Petro Tyschtschenko Unveiled The New Amiga Hymn In Finland
ESPOO, FINLAND - March 29, 1998 - Saku 98, organized by the Finnish Amiga Users Group on March 28th in Vantaa, was the biggest Amiga only event in Finland in years. Estimated total of 500 people visited the exhibition during the day and almost 250 were listening Petro Tyschtschenko's speech.
Amiga International's Petro Tyschtschenko launched his new Amiga hymn at Saku 98. There were five different versions of this promotional song, ranging from classical to pop. The techno version, which Mr. Tyschtschenko played after his speech, featured the lyrics "Back for the future" and "Amiga". Another highlight of Mr. Tyschtschenko's speech was the promise of cheaper A1200 computers for the members of the Finnish Amiga Users Group.
The exhibition was attended by the leading Finnish Amiga retailers Amigator, Broadline Oy, Gentle Eye Ky and Tsunami Trading, and the hardware manufacturer Petsoff Limited Partnership (of Delfina fame). New products, such as the Phase 5 Blizzard PPC, were on display and a lot of Amiga software and hardware was being sold. Mr. Tyschtschenko was present the whole day and handed out Amiga stickers and lighters.
For further information, visit Finnish Amiga Users Group's Web Site at http://batman.jytol.fi/~saku/ or http://tzimmola.tky.hut.fi/saku/. E-mail inquiries may be sent to Janne Siren (email@example.com).
About Finnish Amiga Users Group
Finnish Amiga Users Group is a non-profit organization for promoting Amiga computing and helping Amiga users in Finland. Also known as Saku, after its disk magazine, the group is trying to accomplish its goals by organizing meetings and by publishing a disk magazine. Since 1993 the Finnish Amiga Users Group and its predecessors have released 24 issues of the disk magazine and held five gatherings.