We would like to take this opportunity to bring you some important information about how you can get in touch with us here at Auto Assembly. For those of you who do not know, Auto Assembly Committee Head Simon Plumbe became unemployed in late 2010. However, in 2011 for health reasons he was no longer able to look for work. As a result he now spends his time during daytime hours running Auto Assembly leaving evenings and weekends free to spend with his family.
This means that he is now able to devote more time to the convention and run it more efficiently and respond more rapidly but also means that he needs to control the hours that he “works” on the convention to ensure that it does not interfere with his private life. As such we will now have set hours when we will be working on the convention and responding to telephone calls and emails. These will be:-
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm GMT.
Outside of these hours we will not be able to respond to emails, telephone calls or texts unless it is an absolute emergency and we will endeavour to reply to your messages / enquiries on the first available working day. Bookings made during evenings or weekends will also be processed on the first available “duty period”. As the convention draws closer in our “rush” period, we are likely to be working longer hours but please bear in mind that we are not paid for running Auto Assembly and this is done strictly as a hobby and without having the chance to spend time away from running the convention and have time with our families, we would not be able to dedicate the time that we do to Auto Assembly.
Thankyou for your understanding.
You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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