Tabletop Gaymers is known for its GAYMER and ALLY Badge Ribbons that we give away at conventions like Gen Con, Origins Game Fair, PAX Unplugged, PaizoCon, and others. We use this promotional material to help gaymers self-identify at the conference and for allies to show their support. We also use this material to help promote our brand, our mission, and our other programs.
If you’ve picked up some swag at one of our events, please take a moment to register your swag!
If you’re willing to send us a picture of you wearing your swag, please send us a selfie!
If you’re interested in having some of our swag at your tabletop gaming event, please contact us!
Finally, if you are interested in some of our swag for personal pride, we ask that you make a donation. Keep in mind that we are not selling these products, per se. They are intended to be used at our events and for fundraising. As such, the suggested donations are a minimum and generally much higher than the actual value of the product.
GAYMER and ALLY Badge Ribbons
GAYMER and ALLY badge ribbons are distributed, for free, at all of our events.
At many of these events, vendors help distribute the ribbons. These vendors understand and support the mission of Tabletop Gaymers. We encourage you to visit our sponsors page and support these vendors. Let them know that you appreciate their support.
GAYMER and ALLY Wristbands
GAYMER and ALLY wristbands are sweet swag; pure and simple.
To get a wristband you need to actively participate during one of our events: ask a question during one of our seminars, teach or win a board game, lead a discussion, volunteer to help carry stuff to or from an event, help raise funds for one of our programs, or make a significant donor contribution.
GAYMER and ALLY Buttons
GAYMER and ALLY Buttons are intended to be used at events where a badge ribbon isn’t practical.
We also use these buttons as thank yous and rewards for participating and attending our Tabletop Gaymer sponsored events. The buttons are 1.75″ round buttons and are perfect to wear after the convention to show your pride and support.