VCF PNW puts out call for Speakers and Exhibitors

VCF PNW which is scheduled for February 10-11 in Seattle is putting out a call for Exhibitors and Speaks for the event.   According to the email from them, :

In case you missed it we (the Vintage Computer Federation) is putting together a Vintage Computer Festival (VCF PNW) at the Living Computer Museum+Labs in Seattle.  We are actively looking for exhibitors and speakers for this new show.

The show will be held February 10th and 11th, 2018.  We are not planning to charge for admission to the show so visitors will be able to enjoy the museum, the exhibits, speakers and the consignment area all for the normal cost of museum admission.
We would like to get exhibitor registrations wrapped up by the end of November so that we can move to the next stage of planning.  If you have an idea for an exhibit and would like to hang out at the museum for two days talking vintage computers then consider signing up today.  Have an interesting topic for a presentation?  We need those too …  Newbies need not be scared; I’m new to this as well.
More information can be found at .  Please email me directly if you have questions or need encouragement.
Mike Brutman


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