AniMix Con 2008 (July 18-20, 2008 Killeen, Texas)

Aug 15th 2007
ANIMIX Con 2008 (July 18-20, 2008 Killeen, Texas)
“Where Anime and Gamers unite!”

AniMix is an organization specifically formed to promote and exhibit Anime (Japanese Animation) and video game culture in the Bell county area. We will be hosting a three-day event that will feature lots of entertainment for individuals and families, plus the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture. Our main goal is for everyone to have a good time and meet others who enjoy Anime, Japanese culture and video games as much as they do.

The weekend of -- July 18-20, 2008 – AniMix Convention 2008 will take place at the Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Killeen, Texas. The hotel is right across the street from the Killeen Mall and just 15 minutes away from the Killeen Regional Airport.

Pre-Registration has already started for the event. The cost of registration is only $30 until December 31, 2007. After that, every three months the price will rise by five dollars. Families and groups will receive discounts off the regular price. Children 0-6 get in Free! If you plan to stay for the evening activities it is strongly suggested that you book a room at the hotel. The cost for individuals is only $69 a night and for groups of no more than four people is only $89 a night. Take advantage of those prices before they change. For more information about registration check out our website:
http://www.animix.org/registration.html
For more information about hotel accommodations and prices please visit:
http://www.animix.org/location.html
http://www.killeenplaza.com

We have a variety of industry guests attending the convention and we are adding more and more everyday. Our Voice Guests include: Tiffany Grant (Asuka from Neon Genisis), and Darrel Guilbeau (Gainer Sanga in Overman King Gainer). Also Manga artist Chris Hazelton of Misfile, and Musical Guests: The One-Ups and The Slants will be attending the convention.

Aside from our guests we will feature “How to” workshops, Anime and Video Game panels (discussions), Japanese language classes, film screenings, video game play rooms, costume plays, fashion shows, game shows, autograph sessions, an exhibit hall for buying goods and much more. Information included in this release is free to distribute.

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