Deadline coming for FanCon book

It's last call to get an ad for your business or organization into the official Northern FanCon book.

"Monday is the deadline to book an ad in the Northern FanCon fifth anniversary special edition trade paperback," said Norm Coyne, the main organizer of the annual pop-culture festival that has, over its first four years, transformed the city's tourism industry, sparked a local film industry and cosplay industry, boosted the local art sector, stimulated the retail sector, and brought the world's attention to our city in ways that could never have happened any other way.

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It was also a lot of fun for thousands of fans to get to meet in person celebrities like William Shatner, Karl Urban, Tia Carrere, Sean Astin, Denise Crosby, and many, many more.

"If you have not heard, this legacy book will feature exclusive articles on the effect FanCon has had on our region, photo gallery of guests, attendees, vendors through the years, celebrity testimonials, original art from this year's star artists, and more," Coyne said.

For information on rates, and how to make your mark in this commemorative keepsake book, contact Coyne at 250-640-6670 on or before Monday.

Northern FanCon's fifth anniversary edition happens at CN Centre on May 3-5.

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