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Halloween Convention to be held at Valley Forge Convention Center

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Hi there!

I just wanted to take the time to invite you to the Annual National Halloween & National Haunters Convention which is the #1 Halloween Convention in the country. Our number one goal is to provide you with a professional show for everyone who enjoys Haunted Attractions, Haunted Houses, the Paranormal, Halloween, Hayrides, Dark Rides, Ren Fairs, Magicians and Classic Side Shows.

Join us this year for a spectacular event and a chance to enjoy all that is Halloween Half-Way to the Halloween Season!

We offer a huge show floor of over 130 VENDORS offering of a plethora of vendors from Airbrushing, to Props, to Animatronics.

Our April 10th (Friday), and April 11th (Saturday), 2009 Show Floor will be open from 9am to 5pm for your convenience.

Friday night features a special event! A tour of the famous BATES MOTEL Hayride and Haunted Attraction. Join us for a special bus tour, attraction show, and incredible dinner.

Saturday evening features one of the most competitive activities in the haunt industry, a full fledged all out MAKE UP WAR!

Saturday night features the largest costume ball event on the east coast!
This years theme, Pirates on the High Seas. Learn more about our Costume Ball here.

For More information visit our website at
http://www.NationalHauntersConvention.com.

We are conveniently located in the historic Valley Forge Area at the Valley Forge Convention Center in King of Prussia, PA. We are just minutes from the Philadelphia airport, and located in the near the heart of the Philadelphia suburbs of 6 Million people. OVER 60% of the United States Population is located within 2 hours of travel from the Philadelphia region. (source: Select Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce). This allows a quick and convenient location for many travellers as well as a huge target market for your product or service. We hope to see you all there!

P.S. Curious as to what last year was like? Here are some videos of last years show, which was 1\5 the size of this years show! That's right, we're FIVE TIMES LARGER THIS YEAR!

Double P.S.
Be sure to book your room through our website - as (due to the insane rules of hotel logic that simply do *NOT* make sense to me) you wont be able to get your room discount if you call your reservation in.

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