AnimeNEXT September Announcements - 2

New York, NY -- September 8, 2003 -- AnimeNEXT will take place
at the Rye Town Hilton on October 3-5, 2003. Conveniently
located only 30 minutes north of NYC, AnimeNEXT is sure to
be one of the most exciting Anime events of 2003! Come and
see why we are "the NEXT evolution of anime conventions"!

* Added Voice Guest Marc Thompson (Kid Muscle, Ultimate Muscle)
We're pleased to announce the addition of another talented
voice guest to our roster. Mr. Marc Thompson has voices
the characters of Kid Muscle in FoxBox's Ultimate Muscle
as well as Duke Devlin in Yu-Gi-Oh! and Casey Jones in
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. See the complete guest list:

* Added Industry Representative Tom Wayland (ADR Director, CPM)
Industry Veteran Tom Wayland will be on hand to speak about
his role with CPM as ADR Director. You can see his work
first-hand in many of CPM's dubbed products.

* Added Industry Representative Trish Ledoux (Producer, Viz)
Trish Ledoux is the Founding Editor of Animerica, one of the
first magazines in the US to cover anime. She now works
as a Writer/Translator/Producer for Viz.

** Pre-registration deadline extended until 09/15/03
The on-line pre-registration deadline has been extended
from 09/01/03 to 09/15/03. That's 2 additional weeks to
take advantage of our $10 pre-registration discount! Only
1 more week to take advantage of this great deal!

** Hotel Block expires on Friday 09/12/03; Book room soon
The AnimeNext group rate of $109 is only available until
Friday, 09/12/03! Make sure that you book your room before
then. Rooms are going quickly. To get the true anime
convention experience, we recommend that you stay a few
nights at our hotel. There will be plenty of evening and
late night activities to keep you occupied.

Universal Animation is a non-profit organization devoted
to promoting anime and manga in the United States. Founded
in NYC in 2002, the company is organizing the AnimeNEXT
convention to aid in its goals.

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