Friday, May 3, 2013

Announcing Christmas Comic Con 2 (C3-2) Sun., Dec. 1, 2013!


CON ON! Mike E Media Promotions Inc. (in partnership with St. Clair College) proudly present the return of last year’s most-colorful and exciting all-ages event – this time BIGGER and BETTER than ever! That’s right! You asked for it – you got it! Hot on the heels of the 2012 smash success that was the Merry Comic Book Christmas Con comes . . . 

CHRISTMAS COMIC CON 2 (C3-2)
Sunday, Dec. 1. 2013
@ St. Clair Centre for the Arts

. . . featuring almost THREE-TIMES THE SQUARE FOOTAGE as last year’s show – all inside Windsor’s PREMIERE convention location – with all the activities you loved and THEN SOME!

A GIGANTIC dealers area! 
A host of VERY special comic book industry GUESTS!
Huge VIDEO SCREEN playing superhero movies and cartoons! 
All ages ART contest! 
COLORING contest for the kids! 
A live BAND performing your favorite superhero themes!
Full CONCESSIONS and dining area! 
SANTA CLAUS!
And of course . . . the return of our popular COSPLAY COSTUME CONTEST!

All inside the floor-to-ceiling glass fa├žade of the Canadian Club Ballroom overlooking the picturesque Detroit Skyline!

MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW SOON – including several HUGE ANNOUNCEMENTS!

SPREAD THE WORD – AND CHECK BACK OFTEN! 

CHRISTMAS COMIC CON 2 is COMING – BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE!

FOLLOW THE FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE, HERE!! www.facebook.com/events/445448955539015


On a personal note, this simply wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for the overwhelming support that our inaugural show received last year – both in terms of the more than 1,400 attendees (both big and small!) who crammed into the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 594 – as well as from countless media outlets that provided both post and pre-show coverage, including CBC-TV, CTV-Windsor, CBC-Radio, AM-800, Cogeco Cable, Windsor This Week, The LaSalle Post, St. Clair College’s MediaPlex News, TGT Media and Metroland Media. 

Moreover, the day itself couldn’t have even functioned without the generous support from my family and friends (who graciously staffed the show) as well as my special guests, all of who all took a chance on agreeing to be part of Windsor’s first comic book convention in more than 20 years. I will forever be indebted to all of these fine folks. 

I am very proud to bring you this convention once again and would like to thank Mr. John Fairley and St. Clair College for their partnership in making Christmas Comic Con 2 (C3-2) a reality.