[Ubuntu PA] Allentown Computer fair!

Joe Terranova joeterranova at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 18:11:49 GMT 2007

I'm not a very big fan of MarketPro (they do the Trenton Computer
Festival as well). In TCF's case, you can usually get volunteer status
if you ask the people themselves, not marketpro. I was able to get a
free table from MarketPro by assuring that we were not selling
anything (they made us still pay 15 per person for vendor badges).
Usually works better the earlier you start.

On Dec 3, 2007 12:53 PM, brent saner <brent.saner at gmail.com> wrote:
> Alex Launi wrote:
> > Ok, I just got off the phone with the woman from Marketpro (the
> > company who hosts the shows), and after a long debate about the merits
> > of free software, the price of the show is $128/day + $40 electricity.
> > Are we able to scrounge together some funds? If we can't get a booth
> > then we're not allowed to advertise, so it's that or nothing.
> >
> count me in; for volunteering and for funds! (yay for employment)
> did you x-post this to PLUG yet? i don't see it, so i'm guessing not. i
> know there are plenty of *buntu users in there that'd be interested and
> i'm not sure how many cross-memberships we have between groups.
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