Cosplayers and Anime Fans Wanted for Cosplay-a-thon in Irving, Tx anounced on 2006-03-01 00:29COSPLAYERS AND ANIME FANS WANTED FOR COSPLAY-A-THON GO! IN IRVING, TEXAS
DENTON, TX - February 28, 2006 – The organizers of “Cosplay-A-Thon Go!”, a unique night of anime, pizza, cosplaying and socializing, are seeking additional cosplay and anime fans from the Texas area to attend this event.
Set for the evening of Friday, March 24 at the renowned Crystal’s Pizza Restaurant in Irving, “Cosplay-A-Thon Go!” is open to cosplayers and non-cosplayers alike. The event kicks off at 10:00 PM and continues until 6:00 AM the next day. The $15.00 charge includes game tokens, a pizza buffet for the first two hours, and free fountain drinks for the remainder of the event.
Mu Epsilon Kappa, the official Anime club of the University of North Texas, along with the Dallas-Fort Worth Cosplay Society and the Sweet Tea Gothic Lolitas, will host various video and cosplay events throughout the night in the multi-level restaurant, and SkyPirate will be taking cosplay photographs that will be posted on the Internet.
“Cosplay-A-Thon Go!” is limited to a maximum of 100 attendees, with a 50-person minimum. As of February 28th, the minimum attendance number has not been reached. The event risks cancellation if there are not enough signups by March 17.
“’Cosplay-A-Thon’ will have something for everyone,” said Britt Myer, president of Mu Epsilon Kappa. “Our goal is to provide a night of excitement for anime and gamer fans alike. It will be like a mini-con, but you won’t have to worry about spending hundreds of dollars for the hotel or the dealer’s room!”
The $15.00 registration fee can be paid via PayPal or by check. For more information, visit the official website of “Cosplay-A-Thon Go!” at http://www.skypirate.net/cosplayathon/index.php.
ABOUT SKYPIRATE: With many years of professional photography under his belt, SkyPirate (http://www.skypirate.net/) has become one of the top cosplay photographers in Texas. He makes no profit from his work.
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