Most attending memberships in Renovation, the 2011 World Science Fiction Convention, will cost more on October 1, 2010. The new rates will be:
- Full adult attending memberships: $180
- Converting a supporting membership to an attending membership: $130
- Family rates: $460
- Friend of the Reno Bid Conversion from supporting to attending: $90
The full press release follows the jump.
Renovation Increases Attending Membership Rates
The 69th World Science Fiction Convention
PO Box 13278
Portland, OR 97213-0278
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 26, 2010
Reno – On October 1, 2010, the following membership rate changes for Renovation, the 69th World Science Fiction Convention, will go into effect:
Full adult attending membership rates will increase from $160 to $180.
Converting a supporting membership to an attending membership will be $130.
Family rates will be $460.
Friend of the Reno Bid Conversion from supporting to attending will be $90.
As part of the convention’s policy to encourage families and children to attend Renovation, the following attending membership rates for children (0-16 years old) and young adults (17-21) will remain unchanged:
Children (0-16 years old) at $75
Young adults (17-21 years old) at $100
These rates are based on the person’s age as of August 17, 2011.
The rate for a supporting membership will stay unchanged at $50. All of the rates listed above will be valid through to 28 February, 2011.
Existing membership status can be determined online (unless the member has requested that his or her name be withheld from public listing) at http://www.renovationsf.org/memlist.php.
Renovation memberships are available for immediate purchase at various conventions, at www.renovationsf.org and by postal mail. Memberships can also be purchased by installment plan, allowing costs to be spread over the next year while still locking in the lowest membership rate.
Full information on all registration, payment options and the current rates, which are good through September 30, 2010, are available at http://www.renovationsf.org/memberships.php.
For more details on the convention, visit www.renovationsf.org. We encourage your input to help us create a memorable Worldcon.
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