As we close this report of FanimeCon 2011, there were many things that we did right but at the same time there were many things that we did wrong. It's much different between freelancing coverage and coverage under a press badge. I won't say that the pressure got to the staff here, but it's an experience that will help us better improve our coverage at the convention and will go a long way in establishing who we truly are.
I must say that FanimeCon 2011 by far is the best FanimeCon I've ever been to. I know that I'm going to keep saying this year after year, but each year there's that one event or one Guest of Honor or that one special moment that makes that year's FanimeCon better than last year's. I've been going for five years, and each year it has improved. Outside of conventions in Sacramento, I consider FanimeCon to be my hometown convention.
I would like to thank Ryan, Lucas, Tom, Aubrie, and Robbie for working with me this year. You all did a wonderful job, and you all should be proud of it. Shout-outs go to everyone I interacted over the weekend, and a special shout-out goes to all the staffers who made this convention possible and made our visit a pleasant one. I would like to personally thank Tony Figueroa for his services as convention chair, and I wish you luck in your future endeavors.
That concludes my report of FanimeCon 2011. For those who are going to Kintoki-Con in a week, I'll be there for press coverage. Unfortunately, I won't be able to make it to Anime Expo but you can find the rest of my staff there for their coverage.
Thank you for reading my report.
-FanimeCon 2011 Report End-