Lets's Talk Computers - Rand McNally  August 5, 2000
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Rand McNally
Interview on August 5, 2000
Trip Planning Software     Guest: Amy Krouse, David Marsh

Your last fling of summer-how far is it to the beach, mountains? Amy Krouse, Marketing Manager of Consumer Travel Solutions, and David Marsh, Director of Advanced Technology, from Rand McNally are guests in this segment. Amy and David discuss StreetFinder Deluxe 2000 and TripMaker Deluxe 2000 to help you plan your trip, your breaks, and the hotspots along the way. It even uses a GPS to help you with every turn along the way. Just put the GPS on your dash and attach it to your laptop and the laptop will monitor your progress step-by-step. No more asking for directions from total strangers.
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