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QuoteDedication: Every program book ever produced for an anime convention has always paid tribute to the convention staff and guests. This one is no exception. The Fanime Con staff feels, however, that it is important that a tribute should be paid to another important group of people that take part in anime conventions: the fans. An anime convention occurs when a group of people are willing to give a part of themselves to accomplish something that is larger than each individual person and also, somehow, ends up being larger than everything everyone puts into it. Anime conventions teach us two and two can equal more than four. Most program guides focus mainly on staff and the efforts these people have put forth to make the convention possible. This is a worthy thing: the only material benefit they gain from all their hard work and care is their name on a line in the program book. On a deeper level, staff get a feeling of personal satisfaction; they can look back at the con and say â€œI was part of that. I helped to make that happen.â€ Itâ€™s what makes all their previous trials and tribulations simply melt away. Even more important, though, the staff of a convention are allowed to share in the convention experience. The happiest kind of experience to look back on is one youâ€™ve shared with other people. We all have our private moments of triumph or tragedy, happiness or heartache, but these emotions are more meaningful when other people are there to share them with us. Guests can come to a convention, relate some of their past experiences, and enrich us with them. Somehow, being with others makes good things even better and bad things easier to get through. Itâ€™s the sharing of an experience that makes it special, not the experience itself. Fanime Con is special for the staff because they are sharing it with their fellow fans. The name of this convention, Fanime Con, pays tribute to you, the fan. Fanime Con was started by fans for the fans. Our name was chosen because the convention staff realizes that without you, none of this is worth doing. The whole world of anime would mean nothing if there was no one else around to watch it with, to believe i it, to share it with. Thatâ€™s why there will always be anime conventions: there is an endless supply of new experiences to share, new memories to gather. What could be more important than sharing the beauty of anime with other people? Without everyone being able to share in this together, two and two would only equal four, just as it always does in the world outside anime conventions. So from everyone on the Fanime Con staff: Thank You for letting us share your convention.The Cast and Crew of Fanime Con 98
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