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PAX East Enforcer Interview

Submitted by on March 26, 2010 – 11:06 AMNo Comment | 355 views

To go to PAX East and to volunteer the majority of your time to be an Enforcer is a very noble sacrifice.  You give up your time so you can ensure that everyone stays orderly and that con-goers have the most fun possible.  It’s a job that is necessary, and something that we here at CosWatch are really not prepared for.  Like ever.

Our main man on the floor Joey V was able to get a quick interview with first year Enforcer Dominic who came up from New York state to help out the PAX experience.  He was also nice enough to lead Joe through the Boston snow flurries to where he needed to be to get his press pass.  So we automatically love him for live.

Enjoy the interview and look out for more interviews with the Enforcer staff as the convention continues!

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