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Posted on 06-Jul-2003 03:30 GMT by Eric Schwartz6 comments
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AmiTech-Dayton Amiga User Group is again organizing AmigaFest, the show within a show at the Dayton Fall Computerfest®. Computerfest® is August 23 and 24 at the Hara Conference and Exhibition Center, 1001 Shiloh Springs Road, Dayton, Ohio. AmigaFest 2003, the show within a show @ the Dayton Fall Computerfest®

AmiTech-Dayton Amiga User Group is again organizing AmigaFest, the show within a show at the Dayton Fall Computerfest®. Computerfest® is August 23 and 24 at the Hara Conference and Exhibition Center, 1001 Shiloh Springs Road, Dayton, Ohio.

This will be the fourth year for AmigaFest, however, it is taking on added importance this year since there is no Amiga only show in the eastern half of the country this year. For that reason we want to expand AmigaFest this year to maximize the exposure of the new generation of Amiga and Amiga-like systems, particularly the Amiga One/OS-4 and Pegasos/MorphOS systems to the general public.

For the average Amigaphile, AmigaFest/Computerfest® will have, not only, a good selection of Amiga Gear available, but a broad range of computer gear of all types, many at fantastic prices.

For potential Amiga exhibitors, Computerfest® is a big show and will draw 30,000 people, many of whom are Amigafiles so it is provides, not only, an opportunity for sales of of your stock of current Amiga equipment, but an excellent platform to expose these new systems to the maximum audience.

For more information about the overall show see the Computerfest® web site, http://www.computerfest.com . If you are interested in the AmigaFest portion of the show please contact me by email.

Ron Schwartz
AmigaFest Coordinator.
schwartr@gemair.com

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