Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find’s Charlotte Mini-Con returns bigger and better than ever
Posted on 3 Jan 2013 by Karla Marsh
Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find’s Charlotte Mini-Con returns to the city with a new venue, new guests and new goals this year on Sunday, January 20th at the Grady Cole Center.
This year’s Mini-Con promises to be bigger and better than ever. Relocated to the Grady Cole Center on the corner of Kings Drive and 7th Street in Charlotte, NC, with an increase in floor space, and an impressive guest list featuring names such as: Lee Weeks, Brian Stelfreeze, Andy Smith, Jason Latour and more, this year’s Mini-Con is shaping up to be one for the record books. With more exhibitors and artisans than ever before, a costume contest and amazing door prizes being given away throughout the day, it may not make
sense to consider this “mini” convention a true miniature anymore.
This year’s event will also be giving back to the community by taking donations for the Second Harvest Food Bank, as well as for the American Red Cross. Donations will be accepted for both charities, and there will be special incentive convention exclusives for those who make contributions to these charities.
Admission to this year’s event will be FREE of charge to anyone who registers in advance at http://charlotteminicon.eventbrite.com/. Parking for the event will also be free, and the event is completely accessible and is, in true Heroes form, totally family friendly.
“Charlotte Mini-Con” may have started out small, but it has been the catalyst for a much larger and beloved show, and it is starting to come into its own as a can’t-miss convention for the post-holiday season. We hope to see you there!