Until now, those interested in attending the
2002 Gulf Coast Technology Summit and Exposition
for the sole purpose of participating in seminars presented by Apple had to pay the full single-day seminar pass of US$150.
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No longer. Both Apple seminars, plus a full day’s pass to all other seminars at the conference are now only $75. You can only take advantage of the deal by calling toll-free 1-877-912-8356 and asking for George C. Scarborough. You may also e-mail him at
Apple will participate in the second annual Gulf Coast Technology Summit and Exposition in Pensacola, Florida, on Sept. 25-27. Apple will present seminars on Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”) and their line of “iApps” (iMovie, iTunes, iDVD, iPhoto and iCal). Dave Brightbill, board member of the Apple Consultants Network, and Mike Kozee, development executive for Apple Computer, will conduct the two-hour seminars.
In its second year, the Gulf Coast Technology Summit and Exposition will be held at the Pensacola Civic Center. It’s expected to attract more than 3,000 attendees, 80 exhibitors, and will feature 40 seminars given by professionals in a variety of technology fields. For more information, visit the expo Web site.