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More Boing Logos Discovered -- And DevCon Posters
Intangible Assets Manufacturing's Boing Ball logo promotion was so
successful that el Presidente Dale L. Larson went out in search of any
remaining stashes of these valuable collector's items. His quest is
complete. IAM is again offering an assortment of these valuable collectors
items free with any paid order direct from IAM, while supplies last.
Customers will receive, as long as they are available, a metallic square
boing logo, and metallic rectangular logos. One of the rectangular logo
designs has the boing ball with the word "Amiga," the other has a rainbow
checkmark with the word "Amiga." Both are supplied in two sizes. They all
have an adhesive backing. These logos were originally produced for the
A1000, but Commodore changed the logo design just before the first A1000s
were manufactured, leaving these as surplus. They have been prized by
Amiga insiders throughout Amiga history. They have been described by the
Amiga Web Directory as "the quintessential Amiga collector's items."
Also while supplies last, IAM customers placing a direct order for
merchandise totaling more than $100 can get one of the few remaining
historic 2nd Annual Amiga Developers Conference posters. These full-size
art posters from 1987(?) feature a print from "RoboCity". Being nearly 10
years old, the posters are not in perfect condition, but should still look
great in a frame. IAM has more than a dozen to give away.
These offers apply only to new orders. IAM will not sell these items
separately or ship them except with a new order. Offer subject to
withdrawal at any time, our lawyers are bigger than your lawyers, etc.
To hunt down more logos, Larson asked several dozen former Commodore
engineers and sales people, and he unearthed two new sources for these
logos. As far as he knows, these are the only remaining available
quantities of these logos on the planet. IAM estimates that we have a few
months supply, and we will update our web site immediately when the supply
runs out. Thanks to Randell Jesup (Senior Software Engineer at Commodore,
now at Scala), and Jeff Porter (Director of Advanced Systems at Commodore,
now VP of Engineering for Scala) for giving up their supplies so that IAM
could make them available to you. (And thanks to Bryce Nesbitt and Dave
Haynie, who made their supplies available earlier.) John Orr (formerly of
CATS) provided the supply of posters.
Intangible Assets Manufacturing
828 Ormond Avenue
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