Coming out of my 1-year retirement for a comeback sale/clearout of my collection. Got my spot for Thursday, wait listed for Friday. Are we looking at a full utilization of the hall this year?
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Quote from: Zelyhon on May 15, 2018, 06:05:41 PM
The first batch of Waitlisted people should have received an e-mail from me a few days ago with instructions on completing their registration. If you are still waitlisted, I will be letting the next batch through to process their registration in a couple days, assuming there are still spaces left (Which, at this rate, there likely will be, but no guarantees).
Quote from: AkaiSenkou on April 11, 2018, 02:03:49 AM
A main question that I have would be if dollys/hand trucks are allowed to bring stuff in to the swap meet hall. Every year, we are told that it is not allowed but people still get to bring stuff in with them. I want to know since this year my friend would be having less help with the items than previous years. And if you were wondering, we were part of the group that had boxes of things but no dollys, so we want to know what the policy is for this year. Thanks
Quote from: kill3rsushi on April 11, 2018, 11:42:06 AM
Hello! I'd like to know if there's a target date for Swap Meet registration to go live/how much notice you think we'll have before it goes live. I've missed out for a few years now due to being out of the loop and I'd like to make sure I have a shot this year. Thank you!
Quote from: Ecchi ja Nai on May 05, 2017, 01:59:44 PM
In the future, do you think we could get a little more than an hour's heads-up? I check these boards pretty regularly but don't use any social media, so I was pretty lucky I caught reg opening up as soon after it went live as I did.
Edit: Read over the last part of my comment that was previously here and thought I came across a bit sarcastic, especially given what I mentioned above. Wasn't my intention for it to sound that way.
Quote from: aetherltd on April 05, 2015, 10:52:37 PM
Come over and visit Clockwork Alchemy! We have tea!
CA has a lot going on, more than last year. There's a lot to do; martial arts, airship races, LARPs, fashion show, musicians... It's a change of pace from Fanime. There's a free shuttle bus and registration covers both Fanime and CA.
Quote from: queeniesloth on March 22, 2015, 11:53:14 AM
This new spot sounds amazing and I love the times!
Like many others have said; hopefully no linecon--but this time I (and a few friends) will be selling instead of buying.
I was wondering if it's possible to put four people on the seller's agreement/seller's permit? That way two of us can work the first night then the other two work the second night.
QuoteThe problem with holding swap meet any earlier is conflict with Dealers hall hours. I don't know the specifics, but my general understanding is that if dealers Hall is open, swap meet can't be. Thus, it takes place on. Day 0 (dealers hall still closed) and starting at 7:30 PM Friday (once dealers hall is closed).
QuoteFor the most part, I'd say 90% of sellers came with all of their proper paperwork and weren't in violation of any rules that Decantus set out in the numerous emails he sent to sellers. I understand it can be frustrating when a policy that has seemingly been "overlooked" in previous years is enforced suddenly and strictly (see: not using hand-trucks/dollys), but again, these rules often come from the venue and violation of them could jeopardize our ability to continue using said venue for future events. Of course, once we start enforcing these policies consistency is key in order to avoid any semblance of favoritism, as well as preserving fairness for all involved.