Update: MCCC Flea Market Extravaganza '99

Flea Market Extravaganza '99

Where : The Brookside Convention Center, Hurst, Texas

When : Saturday, September 25, 1999

Time : 12:00 to 4:00pm

Admission : Free


One of the main goals of last year's Extravaganza was to bring user groups in the region together. We were successful! Members from the Central Texas Amiga Computing Society (CTACS) in Austin (http://www.main.org/ctacs/), the Tulsa Amiga Group (TAG), and the X-otic Computer Systems of San Antonio (XCSSA) were present. Amiga enthusiasts from Houston, College Station and other Texas and Oklahoma locales were also in attendance. This year we are putting on our thirteenth annual computer Amiga show with the help and support of CTACS. So come and join us and show your support for the Amiga.

Amiga Computer Flea Market

Hardware and Software for Amiga computers, from members and non-members, will be for sale. The flea market will be open to members for a fee of 5% on items sold. A fee of 10% will be charged to non-members on items sold.


Items for sale must be turned into a club representative. Prices are set ahead of time and sales are handled by club representatives. Arrangements MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE. Items will NOT be accepted on the day of the show. There will be no exceptions. Items to be sold at the flea market may be turned in at one of the chapter meetings or you may make arrangements with one of these club representatives:

Mark Stodola Cedar Hill (972) 299-6824
Ned Kelly Arlington (817) 277-5825
David Owens Fort Worth (817) 847-5486
Dan Stockelman Dallas (972) 985-8522


Cash and checks accepted from members.
Cash only accepted from non-members.

Prices will be reduced at 3:00 pm.

Door Prizes

Drawings will be held throughout the day. You must be present to win.

MCCC Amiga Library

The entire MCCC library of Amiga computer disks, over 2,000 disks, will be available.

Special Membership Offer

13 months for the price of 12. This offer is good for new or renewed memberships.

Amiga Wares Available

Amiga Wares (shirts, caps and more) from Randomize, Inc. (http://www.amigawares.com) will be available at the show.


A class/demo of the new 3.5 Operating System will be held if it is released by the show. We are planning a class on AREXX by Don Kassenbaum, from CTACS. Also demos of Music-X by another CTACS member and using Amiga and MIDI by an MCCC Member are being arranged.

3.5 Operating System Available for Sale

Copies of the new 3.5 Operating System will be available for sale by Exodus Multimedia.

Amiga 1200 Computer Raffle

A raffle drawing will be held at the close of the show for an Amiga 1200 Magic Pack. The A1200 is a brand new boxed Magic Pack, complete with software and manuals, and without a hard drive, courtesy of Amiga International in Germany. Tickets are $1.00 per chance, cash only. Tickets will be available at the show and at the CTACS and at both MCCC September meetings. You need not be present to win.

Amiga Computer Dealers

Exodus Multimedia (http://exodusmm.com), a local dealer/developer, will be at the show. Exodus will have classic Amiga OS items for sale, including the new 3.5 Operating System. Currently Exodus is working on the first Amiga NG powered digital video workstation, Maverick! They hope to have the Maverick at the show.

Space is available to rent for dealers, companies or user groups. Please inquire on rates.


The Brookside Convention Center is located at 1244 Brookside Drive in Hurst. To get to the Convention Center get to Highway 183/121 and take the Precinct Line Road exit and drive south on Precinct Line Road. After approximately 0.3 miles turn left (east), on Bedford Euless Road. Drive 0.4 miles to Brookside Drive. The Convention Center is on the southeast corner. There is plenty of parking space, and parking is free.


Amiga has delayed the release of the new 3.5 OS. The new Operating System might not be released as of September 25th. We will do everything possible to have 3.5 at the show. Thank you for your understanding.

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MCCC is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the support of Amiga computers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. For more information check the club web site at: http://www.startext/np/agm Or send email to: mstodola@airmail.net

Press Release Date: September 9,1999

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