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Anime Weekend Atlanta 2011
2020-01-17 00:22:44
This was our first convention we had ever been to, vended at, and sponsored! We went as Otaku no Baka. We went primarily as a cosplay vendor with a lot of Bleach cosplays. We learned a lot about running our private retail company and met a lot of great people. Road/Vending Crew of HERETICPRIME, Jennifer Rossiter Strength, Jeffrey Wade, and Nicholas Bray.
We got so many great pictures at this con! The sad thing is that the pictures are low res, as it was 2011 and most low to mid range priced phones did not have great high res cameras, yet. If you want to see more pics, check out our Gallery. We have lots of awesome pics from different conventions and events.
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