Atari Party 2010
Sunday, March 14th in Davis, California
On this page you'll find a flyer, a handout,
a web banner, and text of a press release
that can be used to promote Atari Party 2010.
Enjoy, and thanks for helping spread the word!
Download the official Atari Party 2010 promotional flyer.
It's a 300dpi, 8.5"x11" (US Letter) PDF, available in both
color and greyscale. Please post it where appropriate!
Less nerdy method:
This is a US Letter (8.5"x11") sheet with two handouts on it (so they need to
be cut in half). Good for stacking out at places where they let you put business
cards or postcard-sized handouts for events.
Feel free to use this web banner to link to this website:
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Postable Press Release
This is (a version of) the press release we sent out to news media
regarding this event:
Atari video game aficionados from near and far will host the second
annual Atari Party in Davis, California on Sunday, March 14th.
Atari Party invites the whole family to a day of games, prizes, and even
a little bit of learning. Test your skill with 300 video games on 30
game systems dating as far back as 1975, plus get a chance to win prizes
in a free drawing, learn about the golden age of Atari with a
screening of the documentary film "Once Upon Atari",
and experience the first major motion picture to extensively use computer
graphics with a screening of the 1982 Disney film, "Tron."
Admission is free and children are welcome. Prizes include
retro-style USB joysticks from Legacy Engineering, books from
O'Reilly Media, gift certificates for ThinkGeek.com, and classic
Atari computer systems.
Atari Party is March 14th from 12pm to 8pm at the Redwood Park Community
Building, 1001 Anderson Road. For more information, visit
(Last edited 2010.Mar.3)
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This event is a not-for-profit event, put together by volunteers and is
free and open t o the public.