We have tried to make it easy and convenient for you to contact Fandemonium quickly, both by Postal mail and Electronic mail. You will find the resources below that should answer any of your questions.
If you know the department that you are trying to reach, please make sure to write Attn: 'Department Name' on the second address line. For example, companies providing prize support should put Attn: Prize Support on the second address line when mailing items to the convention.
308 Cindy Ave
Middleton, ID 83644
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the board of Fandemonium?
A: The board is the highest level of responsibility within the convention structure. These individuals are the most visible persons of the organization to anyone outside of Fandemonium. They create and implement policies, structure, and act as adjunct members of directorial staff, should any be needed. Board members are also the individuals to whom directors are subordinate.
A: This is the first level of Responsibility within the convention structure, acting below the Board of Fandemonium. Managers oversee larger parts of the convention including the marketing, security, and personnel of the convention.
A: This is the second level of responsibility within the convention structure. Directors are the primary overseers of certain defined areas and genres within the Fandemonium sphere of influence. They are required to research, create, and encourage growth within those areas. Coordinators and general staff are directly subordinate to these individuals.
A: Coordinators cover specific areas under the leadership of the director associated with the field in question. For example, the electronic gaming director works with both the video game and LAN gaming coordinators to create the overall electronic gaming experience.
A: Volunteer staff is the level that anyone joining the Fandemonium staff starts as. The Volunteer staff can cover a range of tasks throughout the conventions, such as registration, security, cleanup detail, and a variety of other jobs.
A: The Security team is the eyes and ears of the convention. It is their specific task to watch for and prevent theft and damage from both the dealers room and the convention itself. Security is also intended to mediate non-violent conflict between convention attendees. While most Security members are required to wear staff badges, there are plain clothes Security members as well.
A: Anyone can join staff.