escape on how much any staff contributes to a convention they love to
build and hold for the eager fans. But how do they show that service
for the numerous fans who continue to come to AX? Below are some
examples on what makes the experience a little bit more positive beyond
the already very positive weekend.
| Dreams do come true at AX, and this year's highlighted donations really wowed the crowds throughout the day and the night at the Masquerade. Through the charitable contributions of AX sponsors and Starlight Foundation, Omar Brown, a young survivor of sickle-cell
anemia, received a pile of videos and DVDs from AD Vision, 200 anime
videos and DVDs from Bandai Entertainment, a DVD player from SunCoast
Video, and a whopping load of Tenchi Muyou anime
and other goodies packed into a gift basket from Pioneer Entertainment
complete with a stage hug from a bunch of Tenchi Muyou cosplayers!
And not far behind were the SPJA Industry awards for numerous popular
anime and manga highlights as well as various Anime Expo awards for many
contests held throughout the weekend.
|Missing in action? Or just missing the action? Info Desk had two areas strategically set up in high traffic areas (Exhibit Hall and Registration) to point wayward attendees in the right direction towards the big events and various attractions around the convention site.|
|Parties! Lots of 'em posted on the Info Kiosk.||Info Desk also handed out free AX fortune cookies. That's right, complete with anime fortunes inside.|
|Merchandise, get yer merchandise! T-shirts from AX2001 and AX2001 were in stock with new art by new and old Guests of Honor.|
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