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PR2 is Now Online
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[Added 2016-06-20] Here's a video including images of some of the button badges used in this Minicon era.
Added 2017: this t-shirt was available in gray and cream. The back is blank.
And there was another shirt, too. These are the front and back, respectively:
And here's pictures of the volunteer shirt, front and sleeve, respectively (the back is blank):
Added 2017: Our history table for Minicon 31 for many years listed it as being in the Radisson South, the Wyndham Garden, L'Hotel Sofitel and the Holiday Inn Airport 2. However, there's no mention in any of the publications of the Wyndham Garden. Quite possibly a lot of people stayed there, but it does not seem to have been an official hotel.
Alex and Phyllis Eisenstein, Greg Ketter, and Scott Imes are assembling a large display of his artwork. We expect to have 60 to 100 works on display.
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