INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN MINI-EXPO V
The Chicago Computer Society is pleased to announce the
date for its Mini-Expo V has been set as
16, 2006. The theme of this year’s program will be
the Digital Revolution.
The South Suburban Computer Club will again host this
year’s program at Prairie State College, 202 S.
Halsted Street, Chicago
Heights, IL 60411.We
invite your participation.
What is the Chicago Computer Society?
The Chicago Computer Society, a 501(c)3
organization, is the largest computer users group in
metropolitan area with over 20 general and special
interest meetings per month. Our membership covers the
entire spectrum from beginner to professional.
Why should I participate in the Mini-Expo?
Participation provides your company with an opportunity
to present its product to an audience committed to
computer usage. The diverse membership of the Society
means you can talk to professional system administrators
and programmers as well as home and recreational
computer users who often bring the entire family to this
event. Some of our last Mini-Expo participants were
Epson, AMD, MicroTek and
more. This is an excellent venue for presenting your
products for business or recreational use for the
upcoming gift giving season.
How do I register?
Enclosed, you will find a registration form that
explains the differing levels of participation available
to you. Fill it out, return it, and you’re set. Space is
limited so the sooner you register the better.
My company is unable to attend. Can I still participate?
Yes. You can participate by donating samples of your
company’s products for door prizes. Your product flyers
and data sheets will also be made available to
attendees. Send flyers and products to: Al Cheeks
Chicago Computer Society,
Road, Olympia Fields, Il 60461.
We look forward to your joining us for a fun day at
Prairie State College. Thank you for your user group
relationship and your participation in Mini-Expo V,
Enjoying the Digital
Revolution. Please visit us at
www.ccs.org for more information about