We are all quite awestruck by how big we’ve become.” Trumped only by New York’s Comic Con in terms of exponential growth, Calgary’s Expo has gone from attracting around 3,000 attendees in its inaugural year to the point where the popular four-day long event is large enough to merit taking over most of the buildings in Stampede Park.
While the present traditionally bestowed upon the occasion of a 10th anniversary are usually comprised of tin or aluminum, the convention’s convivial spokeswoman, Emily Expo, is willing to receive homage in latex and leather in lieu of the typical metallic giftware.
“It’s very exciting to be entering our 10th year,” Emily Expo (a.k.a. “The last five years have gone by so quickly, I can hardly believe it.
We have 10 special locations for you to get your passport stamped.
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CALGARY — It’s going to be a stellar year for the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo.