T-MODE '07 Announces Anime Club Support Program to Spread Japanese Cultural Awareness

Jun 10th 2007
T-MODE '07 Announces New Anime Club Support Program to Help Spread Japanese Cultural Awareness

(Arlington, VA.) May 1, 2007 -- Scheduled for September 14-26, 2007, T-MODE '07 is seeking to help spread Japanese anime cultural awareness. T-MODE has announced that it will sponsor anime club membership raising efforts by providing various types of support for club meetings and events.

“Many organizations only support clubs by providing a few DVDs and a monthly newsletter”, says, T-MODE '07 Chairman Lawrence Stuckey. “We're going to take it a step further and provide the type of support that helps organizations grow”.

Through its parent company EndGame Tournaments LLC, T-MODE '07's Anime Club Support Program will provide funds for meetings and events, prizes for giveaways, private meeting space at T-MODE '07, exclusive invitations to private anime screenings and advertising space on their websites.

Anime Clubs seeking to take part in this program need to have a minimum of 10 members and be willing to list T-MODE '07 on their website as a featured sponsor.

For complete details on how your organization can become a T-MODE '07 sponsored club visit HYPERLINK "http://www.tmode.org" www.tmode.org or email HYPERLINK "mailto:club.[email protected]" [email protected] for details.

T-MODE 2007 is an annual anime and gaming convention being held at the Hilton Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia and is dedicated to the expansion of the Japanese culture in the United States.

Additional information about registration, events, hotel information, and guests can be found at their website: HYPERLINK "http://www.tmode.org" http://www.tmode.org

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