On December 18, 2010 the world’s final major Amiga/Commodore event “the Netherlands Commodore Show” was held at the Trefpunt, Kerkweg 21, in Maarssen Holland. The show ran from about ten in the morning until four that afternoon.
While the show was meant to highlight recent innovations within the Commodore and Amiga classic gaming community, as well as celebrate old school hits and favorites, a fan favorite of the show were the raffles and prizes. Of course, everyone is interested in new hardware and software creations that may lead the resurgence of their favorite platforms, but realistically, attendees loved the idea of the C=flea market, the lottery filled with great prizes, C shirts, or the 1581 disk drive that was up for grab.
Because the event fell so close to Christmas, visitors, vendors and designers were asked to show their Christmas spirit by bringing ornaments, decorations and tabletop displays in the Christmas theme. Read more here.
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