Who We Are
Our website address is: https://armadillocon.org/d43.
ArmadilloCon is sponsored by the Fandom Association of Central Texas, Inc., a Texas nonprofit. Find out more about F.A.C.T. at http://www.fact.org.
Contact F.A.C.T. at P.O. Box 26442, Austin, TX, 78755-6442
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