Wakefield advance tickets on saleBy Chris Williams. Published: 19th Mar 2004, 23:28:34 | Permalink | Printable
Special prize draw teasing too
Advance tickets are now on sale for the Wakefield 2004 show, which can be bought online or via snail mail. Chris Hughes, the event organiser, confirmed to drobe.co.uk today that the tickets are being printed right now and will be sent out from March 26th.
Interestingly enough, the WROCC announcement states: "Advance Ticket holders and those purchasing a ticket before 12 noon on Saturday 15th will also have the chance to enter a special draw. This will be in addition to the other draws throughout the weekend and a another big prize to be drawn for all visitors over the weekend on the Sunday."
Chris wouldn't comment on what these prizes would be, adding that a related "press release will come out during next week" and "there will be series of announcements related to the show over the next two weeks."
The Wakefield show takes place on Saturday and Sunday 15th and 16th May and is organised by Chris on behalf of the WROCC. The exhibitor list is already looking quite full with the usual show troop, plus new faces like the 'RISCOS Packaging Project'.
Wakefield show ticket ordering - pricings, online ordering (sponsored by Spellings Computer Services), cheques via post, etc.
Wakefield show website
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