- I think there seemed to be a pretty nice mix. I didnt see too many tables around for home remodeling or anything like that. The guy in the back area thatMessage 1 of 2 , Apr 20, 2012View SourceI think there seemed to be a pretty nice mix. I didnt see too many tables around for home remodeling or anything like that. The guy in the back area that has the free samples of Fuze drink is nice to find after walk around for several hours. It looks like the majority of the comic sellers / action figure folks are grouped as you come in the main entrance for a few rows. After you get past them, its individual artists or independents for the most part.The have a large section spaced off in the back where Stan is going to be throughout the rest of the weekend. I only saw maybe one or two empty spots on the floor that were cordoned off, but there was nothing there. That may have been just because it was Friday and pretty early....I dont know.Had fun at casino night. Won a few items in the drawings afterwards. There was nothing Earth shattering, but we go to donate and just unwind and have fun, so it was just a nice way to end the day.
From: Donald <donaldbain@...>
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 9:04 PM
Subject: [pittscomicon] How about the vendors?
I'm thinking about going up Sunday, how are the vendors this year? Lots of tables or lots of empty spaces? People selling comics or basement waterproofing and gutter helmets? How many tables does New Dimensions and the bootleg DVD guys have?