Where’s JAS computer? | AspenTimes.com

Where’s JAS computer?

On Thursday night, July 10, someone reached through the slightly open window of Jazz Aspen Snowmass Executive Producer Jim Horowitz’ office on the north side of the Red Brick School in Aspen, and stole a Dell laptop computer loaded with thousands of files, historical documents and accumulated contacts. Unfortunately, many were not saved in a massive office transition.

If you or anyone you know has knowledge of the whereabouts of this computer’s location, PLEASE, no questions asked, return the computer, or just the hard drive, to our offices, or arrange for it to be returned somehow.

$500-plus reward, and the satisfaction of knowing you will be helping to keep the JAS operation running effectively. Alternately, we can be called at 920-4996, extension 10, with any info or to arrange a return.

We hope, hope, hope to turn this computer up in the near future, and ask for anyone’s help in this matter who can help.

Jim Horowitz

Founder and executive producer

Jazz Aspen Snowmass

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