Posted 23 August 2011 - 04:02 PM
I had a question about AA badges.
I know that I must still purchase a regular badge and NOT mail it to my house. Will there be a separate badge pick-up line for AA badges? And will we be able to pick them up on the Thursday before the con?
Second, I will be having a friend or two sitting at the table with me. They will be in charge of watching it during my absence. I know they do not have to pay the table fee, as I will be doing so, but do they need to get an AA badge as well? If so, they should also not mail the badge to the house and instead pick it up at the con, correct?
Thank you very much!
Posted 23 August 2011 - 05:10 PM
Yes, as far as I know, like last year there will be a separate pick-up line for AA badges. As far as I know, you will also be able to pick them up Thursday before the convention (as again, as has been the case at previous ACens).
As for the second part, yes, your tablemates need to get an AA badge as well, and yes, they will have to pick it up at the con. Don't worry, we have a process for this sort of thing. Again, as far as I know, all policies are subject to change (but you will be informed if they do) by Exhibit Space, etc., etc.
Posted 24 August 2011 - 10:25 AM
myspace, facebook, youtube, and photobucket links are on my about me page.
ACEN cosplays.. time to plan plan plan.
I go to and staff many cons. Let's have a blast!
Posted 24 August 2011 - 04:30 PM
And I am on the list, Warhammer! I sent an email to the account, but since I hadn't received a reply figured I'd try posting in the forum.
Posted 14 October 2011 - 11:02 PM
Send me an email using one of the emails in my signature, and I will make it happen.
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