February 26th, 2014
by John Hambrock
It’s that time folks! As of noon today central time – February 25th – the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning fundraiser will be live on Indiegogo and pursuing its goal of raising $10,000 for Festival 2014, taking place next September 25th through the 27th. Festival founder and organizer Anne Morse-Hambrock is raising money to keep the festival free and open to the public without any pesky ticket sales or registration fees.
There’s a great new video thanks to Tom Racine and Anne, and there are some terrific backer rewards. These include the usual signed programs and posters as well as several great signed comic collection books and original comic art.
And – NEW THIS YEAR – a one-of-a-kind collectible commemorative coin! There are only 100 of these available – when they’re gone, they’re gone!
For more details about the campaign, as well as a list of the amazing backer rewards, go to http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kenosha-festival-of-cartooning
You can check out the 2014 all-star lineup here: http://kenoshacartoonfest.blogspot.com/p/schedule-for-mini-fest-2013.html
I’m so lucky to be married to a woman who not only likes what I do for a living, but goes out of her way to create and organize an event that welcomes and recognizes other cartoonists. Her goal from the beginning has been to make everything associated with the festival free of charge, which is why the indiegogo campaign is so essential.
Please show Anne and the festival your support by donating today. No amount is too small.
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