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Momocon, my beloved
Momocon SUPREMACY, I'm on my knees
This is my first time at this con and ... DUDE, I was NOT prepared..
June 15, 2022, 5:33 pm
Almost everything sold out right on the second day of this FOUR DAY CON. Literally selling scraps in the end.
There is A LOT OF space between the isles so it feels sometimes a bit slow, but it's because the space is huge (the whole convention is gigantic, oml). Big space behind the table, and a bit of space between neighbors on the sides!
Staff was amazing, just wished they used the convention's speakers to announce things instead of yelling though.
Water stations were kind of far, but they weren't too much of a bother.
Crowd was hungry for merchandise, so you definitely will do extremely well at this convention.
Amazing convention overall. Probably one of my top favs now.
Momo is one of my top shows of the year. Attentive staff, lovely surroundings, and lots of things to do. Highly recommend.
February 1, 2020, 10:41 am
Better Than Expected
This was my first time tabling at Momocon. I was warned by a few artist that Momocon wasn't so great in sales and that other cons would be better. Needless to say, I went into the con with low expectations, but I still applied since the location wasn't too far from me and I wanted to experience it at least once. Despite what I was warned about, I actually had a lot of fun and made many sales. I felt constantly busy, tho there were some quiet periods. Customer engagement was so much better for me here than at AWA last year. I would definitely table again in the future.
May 30, 2017, 10:59 am
The venue is so big and spacious. I was extremely happy to have a lot of space between tables and behind me as well. I ended up bringing my pvc pipe display, but if you have a photo back drop display, there is definitely room for it.
Also wanted to mention that the staff there was so so nice!! It was my first time setting up alone, so I had difficulty setting up my display. One staff member ended up helping me set up my display and checked me in/brought me my badges. She was so sweet, I could not thank her enough!
The only problem I had was waiting for load in for exhibitors on Wednesday night. If you were there near 8pm, you guys know about the long-ass train blocking the loading dock. I think we were waiting for 30+ mins, until the train started moving and leaving the area. I also got lost because I ended up just following the cars in front of me because none of us realized the Momocon load-in dock was a sharp right turn after the Momocon sign. This was the only problem I really dealt with at the convention, but I know that it wasn't any fault to Momocon staff, just little venue problems.
This is the best con I've been to up until this point. I loved MomoCon, and I can't wait to go back.
June 15, 2016, 1:51 pm
This is also the furthest I've traveled for a con. It was about a 10 hour drive, and expenses were high because of that combined with being in Atlanta. I was very nervous because of this, but it was worth it times a million.
This con felt a bit different from most anime cons I've been to. The alley and dealer's room had a much wider variety of wares and artists, and it was very fun to get to talk to all these different people -- they even had a specific comic artists alley, which was really cool! It felt like 75% anime con, 25% comic con.
Venue was giant, attendance numbers seemed pretty dang big. Atlanta is a great city. I didn't really have any communication with staff over the entire weekend, so I can't really say if they were alright or not. Everything seemed fine, though.
I had a blast at this convention, I can't express it enough. I can't wait to go back.