We'll be passing this year.
Looks like fun though.
I'm might try to go! They have some major haunts they're going to tour and I wouldn't mind checking them out.
I was planning on going this year but with the date being so close to Hauntcon it is impossible to do back to back shows one week apart. You would think there would be lessons to be learned after what happened to Haunt-X & TW.
If the timing is better next year you see us there in 2009! These dates will not be good for either show, just hope it makes another year.
Well it did kinda spring up a bit late in the planning stages but I do think its a market you can't ignore. I think they're only charging like $200 bucks for a booth, hardly seems like they're charging anything but an amount that says "YO VENDOR COME ON DOWN"!
I think this shows up your alley. I know they only have two booths left and then they're sold out.
We considered this show, but at this point a 9 hour drive for a unestablished event was a iffy at best risk for us. Booth space was definitely affordable, and Appreciated im sure by the vendors needing to offset the cost of Fuel these days.
Good Luck to all involved with the show, and I hope everyone has a great time.
On a sidenote why are all of the responses in here from Michigan and that one guy from St.Louis?
We'll be there for the entire weekend but won't have a booth. Quick ride from CT.
Just take the plunge!!! Do you know how many MEGA haunts are within 100 miles of this place??? WOW...its unreal!
I think you'll do great! Just my opinion!
Is this haunt show permittable for children, I want to take my 12 year old to one, he helps with the haunt every year
We are definitely thinking about going. I know with college finals coming up the week after that it is a bad idea, but with it being so close to our haunt, why not just run down? If not, there will be next year!
I don't believe there are any age restrictions for attendance.
That is only a transworld thing.
I've seen all ages at Hauntcon, at Midwest, and I hope to see all ages at Eastern as well.
The original plan is still based on the fun haunt gatherings that I started in the 90's in pittsburgh, moved to the center of the state with Michael Brunner, and now is a full fledged convention, and we have at all these stages welcomed all ages as well as, and ESPECIALLY, all size haunts.
Own a theme park? there are dealers there for you. Haunt your front porch? there are dealers there for you as well.
when I was elected to that very first IAHA corporate Board of Directors, my 'please elect me' speech was to be sure that a haunter is a haunter no matter how small
( Kinda like Dr Seuss)
Eastern Haunters as well as those other fine conventions welcome everyone as far as I can tell.
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