Leonie Heartilly wrote:BillyBrown wrote:Yeah, when i met Shawnee the woman next to her told me about the CD, I felt a bit rude saying i wasn't really interested with her sitting right there!
I felt exactly the same >_< also the woman selling the CD wasn't making it sound interesting she was like "Shawnee has this CD" and then just stops and looks at you and I'm thinking "Uh-huh carry on..."
joleslie wrote:With regard to the 'no posed photos' rule, Expo have definitely LOST revenue from me and my friends because of it. Quite a lot of people I know who are tempted to buy an autograph from someone will end up deciding to buy it if they are posing, but will not if they aren't posing.
I believe Expo is the only UK signing event (not convention) where 'no posed photos' is imposed even for guests with no queues, which is why I only put myself through attending if there's someone I really want to meet, instead of all the other events which I go to even if there's someone I think I might meet.
Kirst wrote:I wanted Alessandro Juliani to sign a few of my things, so got in the queue, got to the desk where he was and were told to get a smiley thing, even though we'd been stood in the queue and asked two of the expo staff if we needed to get anything!! (they both said no!!)
So I went and bought a smiley thing, £15, and got back in the queue, he signed my L figure, I wanted him to sign my DVD and before he said anything, the expo person sat with him pointed to the ticket thing again, he was a really nice guy too and I'm sure he would've signed it straight off without me paying more. Now I find it disgusting that I have to pay £30 for two signatures!! Two!! Especially when Mike Mcfarland was signing stuff for free (I know as my boyfriend got something signed by him!!)
Also, the posed photo thing, I really wasn't expecting that until I got to the desk. Sigh.
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