Salt Lake City– January 17, 2014 - George Takei comes to Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience Pre-Event.
SALT LAKE CITY – January 8, 2014 - Utah Policy covers the Salt Lake Comic Con is driving new interest in a massive Hotel and Convention Center for Salt Lake City…
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SALT LAKE CITY – November 14, 2013 - Salt Lake City Weekly covers the Salt Lake Comic Con press conference. Dan Farr and Bryan Brandenburg — the minds behind Salt Lake Comic-Con — today announced big plans for the the 2014…
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SALT LAKE CITY – October 31, 2013 - Salt Lake Comic Con (SLCC) today announced that Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing Bryan Brandenburg will speak at the Utah Collegiate DECA conference at the Yarrow Hotel, in Park City, Utah on November 2, 2013.
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Imagine the perfect blend of gaming, TV, movies, comics, technology and pop culture to span the generations, appealing to geeks and non-geeks alike. The result would be Salt Lake Comic Con, which broke the record last week for inaugural Comic Con conventions with 70,000-80,000 attendees.
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Attendance for the inaugural Salt Lake Comic Con drastically exceeded initial expectations and set a high-water mark for first-time fan conventions, but organizers say they’re just getting warmed up. Governor’s Office of Economic Development director Spencer Eccles says Outdoor Retailer (which drew about 27,000 for its summer show) likely brings more out-of-state dollars, but that Salt Lake Comic Con has the potential to improve in that regard. Eccles also praised Farr — a childhood friend of his — and Brandenburg for their “revolutionary” use of social media to promote the event.
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“The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he's always doing both.”
James A. Michener