists, the waiting list, and everyone who got in.

If you want to be added to the Waiting List, please go fill out the waiting list request form. It is the same form that people filled out to be in the alley/show. If you don't have a badge number, for the request form just enter any old message for me or say waiting list.
If you send me an email request to be added to the mailing list, now that the alley is full, I will just mark it as read and move on to the next email in my inbox, without doing anything (please follow the set-up we have).

If you got into the Alley/Show, you are in our database and you will be kept up to date on anything AA/AS that changes or might be helpful.


Now you may ask, "Phil, what happens to my email if I didn't get in and I am not on the waiting list?"
Well, we do not keep it attached to any mailing list associated with the AA/AS. This is because if people are no longer interested in receiving updates, they do not have to email back saying 'remove me' or having to delete every single email I send out.
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