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Other World Computing Offers Free Admission Passes to Macworld Conference & Expo 2007Free passes provide free entry to Macworld 2007 for first look at Mac, iPod, and OWC introductions (November 30, 2006) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Other World Computing (OWC) today announced availability of Free Exhibit Hall Guest Passes for Macworld Conference & Expo 2007 through the popular OWC e-commerce portal www.MacSales.com.
Hosted by Other World Computing as a free download, the complimentary Macworld Conference & Expo admission passes (valued at $45 each) are offered in appreciation to the Mac community for making OWC the premier choice for Mac and iPod upgrades and accessories. Attendees must register their free passes by December 11, 2006 - per terms of the Macworld Conference & Expo. Visit: www.MacSales.com/macworld
The Macworld Conference & Expo, held January 9-12 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center, is recognized as the most prominent annual Mac and iPod consumer trade show. The 2007 Macworld event will feature a keynote address by Apple Computer, Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, an address by famed film director Kevin Smith ("Clerks", "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back"), and "Macworld Live with David Pogue" featuring the EMMY winning journalist. Jobs traditionally unveils the newest Apple Mac or iPod product introductions during his keynote.
Other World Computing will be located at Booth 2218 as one of the prominent exhibitors and innovative product retailers at the Macworld event. Technical experts from Other World Computing will be on hand at the OWC Macworld exhibit at Booth 2218 in the Moscone Center to demonstrate the latest Mac and iPod upgrades offered by Other World Computing.
An Other World Computing press conference is scheduled for January 9th at 1:00 P.M., following Steve Jobs' address and prior to Kevin Smith's presentation, to unveil the newest ground-breaking product offering from OWC, presented in collaboration with developer Axiotron.
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