Dear Comic-Con International,
I feel inclined to bring the expansion needs of the San Diego Convention Center to your attention. Likewise, I am aware that there has been talks about an expansion for years now, but I feel that it can’t be delayed any longer.
I’ll start with the obvious reason for the expansion. The crowds have grown too large for the current convention center. Notably, inside the exhibit hall in particular. Just think what will happen if there was an emergency like a fire or terriost attack. In that terrifying senecio there would be nowhere to run. I have to say that there’s a problem when it is impossible to walk in the exhibit hall without bumping into someone.
In light of the crowds, I need to bring something to your attention. During this past weekend there were an uncountable amount of Pokémon Go players blocking the Hall G exit. What’s just as bad was that these players blocked the entire sidewalk areas all the way from the Hall G Enternce to the Hall H line area. To make matters worst the staff made absolutely no attempt to get the crowds moving. Augmented reality games will only increase in popularity, and you cannot allow attendees to stand in the entrance and exit pathway.
That brings me back to the fire senecio, and with so many people blocking such a critical pathway all I can think is how danouras that is. Meanwhile, inside the Exhibit Hall most of the staff are very rude. I was actually screamed at my a staff member while I was walking by. As an organization you can’t employee people like that. I don’t care how tired they are, they need to have respect. Especially, when their jobs relies on badge sales from attendees. Between the overwhelming amount of people blocking pathways and irritated staff members it’s clear that an expansion is needed.
Furthermore, there are even thousands more people who flock around the convention who don’t have a badge. The volume of people alone is demanding the expansion. Nevertheless, I understand that the expansion will take some time. That’s why I think you should bid out the convention to another city until the expansion is finished. Once the expansion is completed bring Comic-Con back to San Diego.
Lastly, I want to let you know that I’m sure you hear about expansion needs all the time, but you can’t ignore fire hazards.