Wizard World Philadelphia 2014 has passed and fun was had by all! Most of the photos and my convention review are after the jump.
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Wizard World Philadelphia 2014 Photos
My Experience as a Vendor
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My experience as a Wizard World exhibitor has been good so far. I exhibit in Artist’s Alley and the photos you see in this post are taken from my table. I normally do pretty well and this year was about the same as last year. I honestly wish that the table fees were more affordable for the vendors, but there are other conventions I’d have to travel to in order to make a larger profit. Since I’m local to the Philadelphia area, I really want to be able to exhibit in a place where I don’t have to worry about lodging expenses. Wizard World Philly is also my best way to stay connected to my friends who also attend & exhibit at the show. Besides Facebook, of course! 😛
After this past weekend’s convention, I have decided that I will continue to exhibit at conventions that are at the same capacity (or smaller) as Wizard World. I don’t know if I’ll exhibit with them again because of the rising table prices. Also, most of my friends are going to San Diego Comic Con and NYCC this year and I feel I always miss out a little bit for not going. Conventions that are as huge as SDCC & NYCC may give me a panic attack! I’m happy to exhibit from New York City to Washington, DC as long as it’s not too stressful. I’ve been thinking about doing Heroes Con, Mega Con, or Florida Super Con next year since my friends LOVE those conventions. So why not give it a shot?