We owe everything to those who support us. Many Bothans died to bring you this convention, and we'd like to thank some of them here for sponsoring us by sending us products, demo teams, advertisements, and more.
Here are the people that have previously sponsored us. Perhaps the continued mention will goad them into continuing to do so.
.: booklet advertising
For those eager to join the ranks of the JohnCon Sponsors, we are glad to add adverstisements to our convention booklet in return for a small fee. Prices TBD
If you wish to contribute, simply e-mail email@example.com. Not only will one's advertisement be viewed by the convention attendees, but it will also earn one a space among the following list of noble and generous souls!
- A very creative group of people who educate and entertain all who would come to them seeking information about medieval elements.
- Hosted by BSFS, they've been very supportive of our convention!
- Baltimore Science Fiction Society
- I can't express how helpful these people have been. Visit their website and drop in during a social meeting for a game of Fluxx!
- Oh good. Now Cthulhu will eat us last.
- CheapAss Games
- Last year, I could hear the guffaws coming from their players all the way upstairs... one of our long-standing sponsors!
- Columbia Games
- Great people with very flexible and amazing games!
- An online convention supporting WebRPG, OpenRPG, Grip, Chat, IRC, seminars, an art show and auction, story writing, and more!
- Games, Comics, and Stuff
- This is an incredible gaming store in Glen Burnie... the owners are extremely cool and helpful!
- After all of the support they've given us at JohnCon, it's only right for us to list them here. And besides, you haveto respect anyone who can play Settlers of Catan that well!
- NOVAG - Northern Virginia Gamers
- A very friendly collection of gamers dedicated to spreading the gaming bug throughout Washington D.C. and northern Virginia.
- A community of people who spread the fun of roleplaying with such campaigns as Living Greyhawk, Living Rokugan, and Living Dragonstar.
- RPG Registry
- An online database which lists various events, players, and games in its ever-growing files.
- Steve Jackson Games
- Steve Jackson Games has a long history of supporting JohnCon. We couldn't do this without them!
.: we look forward to seeing you in the spring!
JOHNCON 2011. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 20218