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Events   Events : AmiWest 2004
   posted by Anonymous on 31-Mar-2004 6:23:40 (1575 reads)
Announcing AmiWest 2004!

AmiWest 2004 is rolling! While many others have come and gone, AmiWest is still rolling and in its seventh year. The AmiWest committee is proud to announce we are again hosting this year's show in Sacramento, California, at the Inn at the Oaks, a member of the Choice Hotel group.


This venue has been completely remodeled upscale to the next level in service and accomodations. Amazingly, the rates are LOWER THAN LAST YEAR and the hotel management much more accomodating, according to our SACC Vice President for AmiWest 2004 operations. The dates are July 24th and 25th, 2004.

This year's theme is "Back to the Roots" since our newly remodeled and upscale venue is our original AmiWest location morphed into a 5-star facility. AmiWest is in it's seventh year and is the only Amiga show produced on the West Coast of the United States. The show has proved very popular for Amiga enthusiasts in the Western United States as well as attracting attenders and exhibitors world-wide.

Space is available for rent to companies, clubs, organizations, and individuals producing Amiga related products and services as well as exhibiting items of interest to Amigans.

If you know of any vendors/suppliers/anything AMIGA-related that you think belongs at this show, let us know and we will contact them. Alternatively, point them to our webpage at SACC.

This weekend event will again showcase the progress that IS the Amiga Community. The "roots" of the Amiga community are still growing and still healthy. We welcome all who will attend in peace and understanding. Where the show is going to be!

AmiWest 2004 will be at the

Inn at the Oaks

2600 Auburn Blvd.

Sacramento California 95821

Reservations Phone 1-916-487-7600 (toll-free line to be announced later) and by snail-mail at the above address.

Please watch our website at SACC for continuing news and information regarding AmiWest 2004. We are on target for another improved show! See you there!

SACC
    

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Bodie 
Re: AmiWest 2004
Posted on 31-Mar-2004 6:52:53
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Should prove to be an interesting and great show . I wonder who the presenters will be at the banquet this time around?

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Ryu 
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woohoo! couple of late nights for me then in July.. unless of course my report site gets a ton of donations, then I can fly out to the show, but realistically that isnt going to happen.

I hope Bill will be doing the sterling job of providing shoutcast and webcams.


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Re: AmiWest 2004
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If everything goes well I will be there.

But first things first, I hope to see as many AW members at AmiGBG04 as possible. C YA all upcoming Saturday.

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I wont be at AmiGBG either, I tried to sell off a machine to fund it but no one was interested.


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Xand 
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@Ryu
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woohoo! couple of late nights for me then in July.. unless of course my report site gets a ton of donations, then I can fly out to the show, but realistically that isnt going to happen .


Gee, that looks amazingly like another post....

So I'll do the same:

Excellent!!

I'm flying out there for it this year - hopefully with lots of cash.


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yes, on a completely different website, that a lot of people here no longer read. I tend to post hte same remarks to the same threads if they are on several sites and i have an interest in the thread.


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I will be there.

I was there last year, it was the first time I ever saw another Amiga user. I used Amigas for 15 years and never met anyone else who ever admitted to having used one. I saw the people whose words I had read on the internet. I heard Ben Hermans speak. His remarks were consistant with what I had been reading about on the web. I saw that this talk about a rebirth of Amiga OS was actually real!

I will be dragging others along with me. I have been telling them the story of the Amiga struggle for a long time now. They want to see what it is that has me so excited.

Lucky to have only a two hour drive to this show.


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