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Jenga's Con listing has all these play on the word "Con" already taken....

 

  Con Fishing 2004 - Michigan - April 2004 - Gaming

    Con of the North - Minnesota - February 2004 - Gaming

    Con Petrol - Missouri - February 2004 - Science Fiction

    Con With the Wind - New Zealand - May 2002 - Science Fiction

    Con-Fusion - British Columbia - October 2002 - Gaming

    Con*cept 2004 - Quebec - November 2004 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Con*Stellation XXIII: Delphinus - Alabama - October 2004 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Conbust 2004 - Massachusetts - April 2004 - Anime

    ConCarolinas - North Carolina - June 2004 - Science Fiction

    Concave 25 - Kentucky - February 2004 - Gaming

    Conception 2004 - UK - March 2004 - Roleplaying

    ConCertino 2003 - Massachusetts - July 2003 - Filk

    ConChord 17 - California - August 2003 - Filk

    Concinnity 2003 - Wisconsin - April 2003 - Science Fiction & Fantasy and more

    Conclave 2002 - Scotland - March 2002 - Gaming

    ConClave 28 - Michigan - October 2003 - Science Fiction

    Conclave Eire - Ireland - May 2002 - Gaming

    ConCoction: 02 - Missouri - April 2002 - Gaming

    ConComCon 11 - Washington - May 2004 - Convention Operations

    Concourse - 2004 Eastercon - England, United Kingdom - April 2004 - Science Fiction Literature

    ConDFW - Texas - February 2004 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    ConDor XI - California - February 2004 - Science Fiction

    CONduit XIII - Utah - May 2003 - Science Fiction

    Conestoga - Oklahoma - July 2003 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Conflation 2004 - Missouri - January 2004 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Confluence 15 - Pennsylvania - July 2003 - Science Fiction

    Conflux - Australia - April 2004 - Science Fiction

    ConFurence 2003: The Furry West - California - April 2003 - Furry Fandom

    ConFuse 2002 - Sweden - June 2002 - Science Fiction

    Confusion 2003 - Ireland - February 2003 - Science Fiction

    ConFusion 2004 - Michigan - January 2004 - Science Fiction

    ConGames 2002 - Florida - July 2002 - Gaming

    Congenial - Wisconsin - March 2004 - Science Fiction

    ConGlomeration 2004 - Kentucky - August 2004 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Conifur Northwest - Washington - September 2003 - Furry Fandom

    ConJecture II - California - October 2003 - Science Fiction and more

    ConJosé - California - August 2002 - Science Fiction

    Conjuration - UK - August 2003 - Gaming

    Conjuration 2002 - Missouri - June 2002 - Science Fiction & Fantasy and more

    Conjurations 2 - Georgia - November 2002 - Gaming

    ConnCon 2004 - Connecticut - March 2004 - Gaming

    ConnectiCon 2004 - Connecticut - July 2004 - Anime and more

    Connichi 2003 - Germany - September 2003 - Anime

    Conpulsion - United Kingdom - March 2003 - Gaming

    Conquest 2003 - Australia - April 2003 - Gaming

    ConQuest 2003 - California - August 2003 - Gaming

    Conquest 2003 - Australia - October 2003 - Science Fiction

    Conquest2002 - England - October 2002 - TV/Media

    Conquest 35 Memorial Day Weekend, Kansas City - Missouri - May 2004 - LARP

    Consonance 2003 - California - March 2003 - Filk

    ConSortium - Texas - June 2002 - Gaming

    CONspiracy 2001 - British Columbia - February 2002 - Gaming

    Construction - UK - July 2003 - Con-Running

    CONsume!/Relaxacon 2003 - Minnesota - October 2003 - Relaxacon

    Contabile Fortean - UK - February 2002 - Filk

    Contact Science Fiction/Fantasy Gaming & Comics Convention - Oklahoma - October 2002 - Gaming

    Contagion 2002 - Scotland - July 2002 - TV/Media

    Contata 3 - New Jersey - June 2002 - Filk

    Contemplation - Missouri - August 2004 - Science Fiction

    Context XVI - Ohio - October 2003 - Science Fiction & Fantasy

    Continuum - Australia - July 2003 - Science Fiction & Fantasy and more

    Continuum - UK - July 2004 - Roleplaying

    Continuum 2004 - Scotland - July 2004 - Star Trek

    ConTours 2002 - California - September 2002 - Science Fiction & Fantasy and more

    Contraception 15 - Missouri - November 2003 - Science Fiction

    ConTraption 2002 - Michigan - June 2002 - Science Fiction

    Convergence - Australia - June 2002 - Science Fiction

    CONvergence - Minnesota - July 2003 - Science Fiction

    Con-Version 20 - Alberta - August 2003 - Literature and more

    Convivium - England - August 2002 - Gaming

    ConVocation - Michigan - February 2003 - Other

    Convulsion 2002 - UK - July 2002 - Gaming

 

and while it isn't a bad thing all by itself it does make obtaining a relavent web address tricky. (been there, did that)

 

Try local features, do you have a town mascot or figure that you could twist a name out of, or the name of your local game store, maybe they'd help sponsor if they got added to the name, or pick a theme that works for you to use in all your artwork and such and pull from that.

 

I liked SpartaCon personally. There is one up in MI that may be bothered by sharing a name, but I thought it was nifty.

 

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Well, if it's private, just have your own last name. I hosted Spierscon 04 last April.

 

As a side note, our DM ran us through the 3rd ed. campaign set in Ravenloft. We lost....badly. All of the characters left alive skulked off, after being allowed to leave after Strahd got the girl.

 

We're kicking around ideas for the Spierscon 05 T-shirts, and one of the ideas includes a picture of Strahd, flipping the bird to the viewer, with the caption "I'M STILL HERE"....

 

the other is, "I went to Ravenloft and all I got were these stupid fangs".

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Teehee.. you COULD exploit the latest trend in advertising to rope in and take advantage of the spending power of the young-adults market by calling it "X-Con"

 

 

... ;)

 

 

.. mind you there'd likely be ALOT of people with past prison records attending..but if they're nice and spend money eh?

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Teehee.. you COULD exploit the latest trend in advertising to rope in and take advantage of the spending power of the young-adults market by calling it "X-Con"

 

 

... ;)

 

 

.. mind you there'd likely be ALOT of people with past prison records attending..but if they're nice and spend money eh?

Heh when you said X-con I thought of that old turn based game x-com.

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