HIGH COST OF ANA EXHIBITING
In last week's E-Sylum, President Michael J. Sullivan wrote:
"In response to the comments about displays for ANA - The real issue is the ANA is too restrictive relative to display placement. Last year's ANA in Portland required me to leave for the convention about 2 days earlier than required to place my display at a personal cost of about $300."
Chief Judge Joe Boling responds:
"Two days earlier than what? ANA only requires that the exhibit be in place on the morning that the convention opens (and stay in place until it closes). Even if a person is planning to only attend three days of the convention, s/he can still use the surrogate installation/removal provisions by appointing an agent. I know, this is clumsy, but it IS an option, and we have had a best-of-show winner (YN division) who never attended the convention at all."
Wayne Homren, Editor
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