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13.Dec.2000
Bob Scharp


Amiga 2001 - Website online
We already have several exhibitors listed in this first listing of our web pages. More will be added each week. Be sure to keep posted on this the biggest Amiga show in the Americas.

St. Louis is centrally located in the heart of the U.S., and is served by several airlines, including TWA, which has a hub here. Check the web page for the phone number of our official travel agency, Best Way Travel. They can help you get your travel arrangements made to attend the show.

Amiga2001 - an Amiga Odyssey, will be hosted at the Sheraton West Port Hotel, located in St. Louis, MO. The hotel is physically located in the city of Maryland Heights at:

Sheraton West Port Hotel
900 West Port Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63146

For reservations contact them at 314-878-1500 and ask for the reservation desk. Reservations is open from 8 AM until 10:30 PM CST. Be certain to tell them that you are attending the Amiga2001 show, so that you get the special rates. Stay at the Sheraton West Port, get special rates, and help the show. The Sheraton has 17 Restaurants, 6 Bistros, a Comedy Night Club, a two screen Cinema, the West Port Playhouse, and several snack shops, magazine shop and speciality shops all available and within a one to five minute walk. Convenient undercover parking for guest as well.

While your viewing the web page, be certain to send in your money for tickets to attend and tickets for the Amiga2001 Banquet to be held Saturday evening. The show is Friday, March 30 thru Sunday April 1st, 2001. Friday is the Developers Conference with classes and the vendor setup Friday evening. Saturday and Sunday are the exhibit floor displays with lots of exhibitors showing off their latest Amiga products and offering good prices to boot. Classes are also available on Saturday and Sunday for those not quite up to the more challenging ones on Friday.

Check out the Amiga2001 web pages and come enjoy the show and say happy retirement to Petro Tyschtschenko, who will retire while at the show on Saturday, March 31.

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