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February 22, 2001

Attention all Amigans - Airfare Sales

Best Way Travel, our official travel agency for the
Amiga2001 show, has advised me that good airfares
are available now. So if you are considering
attending the Amgia2001 show, and need to travel
a distance that would make air or rail travel
a necessity, I suggest you contact them now.

Best Way Travel Service, LTD.
12330 Natural Bridge Rd.
Bridgeton, MO 63044

800-325-4942 (in U.S.)

Airfares do flucuate, and sales have been running,
but now is a good time. Both TWA and Southwest
fly many flights into St. Louis airport. Other
airlines such as American, United and others
also have flights, but not nearly as many.

Note: If you are concerned about TWA, you may gain
some assurance from our viewpoint. It appears that
American Airlines seems determined to purchase TWA.

In the meantime I believe that service at TWA will
continue as it always has. TWA is the number one
on-time airline almost all the time in the airline
industry, and has an extremely good safety record.
In addition, they offer good service and low fares.
This type of service is expected to continue
throughout the purchase and after the purchase
by American Airlines.


Bob Scharp
Amigan-St. Louis

Amigan-St. Louis
P.O. Box 672
Bridgeton, MO 63044

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Friday March 30 thru Sunday April 1, 2001

Now featuring companies like: Amiga, FWD Computing,
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the Gateway Amiga Club Inc., Bounce-back Videos,
Amigan-St. Louis, Mr. Hardware, the PC Journal,
G & G Publishing - producers of The New Amigan Magazine,
Brewster Productions, AmiTech Dayton Amiga Users Group,
Amiga Active Magazine of the UK, Nova Design Inc.,
NAG - Northwest Amiga Group, Charles Marks, a noted
artist of Claw Marks Productions. He is coming from
Jonesboro Arkansas to exhibit his lithographs at his
booth. Mr. Marks is also designing the limited edition
Amiga2001 show shirt for Amigan-St. Louis as well.
Other exhibitors are: Legacy Maker Inc., Downix, Inc.
Newest additions to the exhibitor list include
the St. Louis Computer User, AmigaZone (Harv Laser's
famous Amiga site) and SACC (the Sacramento Amiga Computer
Club). More exhibitors are being added each week, so
check the web site.