Started by Dajoo, March 31, 2014, 12:37:31 AM
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Quote from: Admiral Donuts on March 31, 2014, 12:55:14 AMThis is probably my favourite Fanime 2014 announcement so far.Is there a limit on how long you can store items? Like, overnight?
Quote from: HaiChristie on April 20, 2014, 11:48:46 PMOmg this makes me really happy.Would it be ok to store bigger props and such? One of my cosplays has a big prop and I know it'd be a hassle simply walking around with it so it'd be nice to just leave it somewhere safe when I want to relax/don't want to be all sorts of in the wall in the dealers hall haha
Quote from: JCS on July 03, 2014, 06:40:51 PMItems check is great concept. I didn't get to find it though. Though good thing I did not need to find it. Particularly for those who carpooled or ridden transit in or stay at a offsite hotel which requires a bus or light rail ride. Though I had an experience that would like to bring to concern. I had to volunteer at dance halls to fulfill my volunteer hours on the night before the last day, I had difficultly getting to where I was supposed to be as I had a bag of necessities which included gum and liquids which is barred from the no outside food or drink rule to keep the floors clean. "Japanese dance floor hygiene standards" ha ha So I could not get to where I was supposed to go to volunteer therefore I waited outside to see what can I do since I did not have a car and even if I know items check exists it's already shut down for the night and won't do me any good. Thankfully a staff member let me in saying it's ok to the TSA style bag checkers and clocked me in for volunteer hours so I was able to volunteer for my hours. I see on another post about how a formal items check inside convention center would rely on unionized staff. Though I wonder since there are already a number of staff and volunteers sitting at tables outside the dance hall it couldn't hurt to have a informal name tag box/cobby system to leave props, jackets, bags, backpacks, food, etc temporarily in boxes or cubbies until one leaves the dance floor giving the tag back to claim their items it would make things much better for those who don't have the luxury of an onsite hotel room, or car parked in the onsite garage. Some people cannot just throw away food or liquids because they would need it afterwards as they would be hungry and thirsty after dance and they would not be able to buy as everything is closed at such a late hour. So if the formal items check cannot be moved to Hilton or open as late as dance closing this idea should be offered as an alternative. That's my two cents.
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