Marcia Selsor on wed 14 dec 05
I believe vendors are only allowed two or three passes and then must
buy additional ones.
On Dec 14, 2005, at 6:44 PM, Jeremy/Bonnie Hellman wrote:
> Your husband might want to go to the web site section on
> volunteering, which
> I believe gives the volunteer a pass at least for the day. There
> may also be
> vendors who might want him to help, which would also give him entrance
> without paying. The downside is that it takes time to be a
> volunteer or a
> worker, and NCECA doesn't last all that long.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "logan johnson"
> Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 1:00 AM
> Subject: NCECA early Reg: my FREAK OUT dance
>> Hi Gang,
>> O.K. it's my turn to freak out . Since this will be my first time
>> at bat
>> (so to speak) How do I drag my (non member) hubby through the
>> zillions of
>> rows at the convention center? Do I have to get him a day pass for
>> day or is there some type of discount? Money didn't bloom on our
>> tree this
>> year so I'm looking for every discount I can get. I didn't see
>> about the subject of spouses on the reg. form arrrrrrrrrggggg!!!!
>> anybody have the answer for me?
>> Also, what size object do I bring to the mug exchange? ( ? tall X ?
>> wide ) my coffee cups range from 4 1/2"(t) X 4 1/2"(w) including
>> handle to a "slightly" oversized 10"-11"(t) X 25-ish(w) inches.
>> Saucer not
>> Thanks too much!!!!
>> Logan Johnson Audeo Studios
>> "Carpe Argillam!!"
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