The 2016 Datapoint Reunion is just weeks away!

RSVP today and make plans to join us.

When: Saturday October 22nd, 2016 12:00 to 3:30 PM
Where: The Little Red Barn Steakhouse
1902 S. Hackberry
San Antonio, TX. 78210

  • This year’s Reunion is packed with an exciting agenda!
  • All attendees will have an opportunity to win a Flat Screen TV and other great prizes!

    Big Winners of Last Year
    Big winners of last year’s TV: Bob Morgan and his wife
  • No silent auction this year
  • Display of Equipment and Memorabilia
  • Dedicated servers for our group from 12:00 to 2:00 PM
  • Private Room with great food and drinks
  • Scrolling photos of past reunions
  • Sound system to share news and activities
  • VIP presentation about the San Antonio Technology Museum Project and how CT/Datapoint and IT will be featured – Learn how you can be part of this project below!

Be sure to RSVP below. You won’t want to miss the chance to see old friends and co-workers you haven’t seen since last year or for many years!

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Be Part of the San Antonio Technology Museum Project!

If you have any of the following, please contact David Monroe dmonroe@e-watch.com or Austin Rocheaustin.roche@att.net.

  • Personal Video Stories –  about individuals experiences at CTC and Datapoint that can be preserved and/or published.
  • Photographs of Employees, Buildings and Equipment, Emails, Letters – and the like that are interesting, such as Datapoint’s planned introduction of the “Internet”.
  • Marketing Materials – Including brochures, catalogs, posters, videos, and paraphernalia such as pens, trade show handouts etc.
  • Software – cassettes, diskettes, disk packs, etc
  • Technical Documentation – service manuals on all products, software manuals, software listings, etc.
  • Hardware – just about everything.  Multiple examples of each model are needed to support getting each model working for a planned video.