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NATIONSBANK HEADS UP OLYMPIC EMPLOYEE SUPPORT PROGRAM
Published January 24, 1995
NationsBank has created the NationsBank Association Olympian Support Program, a "perk which give employees and their spouses time off to train and money to travel to competitions." NationsBank is a corporate sponsor for the '96 Games, and won't reveal how much it is paying to support its employee/athletes. Heidi Gomula, NationsBank VP Sports Marketing: "The program is another opportunity to recognize our associates and it motivates them to get excited about our Olympic sponsorship" (KNIGHT RIDDER, 1/22).