A big thank-you to everyone who pre-registered for Notacon 8 and PixelJam!
Emails were sent out tonight containing your registration information. For those familiar with how we have done things in the past, you will see some similarities. However, there are some changes we’ve implemented to try to speed things along even further.
- Everyone who pre-registered will receive a bar code in their email. This barcode corresponds to your code word. If you want to get in and out as quickly as possible, PRINT OUT THAT BARCODE!
- Note: If you do not want to use the barcode or forgot it, you will need to present us with the NAME and EMAIL address your registration was made under, as well as some form of photo ID. Note that many people who registered, particularly groups, didn’t follow directions. Hence, we were left with fake names and sometimes NO names or email addresses at all. IF YOU ARE IN A GROUP, please contact your group coordinator to sort everything out. If you can’t prove to us somehow you have a ticket, we cannot let you in the door!
- Registration and Shwag are separate, and shwag will not open until after the Friday registration rush. We will have 2 registration lines (one for pre-reg, one for cash/credit) with 2 people per line. Our hope is that we can speed everyone through quickly.
- Registration will be open Thursday night during our FREE Notacon 8 Freeview. If you are buying a ticket at the door, it may behoove you to show up and see what we’re all about… *wink*
If for some reason you feel you should have received an email with registration information and have not, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so we can look into the issue. Providing us with your order number from your purchase would be exceedingly helpful in helping us to figure out the issue as quickly as possible.
Well, that’s all for now! A little under 5 days until Notacon and PixelJam! If you didn’t buy your ticket, don’t worry, there should be plenty available at the door.
See you there!
UPDATE 4/10/2011 1:45 AM EST: Yeah, I kinda screwed up the first emails to everyone and mixed up database fields. I called a do-over and sent the RIGHT ones. Sorry about that.