Read my previous article here, if you're not familiar with what's going on in Indiana with Gen Con.
An hour ago, Gen Con LLC announced a new letter to it's loyal following, again penned by Adrian Swartout, owner and CEO of Gen Con. Adrian reaffirms Gen Con's commitment to making the next 5 years in Indianapolis the best possible.
"What does the future hold for Gen Con in 2021 and beyond? Planning and bidding for our convention is a long-term process that begins five years prior to contract-term commencement. Discussions, whether to remain in Indy or move elsewhere, have begun."
You can read the letter in it's entirety here: http://files.gencon.com/Letter_to_Atte…
"If you have positive or negative experiences with local hospitality during Gen Con, we want to hear about it."
Although I first passed it off as a standard customer service reminder, I realized that it might be more. It continues:
"We will create an email feedback form for attendees prior to the 2015 convention, and review your experiences at our annual post-convention employees summit. We encourage attendees to continue to voice their opinions via social media or if they feel more comfortable, to send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Customer Service line at 800–5 29–3976 (x3806)."
If I read between the lines, and take in account to insider information I have, I believe that she's indicating that Gen Con will use the collected information to quietly cut ties with anyone who uses SB101 to discriminates against staff and attendees.