The AAA Awards
In association with Amiga, Cloanto and Amiga - St. Louis
AAA Awards Information Manager needed!For Immediate Release
Permission Granted To Redistribute Without Alteration
Stockholm, Sweden. Tuesday October 5, 1999.
The AAA Awards, the Amiga Community's grand achievement awards, are in need of a new Information Manager to handle its Public Relations.
What is it?As Information Manager, your job is basically to handle the AAA Awards' internal and public communications.
When it comes to external information, a lot of templates and such exist to get you started, which also goes for prizes. The AAA Awards have a webmaster handling the web pages, so your main role in web design would be as an "art director". It might also be possible to split duties between committee members. The AAA Awards is a non-profit project, and thus no-one is payed for their work.
Who are we looking for?
Who are we?The AAA Awards Committee is a small team organizing and co-ordinating the world-wide efforts of the AAA Awards. Current members are spread in Europe, but applicants of any origin are certainly welcome!
ApplyingIf you would like to become part of the AAA Awards team, please apply straight away!
Send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know: name, age, location, relevant experience, computer equipment and anything else you would like us to know.
AAA Awards, homepage www.aaa-awards.org AAA Awards, phone hotline +46-90-71 00 20 (24 hours) AAA Awards, fax +46-90-71 01 46 Martin SahlÚn, e-mail email@example.com
The AAA Awards 1998 are presented in association with AMIGA and Cloanto
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