Posts By Fur Out West

FOW2018- Sponsor Benefits Update!

Greetings friends,

Just letting you know that we’ve added and updated the sponsor benefits to include the items in the below image:

We are going all out to get everything ready for you guys at the convention this year.

Contains: Exclusive sponsor shirt, 1 mini block set, 1 mini game, 1 minifig your-character-here keychain, exclusive lanyard, and more!

A picture of what is contained within our FOW Sponsorship Bags

Contains: Exclusive sponsor shirt, 1x mini block set, 1x mini game, 1x minifig your-character-here keychain, exclusive lanyard, and more!

Sponsor registrations end on 19th October unless sold out before, so get yours fast! To register for the convention to receive one of these unique bags, please register for our sponsor level membership through the linked page.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

~ Admin

FOW 2018 – Guest of Honour Poll

Hi,
Here’s the link to the poll to determine the two guests of honour for 2018: https://www.facebook.com/groups/134523813716188/permalink/301204027048165/
Will need a Facebook account to vote, unfortunately.

Regards,
~Admin

FOW 2017 over, Work on FOW 2018 begins

Our hard work on FOW 2017 is now over – we finished the convention raising a grand total of $3850 for the charity (Assistance Dogs Australia) with a total attendance of 112 furs, and we’ve started work on FOW 2018.
There’s some exciting stuff in the pipeline for FOW 2018, just wait and see.
~Admin

FOW 2017 – Standard pre-Registrations Closing

Standard pre-registrations will close tonight at 8pm, however day passes will be available at the convention registration desk for those who miss out.
The convention registration desk will have Visa, Mastercard & EFTPOS facilities and will accept cash.
~Admin

Recent Website Spam

Due to recent spam attacks in the comment sections of our news posts, Administration have set all comment sections in posts over 74 days old to close. Administration have also set Akismet to monitor spam so we don’t need to log in constantly to check and delete spam.
In addition to this change, users will now be notified when their comments have been approved.

~Admin

FOW 2017 – Conbook submissions extension

Evening all, just thought to mention that we are extending conbook submissions till the 23rd October, when sponsor tickets close), so if you want to contribute something last minute, you are more than welcome to send something in 

Our email to send stuff to is: furoutwest@gmail.com

FOW 2017 – Sponsor Tickets

Hi all,

Just a general notice that Sponsor registrations will only be available for another week. If you wish to purchase one, get in quick. 🙂

FOW 2017 – Calling all Sponsor’s!

We are happy to announce that we will be offering a special unique badge.

If you have registered as a sponsor, can you please email a ref of your character through to furoutwest@gmail.com with the subject “Sponsor Badge”

This special unique badge is only available to sponsors, so be sure not to miss out on this as spots are limited.

If you have already purchased a standard rego and would like to upgrade to sponsor, please get in touch with us via email (furoutwest [at] gmail [dot] com) and we will help sort it out.

FurOutWest 2017 – Charity Announcement!

Good evening everyfur.
Firstly, we must apologise for the quietness, but after some negotiations, we at FurOutWest are happy to announce our charity for the inaugural year is the
community’s first choice. Assistance Dogs Australia.
At the moment, we are not sure on exactly what days they will be present, but the scheduling will reveal all closer to the time.


Founded in 1996, Assistance Dogs Australia is a national charity which trains Labradors and Golden Retrievers to help people with disabilities, providing
them with greater freedom and independence.
Assistance Dogs Australia provides a free service to people with disabilities. Our recipients include those born with developmental disabilities like cerebral
palsy and spina bifida, those who acquire debilitating illnesses like multiple sclerosis, and those who have been in tragic accidents and will never walk
again.
We also provide dogs for children with autism, people living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are excited to launch a new pilot working with
people living at home with dementia.
Each Assistance Dog takes two years to train and requires an investment of over $30,000 – however, Assistance Dogs are provided to people living with disabilities
free of charge throughout Australia.
As a result of our program, these highly trained dogs allow recipients to have greater mobility, gain confidence and allow them to have higher self-esteem.
Have a good evening all, and keep your eyes peeled for a new poll that will be posted on the weekend…our mascot needs a name!