Apple Avocation Alliance

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Coordinates: 41°08′08″N 104°48′51″W / 41.13565°N 104.8142°W / 41.13565; -104.8142 The Apple Avocation Alliance, commonly known as AAA or 3A, and later renamed the Computer Learning Center, was a Cheyenne, Wyoming-based distributor of public domain Apple software and a supplier in the early- and mid-1980s of Eamon adventure diskettes. The organization, headed by Ron Maleika, was founded in late 1980 and incorporated on 20 May 1981; it formally dissolved on 1 May 1997.

3A ran an adventure contest in 1986 to solicit new Eamon adventures; the result, reported by John Nelson in the January 1987 issue of the Eamon Adventurer's Log, was 11 new adventures, incorporated by the National Eamon User's Club into the 122-144 range.


The Computer Learning Center placed ads for its Eamon library in various publications in the mid-1980s.