Your Badge is on the Way!
Posted January 31, 2007
The first tier badges have been mailed! If you’ve already registered, you will soon have in your possession one beautiful letter containing information about check in, programming, convention features, and….your Altonimbus Membership Badge. This PVC card will be your entry pass to the Kumoricon Convention. (A picture of a sample card will be posted later this week.)
The registration list has also been updated. Just a note – only the first tier badges have been mailed. If you ordered after Dec. 31st, 2006, you willÂ receive your badge with the next mailout, shortly after April 10th, 2007.
If you do NOT receive your badge by Saturday, February 3rd, please contact email@example.com. Use the words “Badge not received” in the subject line for faster service.
General Meeting Schedule for the Year
Posted January 29, 2007
All of the general meetings until Kumoricon 2007 have now been tentatively scheduled, including the February general meeting.
The February general meeting will be in or near Eugene, OR on Saturday, February 10. The exact location will be determined shortly.
Here are the future meetings for 2007:
- March 10 â€“ Salem
- April 13-15 â€“ Staff retreat â€“ Location TBD
- May 20 â€“ Salem
- June 16 â€“ Vancouver Hilton and Convention Center (post updated on May 21 to reflect location change (formerly in Salem))
- July 15 â€“ Vancouver Hilton and Convention Center
- August 11 â€“ Vancouver Hilton and Convention Center
- August 25 (weekend before the con) â€“ Vancouver Hilton and Convention Center
All general meetings are from 2pm to 5pm. The meetings have been entered into the calendar displayed on the right sidebar and on the calendar page.
All meetings, except for the staff retreat, are open to the public.
To the Registrants Asked for More Info
Posted January 14, 2007
Those of you who registered during the first tier were in fact asked to supply additional information. Our ISP does not allow bulk mailing from kumoricon.org addresses. (We tried, really. ) Rather than writing over 100 emails separately, I used my personal account to send out the requests. If you do not reply with the missing information, your badge will not be processed. I personally apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the birthdate/ emergency contact information requested is vital to proper registration.
Those of you who are still leery of replying, please send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is our first year mailing out badges, and our first year not requiring Convention Guardians. We really appreciate your patience as we smooth out the bumps in our registration process. In the end, you will be able to walk through the door with a simply flash of your badge and ID.
The registration form is now correct, so this only affects those who received an email. Again, I thank you for your assistance and patience.
Posted January 1, 2007
Happy new year! Kumoricon would like to thank the 108 people who registered in the first tier price range! This tier garnered 55 registrants last year. Today begins a new tier, so member registrations now run $30 until April 30, 2007.
The first tier registrants can look forward to seeing their new badges in the next few weeks, as we complete the printing and mail them to their expectant owners. The list of registrants is now available in the Registration tab.
We hope for the best for you and yours in the year to come.