Andrew Trembley (bovil) wrote,
Andrew Trembley
bovil

Your help is needed in a matter of commerce...

Yeah, doesn't that subject line sound like some sort of international banking scam? Seriously, though...

Do you have a costume-related website? Do lots of people visit your costume-related website? Would you like to help out Costume-Con (and Costume-Con 26 in particular)?

Costume-Con 26 has some very ambitious plans. We've already got around 250 pre-registered members, but that's just a step on the way to making Costume-Con 26 an event to remember. We could really use your help in raising awareness of Costume-Con.

What can you do? Costume-Con 26 has a stack of link banners ready for you to put on your website.

Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


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Costume-Con 26, Adventures in the Costume Continuum, April 25-28, 2008


Just grab a code fragment from one of the text boxes and add it to your page.

You could put one of these links...
  • on your website
  • in a journal entry
  • on your blog's profile page
  • in your forum signature
...or anywhere else you have a presence on the web.

While we're on the subject of links, the CC26 website has its own links section. Go there and submit your costume-related website for listing on our links page.
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