This is our second Roo- 1st in VIP-Yay!!! Can anyone tell me what the poster will be like that we get with our VIP package. I almost always pick up poster when we attend a show and last year I did buy the Burlesque one that Roo was selling- will it be a good one or just your basic glossy poster?
They're on paper? AC has literally sent me hundreds of posters in the past couple of months and they have all been on poster board, even the handbills they send me are poster board. Just doesn't make sense to me. They waste money and send me 200 at the drop of a hat and the people that pay for them get that.
holls: I'm not as VIP seasoned as you, but I will never forget the difference with the bathrooms. It's one of probably 5 reasons I'm back in VIP this year, and for the foreseeable future. (others being: walking distance to stages, AC tents, Thrs party, and all of ya'll)
^ don't forget meeting random crazy Inforoosters in the air-conditioned lounges while charging your phone & surfing Inforoo on the laptops they provide. That's on the list of "Things That Never Happen in GA"
It is totally not the main reason we are going VIP- I'm just really into collecting posters so I was excited to see that we get one. Now those bathrooms on the other hand... That is one perk I'm sure I will love! Thanks all for your help- I'm a lurker here and appreciate it.
Post by klimfactor on May 11, 2012 17:43:04 GMT -5
I'm looking forward to seeing the new poster - I hope it's like the one posted above by jerrygriffies. I'm looking at my framed poster from 2012 right now. It occupies a prominent place in my living room. Pretty soon, I'm going to run out of space to place my framed posters.
Pretty soon, I'm going to run out of space to place my framed posters.
You are preaching to the choir, my friend! I went to 9 shows in March; got 5 posters (could NOT score one @ the 1st Jack White show; grrr!) - anyway, they're ready for framing, but I have NO MORE WALL SPACE!!! #WhiteWhine #firstworldproblems
The one good thing about the 'Roo posters: they're a standard size (18x24) so frames are easy to find; no need for custom mats, either.