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ATTENTION: To protect public health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19, Nerd Alert Events and Route 66 Comic Con will be postponing Route 66 Claremore scheduled for April 4, 2020 at Rogers State University. The safety, security and health of our attendees, guests, exhibitors, volunteers and staff will always be of the utmost importance to us.
 
We respectfully request your patience and understanding as we work through all the necessary steps to undertake the task of moving Route 66 Claremore to a date later this year. All pre-sale ticket holders can keep their current tickets, as they will be honored at the forthcoming announced date.
 
Also, the raffle will continue to remain open until the new convention date.
 
To our vendors, we will be emailing you with options to either move to the later date or request a refund. We appreciate your patience as we work through the details on these next steps. We understand the financial impact that this postponement may have on individual creators, guests and small businesses that rely on shows like Route 66 and many others for their livelihood. We will continue to support and promote the incredible work of all of these individuals and businesses and ask our entire community to do the same.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our focus is adding to the safety and welfare of everyone in the ever-changing situation with Covid-19. We urge everyone to follow the recommendations set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and your local health officials.
 
Follow Route 66 Comic Con via our website and social media channels as we prepare for our rescheduled 2020 show. If you have questions please email nerdalert.events@gmail.com or message us on social media.
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Tickets are $10 each. Kids 12 and under FREE with the purchase of a ticket

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Nerd Alert Events is bringing to Claremore ROUTE 66 CON on April 4, 2020 at The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center at Claremore's very own Rogers State University.

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Now is your chance to win an out of this world prize from Dominic Pace aka “Gekko” from The Mandalorian!

Now is your chance to win an out of this world prize from Dominic Pace aka “Gekko” from The Mandalorian .

Dominic Pace and Nerd Alert Events are excited to announce a chance to help benefit one of our favorite charities, Make-A-Wish America. Purchase a chance to win a hand picked prize from Dominic and 100% of profits will be sent to Make-A-Wish.

If you are not familiar with Make-A-Wish, they grant the children their fondest wish from the trip of a lifetime, to even a visit with their favorite entertainer. The average cost to grant a wish to a "Wish kid" is about $10,000.00. You can read more about Make-A-Wish at www.wish.org

The winners (5 in total) will be contacted via email and/or text and the items will be sent by USPS and with tracking and insurance by Nerd Alert Events.

Click Here to Enter! - https://route66con.com/make-a-wish/

Dominic Pace from "The Mandalorian" is coming to Claremore!

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Route 66 Comic Con is excited to announce our 1st guest - Dominic Pace! Dominic’s recent work is portraying the bounty hunter know as “Gekko” in the Disney+ hit series “The Mandalorian” and can also be seen in new movie “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” coming to theaters in February 2020.  READ MORE

Power Ranger "Justin Nimmo" is coming to Route 66 Comic Con in Claremore!

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Route 66 Comic-Con is excited to announce Justin Nimmo "The Silver Power Ranger" as a special guest at our Claremore Route 66 Comic con April 4, 2020, at Rogers State University. The hours are from 10 am to 5 pm.

Oklahoma native Justin Nimmo is known for his roles in Pleasantville (1998) as “Mark”, “American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life” (2003). Plus, Nimmo was “Musclehead” in “Dude, Where is my car?”(2000). A couple of his TV works include: “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” (1993) and “Wrestling with Failure” (1996). He not only resembles fellow Okie Brad Pitt, but he also did look-a-like work as Brad. READ MORE

Character Creator Muriel Fahrion is coming to Route 66 Comic Con in Claremore!

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Route 66 Comic Con is excited to announce Muriel Juneberry Fahrion as a special guest at our Claremore Route 66 Comic con April 4, 2020, at Rogers State University. Muriel began in Cleveland, OH at American Greetings as humorous card designer where she graphically concepted the first drawings of Strawberry Shortcake & Custard as a greeting cards. It was determined Strawberry Shortcake would be licensed and I transferred to the newly created Those Characters from Cleveland, a toy/licensing think tank. What followed was 32 more characters in the Shortcake line. Within the same year Muriel was asked to depict the first introduction of Care Bears and a year after that the Get-Along-Gang that became Saturday TV cartoon series.

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Route 66 Comic Con is Coming to Claremore April 2020

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The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center is the centerpiece of the main campus, featuring a variety of student amenities, including food services, bookstore, OMA Student Lounge, recreation area, computer lab, and more. This 55,000-square-foot facility also features the largest ballroom in Rogers County, an executive board room, and a variety of conference rooms and meeting spaces for the campus and community.

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