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WIZARD WORLD ANNOUNCES 2007 AND 2008 TOUR SCHEDULES

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Wizard has launched the schedule for their world tour for the next two years, so people plan your time around the schedule, cause believe me you don’t want to miss a thing. 

Congers, NY (November 1, 2006) – Wizard Conventions today announced its
schedule for the 2007 and 2008 Wizard World conventions, the country’s
foremost touring events for pop culture and comic books. The 2007 Wizard
World schedule will mirror that of 2006, which is on pace to become
Wizard’s most successful convention year yet, with record attendance in
Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago.
To better serve the needs of exhibitors and fans, Wizard is altering the
2008 Wizard World tour to reflect a more condensed focus on Spring and
Summer months. This new condensed schedule will allow Wizard World fans,
exhibitors and retailers to visit all of the year’s important pop
culture events, and will position Wizard World to deliver more
exclusives, special guests and surprises to its fans.

“The Wizard World 2008 schedule will create a rapid-fire succession of
the industry’s best events from coast to coast, right in the middle of
the year,” said Rob Felton, Vice President and Associate Publisher. “Our
exhibitors told us that they want to give Wizard World their full and
undivided attention to create the best experience for our fans, and this
schedule will allow for just that.”

The full 2007 and 2008 schedules are as follows:
2007
Wizard World Los Angeles: March 16-18, 2007
Wizard World Philadelphia: June 15-17, 2007
Wizard World Chicago: August 9-12, 2007
Wizard World Texas: Nov 2-4, 2007

2008
Wizard World Los Angeles: April 12-14, 2008
Wizard World Philadelphia: May 29-June 1, 2008
Wizard World Chicago: June 26-29, 2008
Wizard World Texas: November 7-9, 2008
Wizard Conventions recently attracted 58,000 attendees to its
tenth-annual Wizard World Chicago event at the Donald E. Stephens
Convention Center. Wizard World Texas is the next show on the 2006 tour,
slated for November 10-12 in Arlington.

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