Possible Baltimore toy show

Discussion in 'Transformers Conventions and Get Togethers' started by King_Grimlock, Jan 4, 2006.

  1. King_Grimlock

    King_Grimlock Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys and gals. I have been considering running a toy show in the fall in the baltimore area. I am interested in hearing if any fans off of the boards would be interested in attending or setting up for it. Nothing is finalized but I would really like to do it if there is support.

    It wouldn't be anything huge, maybe 40-50 tables at some easily accessible venue near the pasadena/Glen Burnie area.

    If you are interested in this, let me know what you would like to see at the show. What type of things you look for in one, and maybe how you come to find out about them.

    Thanks for any feedback :) 
     
  2. King Starscream

    King Starscream <b><font color=blue>The Royal Seeker</font></b> Veteran

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    *raises hand for attendance*
     
  3. Trailbreaker77

    Trailbreaker77 Veteran TFW2005 Supporter

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    I would try to attend I am very, very busy right now with work. I also am not familar with the Balitmore County area. :) 
     
  4. gen1fan

    gen1fan G1 PRIME FROM VA TFW2005 Supporter

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    let me know what up with a show, may ever set up, U think early fall ?
     
  5. cjs229

    cjs229 Alt Whisperer

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    Yes, Please! It's very disappointing to go to every convention and just see one or two guys selling... Although it was kinda nice telling the guys from Penny Arcade that their web comic has all of the cohesiveness of Elmer's Paste after it has been eaten...
     

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