There may be a quicker resolution to the question of whether Comic-Con International will leave San Diego than most expected; in a post-con interview with Comic Book Resources, CCI Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer said that the organization was looking to make a decision about the con’s future home much sooner than you might have expected:
[T]he longer we wait for a decision, the harder it is for hotels and facilities, because they are turning business away for 2013 through 2015. And that isn’t fair to Los Angeles. It isn’t fair to Anaheim. It isn’t fair to San Diego to ask everyone to keep holding on and turning business away for us to make our decision. So we’ve gotten a little bit of sleep, and now we’re neck deep in it again. I’m very confident that we’ll have a decision in August, if not earlier.
Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen (Me, I think it’ll stay in SD).
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