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Zenkaikon V: March 18-20, 2011, King of Prussia PA
« on: April 10, 2010, 12:36:52 PM »

Hi everyone! Here at Zenkaikon has just announced the dates for it's fifth anniversary convention! For our fifth year, are not only expanding to a three-day event, but will be holding the convention in a space about four times larger than last year! We are currently working furiously to make Zenkaikon V the biggest and best yet, and lots more announcements will be coming out soon. I will try to keep this thread updated as new information comes out. Also, feel free to reply to this thread with any questions you might have, and I will do my best to answer ;)

Who: Zenkaikon
What: Philadelphia area anime convention
When: March 18-20, 2011
Where: Valley Forge Convention Center & Scanticon Conference Center
Website: http://www.zenkaikon.com

You can also follow us via:
MySpace: http://groups.myspace.com/zenkaikon
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6581388514
Twitter: http://twitter.com/zenkaikon

Hope to see you there! :)

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Zenkaikon Announces Fifth Anniversary Convention

VALLEY FORGE, PENNSYLVANIA -- April 10, 2010: The staff of Zenkaikon is pleased to announce that its fifth anniversary convention, "Zenkaikon V: The Ides of March," will take place on March 18-20, 2011 at the Valley Forge Convention Center and Valley Forge Scanticon Hotel and Conference Center. The event will offer three days of anime, video gaming, panels, special guests, cosplay, vendors and more, in a space about four times the size of its previous location.

"We are very excited to have so much more space this year, and to be able to offer three days of programming. Expanding across two venues means more space to hold activities and for attendees to spread out," says Convention Chair Matilda Madden. "By moving our event to the spring time frame, we are looking forward to more pleasant weather, as well as more time to plan, prepare, and acquire staff for our biggest event yet. While we realize this event is a few months later than our past conventions, we believe attendees will feel it was well worth the wait."

The Zenkaikon staff wishes to thank all the attendees who have supported the convention over the years, helping it grow from only a few hundred attendees in 2006 to nearly two thousand last year. More information regarding special guests, events, and registration should be available soon.


About Zenkaikon: Since 2006, Zenkaikon has been bringing quality Japanese animation (anime), comics (manga), and popular culture themed events to the Philadelphia area. The convention is staffed completely by volunteers, who want to share their appreciation for these mediums with the Philadelphia region. Zenkaikon features a variety of activities including anime and live action screenings, video and tabletop gaming, special guests, costume competitions, panels, concerts, vendors, and more. Starting as a small one-day event, the convention has grown rapidly to welcome nearly two thousand attendees in 2009. The Zenkaikon staff wishes to thank all the attendees who have supported and helped it grow over the years. They look forward to building an event that will be an integral part of the region's culture for many years to come. More information on Zenkaikon is available at http://www.zenkaikon.com.
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