Well surrounded by security, Scott Capamaggio presented a PageKeeper to Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of England at an ABA trade show in Miami, Florida. Mr. Capamaggio also seized the moment to have Margaret Thatcher autograph a PageKeeper package.
While walking around a trade show armed with PageKeepers, Scott Capamaggio came across an attendee who noticed his badge. The attendee proceeded to ask where he was from. This person, who was formally from the area where Capamaggio once lived, was none other than Terry Anderson, former Lebanon hostage and author of Den of Lions. Anderson was the longest-held Western hostage in Lebanon. He was held captive in Beirut for 2,455 days (6 ½ years). Anderson introduced Capamaggio to his wife Madeleine Bassil and his daughter Sulome. They were being interviewed nearby. Anderson told him his daughter was quite the avid reader, so he presented them with PageKeepers. In return, Anderson autographed an excerpt from Den of Lions.
Larry King was given a PageKeeper at a trade show.
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Wally Amos (Famous Amos)
Known for his famous chocolate chip cookies and author of several books. Wally Amos is now the spokesperson for Chip & Cookie based in Kailua Town, Hawaii and a professional speaker. Mr. Capamaggio and others recently visited the Book Expo in Washington DC where they ran into Famous Amos. They presented him a PageKeeper as Wally gave them one of his new books. Wally looked at how the PageKeeper worked and the first words out of his mouth were "THAT’S FANTASTIC! Let me see that!”