FurFright 2006

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FurFright 2006 was the fourth annual FurFright. The Halloween-themed anthropomorphic convention was held at the Sheraton Bradley Hotel in Windsor Locks, Connecticut from October 20 to 22, 2006.

The primary hotel was completely sold out with 515 attendees, requiring the use of the Days Inn and Comfort Suites as overflow hotels. The preliminary attendance count announced at closing ceremonies was 484, but this number was corrected shortly afterwards.

In addition to "Monster" attendee registration, there were "Zombie" Sponsor and "FrankenSponsor" levels.


Events and attractions at the con included a Dealers' Dungeon; fursuit games, parades, and photo shoots; a masquerade and talent show; game room and arcade; and a Creature Crypt hangout.

The guests of honor included Cybercat and Taurin Fox.


The official charities for FurFright 2006 included:

  • EARS, an Endangered Animal Rescue Sanctuary for big cats.
  • Regap of Connecticut, dedicated to the rescue and adoption of retired Greyhounds.


FurFright, Inc. started the year with $2215 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $7510 in assets, all cash. Liabilities were zero, making their gain/loss for the year $5295, and their net balance $7510.

Their total revenue was $19260, all from memberships.

Their expenses came to $11750, of which $2525 was for occupancy and utilities and $651 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: FurFright, Inc. Form 990-EZ (description [for regular Form 990]) from Foundation Center
Note: These financials provide just a brief overview, and should be considered in context. Each convention has its own situation, which may change from year to year. Special events (like art shows) that are part of a charity's mission are usually run at a loss. Conventions typically have many other expenses which may come to far more than those listed. Check the source for further details.

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