Cons that have Onsite grading
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Just wondering if theres a list of conventions that will have onsite grading. I'm wanting to attend a few US cons next year and would like to try this service at at least one of those cons.

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On 10/21/2019 at 11:24 AM, JonnySnyder said:

Hi there. Here is our events page on the CGC site. Our 2020 schedule is coming soon  https://www.cgccomics.com/submit/events/

I visited the page and I don't see On-Site scheduled for the 2020 Philly Keystone show in August. It only shows (2) On-Site Grading events at C2E2 and Baltimore.

There was On-Site grading this past year at Keystone Philly. Is on-site being worked out and not yet confirmed for this show or has it been officially cancelled?

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58 minutes ago, JonnySnyder said:

We are still working out all of the details for each show. Some shows from 2019 may not carry over to the 2020 schedule. We will update the events page on the CGC site as any new information becomes available. https://www.cgccomics.com/submit/events/

Thanks Jonny. It would be great if there was an announcement on the boards if any other On-Site Grading events will be taking place in 2020. 2 would be the fewest I can remember.

Even Keystone 2019 didn't advertise On-Site until very late. For some of us, knowing sooner than later about an On-Site Events is key in planning our cons for the year.

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On 11/25/2019 at 5:40 PM, JonnySnyder said:

We are still working out all of the details for each show. Some shows from 2019 may not carry over to the 2020 schedule. We will update the events page on the CGC site as any new information becomes available. https://www.cgccomics.com/submit/events/

Is on-site re-holdering ever available at cons? I have a GA book that is in a very old CGC holder. The book can slide around very freely within the holder. Shipping it in the mail would very likely cause damage from so-called SCS (shaken comic syndrome). I live in the Detroit area; I'm less than enthusiastic about the prospect of having to drive all the way to Sarasota to have a comic book reholdered. There are quite a few cons that would be closer.

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