Intangible Assets Manufacturing Announces Lower Prices
Dear Amiga Community Member:
Please help us, we've been censored! We at IAM are offering new low sale prices on our Amiga products, but we are now even more dependent than ever on word-of-mouth to help us sell them. For the last six months, IAM has been running a full-page advertisement in Amazing Computing, the last general-interest Amiga print magazine left in North America. Our ad gives information on all of our products. As of the December, 1996 issue, when we were to announce a new product and major discounts on other products, Amazing Computing will no longer allow us to pay to advertise our full product line in their magazine. Details of this story are available on our Web site, but the most important issue for us is that we have to get the word out about our new low sale prices.
The Amiga community is too important to be torn apart by arguments or grudges, or to be hampered by censorship. We still ask our North American customers to continue supporting Amazing Computing, just as we ask them to support all Amiga publishers. Call or write to Amazing Computing today. Please say "I support free speech," as you subscribe or renew: Amazing Computing, PIM Publications, P.O. Box 2140, Fall River, MA 02722-2140 1-508-678-4200, 1-800-345-3360, fax: 1-508-675-6002.
We also ask you to support IAM.
We need your help to spread the word about our products. Please tell your friends about us, try to get our products listed in your user group newsletter, put us on your BBS, link to us on your Web page, write positive reviews of our products, or whatever you can do. Our web page is at http://www.iam.com/. If there is anything we can do to help you get the word out, please contact us.
We are especially in need of help reaching people who can't find out about us on the Internet.
Thank you in advance for whatever help you can give us.
Dale L. Larson
Intangible Assets Manufacturing
The best way to get more information about IAM is through the
We also have an AmigaGuide format catalog of our Amiga products which can be FTP'd from file://ftp.iam.com/biz/iam/iam.lha, and you can get an automatic reply with current information on our products by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Low sale prices valid through 31-Dec-96:
In addition to the major new discounts, our December (and future) ads would also have indicated that we will be at the "Gateway Computer Show- Amiga 97" in St. Louis on March 15 & 16, 1997. The organizer of that event, Bob Scharp, has already indicated that he'd be happy to have us sell our new book at that show.
We don't accept COD orders, but do accept checks in US dollars, as well as Visa and MC (no Amex or Discover). Our shipping and handling charges are flat-rate: you can order up to one of each of our products for the same charge. We ship via USPS or UPS at our option. In the US: $6 for ground, or $9 for air. Elsewhere: $9 for ground and $15 for air.
Our Amiga products are available through Amiga dealers world wide. Small dealers in North America can order from Software Hut. For end-users without a local dealer, three of our larger mail-order dealers (in alphabetical order) are: Safe Harbor (1 800 544 6599), Software Hut (1 800 932 6442), and Zipperware (206 223 1107).
email@example.com -- bot mails you current info on our products
firstname.lastname@example.org -- to ask questions
or to place an order.
Intangible Assets Manufacturing
828 Ormond Avenue
Drexel Hill, PA 19026-2604
voice: +1 610 853 4406 (orders only)
fax: +1 610 853 3733