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PATRON PLAN TO GIVE BIG SPENDERS BIG OLYMPIC ACCESS
Published February 21, 1995
ACOG announced its "Olympic Patron Program" yesterday that will allow fans to purchase a $50,000 package of 64 event tickets, parking passes, access to housing in private homes and "patron credentials." Also available: luxury suites ranging from $10,500 for a six-seat box at one of the soccer venues to a $1.32M 54-seat suite at Olympic Stadium. (Michael Hiestand, USA TODAY, 2/21).