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Portland in '88 - A bid for the 1988 Westercon. It opposition was Phoenix in '88. Phoenix won and went on to run Westercon 41. See 1988 Westercon site selection results. This is a bid page. Please extend it by...
Columbus in 2020 - Columbus in 2020 was a bid to hold the 2020 Nasfic at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Convention Center in downtown Columbus, August 19-23, 2020. It was organized by Lisa Garrison. This is a bid page....
LA in '87 (I) - LA in '87 (I) was a Westercon bid organized by Dan Deckert to hold the 1987 Westercon in Los Angeles. It seems to have been a LASFS bid by membership, if not by formal sponsorship. Deckert had to pull...
LA in '87 (II) - LA in '87 was a Westercon bid to hold the 1987 Westercon at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton. It was distinct from LA in '87 (I). The bid was run by Keith Williams and sponsored by a group called Random...
Phoenix in '86 - A Westercon bid organized by Terry Gish after the Vancouver in '86 bid quit the race in early 1984. It ultimately lost to San Diego in '86. See 1986 Westercon site selection results. This is a bid...
Wigwam Village in '86 - A bid for DeepSouthCon. See Wigwam Village for much more.
Seattle in '85 - A hoax bid for the 1985 Australian Natcon which won. Jerry Kaufman as DUFF winner attended the 1983 Natcon, Syncon '83. During the convention, he and Clifford R. Wind created a Seattle in '85...
Vancouver in '86 - A Westercon bid for the 1986 Westercon which seems to have abandoned its bid in early 1984, leaving San Diego in '86 the favorite, see 1986 Westercon Site Selection Results. This is a bid page....
San Diego in '86 - A Westercon bid for the 1986 Westercon. It won and went on to run Westercon 39. Members included Scott Norton, Gail Hanrahan and Jame Hanrahan. It defeated Vancouver in '86 and Phoenix in '86, see...
Sacramento in '85 - A Westercon bid for the 1985 Westercon. It won and went on to run Westercon 38. It defeated Phoenix in '85: 1985 Westercon Site Selection Results. This is a bid page. Please extend it by adding...
Phoenix in '85 - A Westercon bid led by Terry Gish to run the 1985 Westercon in Phoenix, AZ. The bid managed to be fairly controversial. At Westerchron, both the Phoenix in 1987 bid and the CASFS (the local club) made...
Seattle in 2020 - A bid by SWOC to hole the 2020 Westercon in Seattle, WA July 4-8, 2020. This is a bid page. Please extend it by adding information about who was bidding, officers, committee list, what they were...
Southeastern Michigan in '85 -
Phoenix in 1984 - A bid to hod the 1984 Westercon in Phoenix, AZ. Its opposition was Portland in 1984 and Both . Portland won and went on to run Westercon 37. See 1984 Westercon Site Selection for the messy details. ...
Portland in 1984 - A bid to hod the 1984 Westercon in Portland, OR. Its opposition was Phoenix in 1984 and Both . Portland won and went on to run Westercon 37. See 1984 Westercon Site Selection for the messy details. ...
Albuquerque in '85 - The Albuquerque in '85 Nasfic bid was launched in the summer of 1982. It planned to use the local convention center, and hoped to run both the 1985 Nasfic and also bid for the 1986 Westercon. The bid...
NASFIC Bid - A bid made by a group to host a NASFIC (North American Science Fiction) conventions. The process works basically the same as for a Worldcon bid except that voting is only a year in advance and the...
San Francisco in '83 - A Westercon bid led by Mike Siladi. It won and went on to run Westerchron, the 36th Westercon. Its opposition was Vancouver in '83. See 1983 Westercon site selection results. This is a bid page....
Vancouver in '83 - Vancouver in '83 was a Westercon bid. They bid the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver, BC. This was a change from their previous bid which was for a site at the University of British Columbia which they...
San Francisco in '54 - This was a very odd bid in that it appears that no one in San Francisco actually knew about it It's even odder that it won! The previous year, at Chicon II, in a very complicated and political race...

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