The AAA Awards
In association with Amiga, Cloanto and Amiga - St. Louis
The 1999 USA AAA Awards presented!For Immediate Release
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Martin Sahlén - firstname.lastname@example.org, +46-8-673 73 23 - Director, The AAA Awards
Bob Scharp - email@example.com - Amiga 2k organizer
Stockholm, Sweden - Sunday, May 14, 2000.The 1999 USA AAA Awards were presented at the Amiga 2k show in St. Louis, April 1-2 2000. The first USA AAA Awards went to Kermit Woodall (Community) and SoftLogik Publishing (Product). Please accept our sincere apologies for this late announcement.
We hope to provide you with photo coverage of the event soon, available at www.aaa-awards.org/winners/1999.php.
The Community awardThe AAA Award USA - Community 1999 went to Kermit Woodall of Nova Design. He was selected the greatest 1999 US Amiga personality by the US Amiga community in the public voting.
The motivation given was:
"For being an inspiration to the US Amiga community, with never failing commitment, by attending shows, involvement in initiatives such as ICOA and the AAC, and always giving appreciated support to the community and dealers."
The Product AwardThis year also marked the launching of the first Product awards. The AAA Award USA - Product 1999 went to SoftLogik Publishing, represented by owner Deron Kazmaier. Their DTP package PageStream 4 was selected the best US Amiga product!
The exact motivation given by the jury was:
"Best product released for the Amiga, and certainly the best publishing package available in it's price performance class. SoftLogik has been a rock in the Amiga community, developing good products like PageStream for many years. It is without doubt that Amiga would not be able to hold even the position it does today, without products like PageStream 4."
Still to come......is the AAA Award International, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom! Please check our homepage www.aaa-awards.org for up-to-date information on where & when.
AcknowledgementsThe AAA Awards are organized by ACG's AAA Awards Committee in co-operation with AMIGA, Amiga-St. Louis, AmigaSOC, Amiga Users Club of Spain, Cloanto and Gateway Amiga Club.
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