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Announcement   Announcement : New dealer in Denmark.
   posted by Juzz on 8-Nov-2003 22:16:22 (1667 reads)
Justin Veggerby Kristensen also known as "Juzz" here on this site and several others is starting up as an AmigaOne dealer.

The main focus will be AmigaOnes and related hardware - a lot of work is being done to get the web page showing more "life" than it is now and there's even a new design coming up.


Though focus will be on AmigaOne other hardware will also be available for purchase once the web site has been updated to handle all product groups.

For now orders and info is handled through email:

info@amigaone.biz

The website is located at:

http://www.amigaone.biz

Currently the website can deal with two different languages, english and danish. The language is currently determined by what the browser is set for, but if you use AWeb you will autmatically get the danish version (since AWeb has no prefs setting for languages).

All comments and questions are welcome - just use the email above to get in contact with Justin.
    

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Troels 
Re: New dealer in Denmark.
Posted on 9-Nov-2003 0:17:15
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Congratulations Justin !!!

Looking forward to a time when I can afford an A1(lite?).

Have been some expensive months lately, so it wont be until January at the earliest.
Hopefully prices will be able to compete with the Peg2 at that point


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Re: New dealer in Denmark.
Posted on 9-Nov-2003 8:08:07
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Congratulations Juzz! You finally did it! I wish you all the best of luck in your new endeavour.


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Re: New dealer in Denmark.
Posted on 9-Nov-2003 15:01:37
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Congratulations

[Danish mode]Tillykke ... ser frem til at handle med jer, når jeg engang får penge nok ... Held og lykke [/Danish mode]


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Re: New dealer in Denmark.
Posted on 10-Nov-2003 5:11:09
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Thank you all for the nice reception

I am happy to serve the Amiga community


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