Admin-2 wrote:The other change has been the explosion of other large scale collectors fairs, London Expo was announce in 2001 with the first show in 2002 hotly followed by more shows run by others and at one point the number of shows was far in excess of what the market could financially support. This has eased but it is still an issue.
Admin-2 wrote:So while we all would love to see the return of the numbers and size of Memorabilia of old, I fear without a time machine its a tall order.
Admin-2 wrote:MCM Expo is committed to Memorabilia at the NEC and has stabilised what was at one point a dying show. There are plans for 2011 and these we expect will continue to grow the audience
mej619 wrote:John challis was a gentleman, but stuck right on the corner of an upside down L shape desk setting. Id imagine if he, and Angela Bruce etc, were in a more open space then they would have seen ore people,attracting passers by.
Macabremagpie wrote:To be honest I think my biggest complaint was the fact that a lot of the guests seemed to be hidden away in inconvenient places (closed in by walls making them easy to miss) and that there were absolutely no signs up saying what they had been in. All I saw was names and I had no idea who most of them were.
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