I do not like to speak ill of any venue that hosts a Netrunenr event, but I feel compelled to say that everyone should avoid Toys N Things in Danvers MA.
What @Crunchums said is completely true. The tournament organizer is uninterested in netrunner, and does not put any effort into hosting the event.
I attended last year, and the tournament ran from 2pm until midnight. I was in the final with my brother, and we were not even allowed to take prizes home to figure out on our own, even though it was after 11pm.
I only lost in the final round of swiss, but the TO told me I was out of the cut. I challenged him to review my record and he had not counted all of my rounds. I was the top seed in the cut.
We didn't know if the cut should be top 4 or top 8 because we did not know how many people were in the event. The TO had no idea either. We wound up cutting to a top 8, which we had to organize and run ourselves.
Swiss rounds only happened because a player who runs tournaments at another local store came, and after round 1, ran the tournament himself. The TO did not time round 1, so it went for more than 90 minutes. That player did not make the cut, so the top 8 were on their own.
Again, I hate to speak ill of any location that is hosting a netrunner event. I love this game and I really like our local community. Toys N Things is the closest SC to my house, but I will not attend it. It is only because I really like our community that I warn you, do not attend a netrunner event at Toys N Things. The organizer does not know about, or care for the game, and it shows in his management of his events.