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BRAVES OFFER AN OLYMPIC TREAT TO SEASON TICKET HOLDERS
Published December 6, 1994
The Braves, hoping to preserve nearly 30,000 season-ticket holders, will offer Olympic baseball packages to fans who renew their tickets for the '95 season. Buyers will be eligible to buy a baseball package, and if they spend more, can use the program to get "tickets to more-coveted track and field events and the soccer finals." Braves season- ticket holders must renew by January 20, with a March 31 deadline to buy Olympic baseball tickets. Olympic ticket sales start in May. The team hopes the offer will retain fans turned-off by the strike, while helping ACOG organizers "unload their bloated inventory of 1.6M tickets to Olympic baseball" (Melissa Turner, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 12/6)