September 23, 2021

Hunt County Comic Expo

Returning Nov. 14th-15th, 2020!

COVID-19 Response

A Notice Regarding #HCCE2020 and COVID-19:

It is no secret that 2020 has simply not been the year for events, with quarantine and limited capacity openings for most restaurants and retail stores. That being said, Hunt County Comic Expo cares greatly about the health and safety of everyone in attendance.

While we did choose to cancel the 2nd Annual Greenville Art Car Show back in May, we decided that we would press on with our third annual convention this Fall, with some new changes and policies in place due to the pandemic:

  1. We will be adhering to all government and CDC regulations regarding COVID-19 for the entirety of our show and all subsequent events therein. This includes temporarily limiting attendance when and where necessary.
  2. We will be performing COVID-19 screenings upon entry to our show, including but not limited to the use of no-touch thermometers. Guests and attendees that fail to pass the screening or refuse to be screened will be given a refund on their admission and not allowed entry into the event.
  3. We will be enforcing the use of face masks in and around designated areas of our show. We know that it is not always feasible, and there will be areas where you will not be required to wear a mask. In addition to this, and in the hope of lightening the burden of this requirement, we will be handing out exclusive Hunt County Comic Expo face masks while supplies last.

In short, we know that a LOT of events have been cancelled and/or postponed this year. We have chosen not to cancel because‚Ķ let’s face it– We need every reason to smile that we can get, right now. But we will be making the health and safety of our vendors, volunteers, guests, and attendees, our highest priority.

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