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Amiga Professionals Meeting at the upcoming Amiga 2001 show in St. Louis!

 Press Release
Amigan-St. Louis
Amiga2001 Computer Show
February 26, 2001

In just over a month the Amiga 2001 show will begin in St. Louis. It will
also herald the formation of the Amiga Professionals Association (APA) -
a group formed to serve ALL Amiga professionals; developers, resellers,
publishers and more.

The first meeting of the APA will be hosted by Kermit Woodall and will be
Friday evening. The meeting is open to all current professionals in the
Amiga market. Topics discussed will include mutual cooperation, the Amiga
market and the Amiga itself! Other topics are welcome as well.

There are no admission fees for the meeting of course, and all developers
are strongly urged to be sure they attend. You won't want to miss this
meeting!

Full information on the Amiga 2001 show follows.

Kermit Woodall

Two day admission (Sat. & Sun.)............... $17 ($20 at door)
One day admission (Sat. or Sun.).............. $12 ($15 at door)
Banquet-Petro ROAST & Bill McEwen speaks...... $35 (advance only)

Class tickets sold at show.
Friday is the Developers Conference - Tickets at door.

Please mail your check or money order, in U.S. funds, for tickets to
Amiga2001 and the banquet Saturday evening to this address:

Amigan-St. Louis
c/o Amiga2001
P.O. Box 672
Bridgeton, MO 63044
U.S.A.

For hotel reservations, call the Sheraton West Port - Chalet Hotel at 191
West Port Plaza Drive, in St. Louis, MO. at: 314-878-1500. You must call
between 8 am - 10:30 pm CST Monday thru Friday. Ask for the reservation
desk and tell them that you are going to Amiga2001 so that you get your
discount. If you call at any other hours or on weekends, you will not be
able to get ahold of the hotels reservation desk and the people answering
will not know about the Amiga2001 show. So please call between 8 am -
10:30 pm CST, Monday - Friday.

The web page http://www.amiga-stl.com is updated, and the prize page
is up. More will be added later, so stay tuned.

Best Regards,

Bob Scharp