The AAA Awards
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Holger Kruse receives the AAA Award International 1997Contact: Mattias Wadenstein, Information Manager email@example.com
London, UK. Saturday May 16, 1998.Holger Kruse, creator of well-known Amiga Internet connection software "Miami", received today the AAA Award International 1997 at the World of Amiga show in London, UK!
PresentationThe AAA Award International 1997, consisting of a custom designed crystal glass Boing ball and a fine diploma, was handed over by Petro Tyschtschenko, MD of Amiga International, Inc. who along with Martin Sahlén, director of AAA Awards, performed the presentation.
Holger Kruse, voted winner by Amiga users all over the world, expressed his gratitude for receiving this recognition. The ceremony was performed at the Novotel Exhibition Centre, Hammersmith, London.
MotivationThe motivation, for which Mr. Kruse received the AAA Award International 1997:
"For creating Miami, 'the first TCP/IP stack for EVERY Amiga user'. The inexpensive, fast and easy fashion of Miami has helped making the Amiga a true Internet computer with a wave of new applications as a result."
AcknowledgementsThe AAA Awards Committee wishes to thank all Amiga users who voted, Amiga International Inc. and the World of Amiga management for their support.
The AAA Awards 1997 presented in proud association with AMIGA Internation al, Inc. and Cloanto.
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