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Friday, March 26, 2010

A Message from Robert Ringwald

We received this e-mail the other day from Bob Ringwald:

From: Robert Ringwald

Subject: Watch and Listen to the Bohem Jazz Festival from Hungary Online This Weekend

Our own Vince Bartels will be there. I have appeared at this festival twice. It is really a nice, friendly, well-done and very professional Jazz Festival. Some of you may remember that Tamas Ittzes brought his band from Hungary for our 2008 Festival. They were a big hit. Please sign up and help Tamas keep this festival alive.
--Bob Ringwald
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Dear friends, we desperately need your help in getting this message to as many people as possible.

Thanks a lot, Tamas
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The 19th International Bohem Ragtime & Jazz Festival featuring top American and European musicians will be broadcast live on the internet at http://www.jazzfestivalmarketing.com/live-e.html March 26-28, 2010.

You can view the whole event and even download the concerts later on for only a few bucks. With your subscription you'll not only have the opportunity to be part of a great event of 15 hours of music but also help to save Hungary's premier classic jazz festival.

Bohem Festival OnLine: 3 days, 5 concerts, 15 hours of music live, delivered right into your home from Kecskemet, Hungary. http://www.jazzfestivalmarketing.com/live-e.html

Join in and be at least virtually with us in Kecskemet, Hungary on the next weekend! (March 26-28, 2010) Last year our internet broadcast had 30,000 visitors! Don't miss it this year! And let your friends know about it, too!

Please, visit http://www.jazzfestivalmarketing.com/  to watch Hungary's premier jazz festival and to help to save it at the same time. We'd need about 2,000-2,500 online visitors to break even. (Last year's broadcast was free.)

Sincerely,
Tamas Ittzes
"Dr. Bohem"

PS.: As far as I know, this is still the only jazz festival in the world that is being broadcast through the Internet. So we have a second world debut with this technology.

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