| Costume-Con 26: Adventures in the Costume Continuum |
ended on April 28, 2008
Registration information for future years is available on their respective websites:
Costume-Con 26 Program Book
About the Program BookPosted: January 24, 2008
Each paid member will receive a comprehensive program book when you arrive at the convention. This acts as a detailed guide to our programming and events during Costume-Con and as a souvenir afterwards.
You can plan your weekend with the program's help, plus learn about the people running the workshops and panels. In addition, the book will feature details about the many exhibits at CC26, and we plan to list the dealers, fan tables, and places visited on the tours.
Advertise in the Costume-Con 26 Program BookPosted: January 24, 2008
Do you sell goods or services of interest to costumers, theater technicians, or textile artists? Are you running a costumed event or a science-fiction, fantasy, or anime convention in the future? Is your organization devoted to history, dance, or wearable arts? Or do you run a San Francisco Bay Area gem that visitors should know about?
Let our mobile, savvy, diverse audience know about your business or group!
We offer reasonable rates for a variety of ad sizes. Secure your space today by emailing the Program Book Editor, Trystan L. Bass - book@ cc26.org.
Advertise in Costume-Con 26 Progress ReportsPosted: January 30, 2008
As of this date, we are planning two more Progress Reports; one will be distributed electronically and the second one by postal mail. If you are interested in advertising in either or both, please contact our PR editor Denisen at PRs@cc26.org
Advertising Rates for CC26 Progress Reports
If you are interested in the possibility of advertising in BOTH our PRs and our convention program book, be sure to copy firstname.lastname@example.org as the editors may be interested in offering a discounted rate for such a package of ads.