Illustrated How To Get There Guide Now Online
ESPOO, FINLAND - August 21, 1999 - Saku 99, the biggest Amiga event in Finland this year, is now only two weeks away. The show will feature lots of competitions, demonstrations and Amiga goodies for sale. Once again, Petro Tyschtschenko will be there to talk about the latest developments at Amiga - and hopefully we can demonstrate some of them.
Saku 99 is organized by the Finnish Amiga Users Group and admittance will be free of charge. For those who are uncertain of it's location, we have prepared an illustrated How To Get There guide and collected travelling instructions on our Web site. These include instructions for foreign visitors, so be sure to check them out.
Please visit http://batman.jytol.fi/~saku/english/ or our mirror site http://tzimmola.tky.hut.fi/saku/english/, for further information. E-mail inquiries may be sent to Janne Sirén (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About Saku 99
Saku 99 will be the biggest Amiga event in Finland this year. Following the success of Saku 98, which was visited by some 500 Amiga enthusiasts, Saku 99 is aimed to be bigger and better than the previous events. Mr. Petro Tyschtschenko of Amiga has already confirmed his presence and other great highlights are planned. Saku 99 will be held on Saturday September 4th 1999 at the Science Centre Heureka in Vantaa, near Helsinki.
About Finnish Amiga Users Group
Finnish Amiga Users Group (Suomen Amiga-käyttäjät ry.) is a non-profit organization for promoting Amiga computing and helping Amiga users in Finland. Also known as Saku, after it's disk magazine, the group is trying to accomplish it's goals by organizing meetings and by publishing a disk magazine. Since 1993 the Finnish Amiga Users Group and it's predecessors have released over thirty issues of the disk magazine and held several public gatherings. Other accomplishments include the Web site and Sakunet, a national Fidonet style network of Amiga related bulletin board systems.