Panther Launch Party at Tekserve - iPods raffled off every hour!
New York, NY October 24, 2003 Tekserve, New York’s independent Mac shop, will be celebrating the launch of OS X 10.3 with a Think Panther event on Friday, October 24th from 7:30 to 11 PM. There will be live music by Andy Stein and His Swing Quartet, refreshments, and raffles. Dancing is optional.
Of course, the new Mac OS 10.3 “Panther” will be available for purchase starting at 8PM, and five dollars will be donated to Defenders of Wildlife for every copy sold.
A 15GB iPod will be raffled every hour on the half hour starting at 8:30PM. Tekserve will also have an exceptional special offer on the 1.6 GHz Power Mac G5, and deals on closeout Macs, including the PowerBook G4 867 with 640 MB and Airport Extreme for $1500, and a the 17” 1GHz PowerBook G4 with 1GB of RAM for $2500.
Tekserve is New York’s largest Apple Specialist and stocks all current Macintosh models, as well as special configurations, closeouts, thousands of related accessories and software titles. With over thirty technicians, Tekserve also offers a wide range of repair, upgrade and data recovery services. Tekserve provides turnkey Audio and Video production systems based on Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Avid’s DV Xpress Pro with Mojo, eMagic Logic, DigiDesign Protools HD Accel, Xserve with Xserve RAID, and other powerful hardware and software solutions. Tekserve also stocks the new Solid State Logic XLogic range to enhance Macintosh based audio recording and production systems.
Tekserve is located at 119 West 23rd Street near 6th Avenue, in New York’s Flatiron district. Regular store hours are 9 to 7 weekdays, 10 to 5 on Saturdays, and Noon to 5 on Sundays. Phone 212 929-3645 or visit tekserve.com.
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