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juise15

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Report this Sep. 20 2006, 12:57 am

Well I am working on getting a hospitality room together for next year.  Those of use who want to get involved should send me a message on here.  The idea is to get a place to hang out, watch episodes, laugh with your friends, play some old games, and just enjoy the day.

Athaena28

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Report this Sep. 20 2006, 9:44 am

I had to buy a sweatshirt it was so cold.

I agree, there should be after hours parties that are free or a nominal fee (say $10.00)

My pics aren't the greatest either.  It's just too dark in the theater to take good ones.

Loved all the celebs.  That was definitely the highlight -- getting so many together.  But how 'bout giving each 1 hour & not just 50 or so minutes.

JacksJam

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Report this Oct. 03 2006, 6:43 pm

Quote (WAnglais1 @ Aug. 29 2006, 9:17 am)
Creation is all about the money, sure. ¿That angers me, but if you look around there are some other cons that are reasonably priced. ¿I drove from Charlotte, NC to Valley Forge, PA in 05 for a con that featured all the Next Gen cast, with the exception of Mr. Stewart. ¿There were other folks there, too. ¿$25 to get in for two days and $20 a signature. ¿I managed to get that black and white Next Gen cast pic from "Entertainment Weekly" signed by everyone, even "Old Baldy" as Mr. Frakes calls him.

Wow! 25 bucks! How big was the venue? Where were your seats?

JacksJam

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Report this Oct. 03 2006, 6:45 pm

Quote (juise15 @ Aug. 29 2006, 7:57 pm)
well I would of course try to bring stuff to the other side of America. ¿Creation told me they had no interest in coming here (Louisiana, Texas area) and it sucks.

Where do you live? What other conventions do you usually attend besides Vegas? Which celebrities do you like the most?

WAnglais1

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Report this Oct. 04 2006, 9:34 am

Quote (JimmyTone @ Oct. 03 2006, 6:43 pm)
Quote (WAnglais1 @ Aug. 29 2006, 9:17 am)
Creation is all about the money, sure. ?That angers me, but if you look around there are some other cons that are reasonably priced. ?I drove from Charlotte, NC to Valley Forge, PA in 05 for a con that featured all the Next Gen cast, with the exception of Mr. Stewart. ?There were other folks there, too. ?$25 to get in for two days and $20 a signature. ?I managed to get that black and white Next Gen cast pic from "Entertainment Weekly" signed by everyone, even "Old Baldy" as Mr. Frakes calls him.

Wow! 25 bucks! How big was the venue? Where were your seats?

It was at a hotel, in one of the big meeting areas.  My memory fails me.  There is one every other year, so 2007 it'll happen again.  The seating was open, and it was very informal and loose in its' structure.  There were plenty of dealers and the actors all were in a great mood.  The Next Gen people hadn't seen each other since the last movie.  They all played around a lot and had a ton of fun.

Alan Ruck stood behind me in the lunch line and was so nice to everyone who approached him.  He's just the kindest person.

JacksJam

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Report this Oct. 04 2006, 9:47 am

Quote (WAnglais1 @ Oct. 04 2006, 9:34 am)
Quote (JimmyTone @ Oct. 03 2006, 6:43 pm)
Quote (WAnglais1 @ Aug. 29 2006, 9:17 am)
Creation is all about the money, sure. ?That angers me, but if you look around there are some other cons that are reasonably priced. ?I drove from Charlotte, NC to Valley Forge, PA in 05 for a con that featured all the Next Gen cast, with the exception of Mr. Stewart. ?There were other folks there, too. ?$25 to get in for two days and $20 a signature. ?I managed to get that black and white Next Gen cast pic from "Entertainment Weekly" signed by everyone, even "Old Baldy" as Mr. Frakes calls him.

Wow! 25 bucks! How big was the venue? Where were your seats?

It was at a hotel, in one of the big meeting areas. ¿My memory fails me. ¿There is one every other year, so 2007 it'll happen again. ¿The seating was open, and it was very informal and loose in its' structure. ¿There were plenty of dealers and the actors all were in a great mood. ¿The Next Gen people hadn't seen each other since the last movie. ¿They all played around a lot and had a ton of fun.

Alan Ruck stood behind me in the lunch line and was so nice to everyone who approached him. ¿He's just the kindest person.

Were all the seats just $25? I'm just curious how they could afford to bring all the TNG cast in for such low ticket prices. How many fans were there? What company promotes this con? Are you for sure they're having another of this type in 2007? Thanks.

WAnglais1

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Report this Oct. 05 2006, 12:47 pm

Quote (JimmyTone @ Oct. 04 2006, 9:47 am)
Quote (WAnglais1 @ Oct. 04 2006, 9:34 am)
Quote (JimmyTone @ Oct. 03 2006, 6:43 pm)
Quote (WAnglais1 @ Aug. 29 2006, 9:17 am)
Creation is all about the money, sure. ?That angers me, but if you look around there are some other cons that are reasonably priced. ?I drove from Charlotte, NC to Valley Forge, PA in 05 for a con that featured all the Next Gen cast, with the exception of Mr. Stewart. ?There were other folks there, too. ?$25 to get in for two days and $20 a signature. ?I managed to get that black and white Next Gen cast pic from "Entertainment Weekly" signed by everyone, even "Old Baldy" as Mr. Frakes calls him.

Wow! 25 bucks! How big was the venue? Where were your seats?

It was at a hotel, in one of the big meeting areas. ?My memory fails me. ?There is one every other year, so 2007 it'll happen again. ?The seating was open, and it was very informal and loose in its' structure. ?There were plenty of dealers and the actors all were in a great mood. ?The Next Gen people hadn't seen each other since the last movie. ?They all played around a lot and had a ton of fun.

Alan Ruck stood behind me in the lunch line and was so nice to everyone who approached him. ?He's just the kindest person.

Were all the seats just $25? I'm just curious how they could afford to bring all the TNG cast in for such low ticket prices. How many fans were there? What company promotes this con? Are you for sure they're having another of this type in 2007? Thanks.

Yes, it was $25 to get in...and autographs were $20 each, as many as you wanted.

The company was B L Productions. ?

That's all I know for sure. ?And they do it every other year. ?Some type of autograph/sci-fi deal. ?They have a website, but it's down now.

There were several hundred people there. ¿I don't have a headcount, since I drove all night to get there and walked around in a funk all day.

Here's a link to the report on Trek Nation: http://www.treknation.com/articles/valley_forge_autograph_show.shtml

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