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TICKET CAMPAIGN GETS NATIONAL MAGAZINE COVERAGE
Published March 21, 1995
One in five households, or 20 million Americans have "expressed an interest" to attend the '96 Games, according to a NEWSWEEK profile of ACOG's ticket campaign which kicked off last week with plans to put a majority of the 11 million tickets into "the hands of American fans." ACOG's Dir of Games Service Scott Anderson says tickets are "plentiful, easy to buy, and affordable." NEWSWEEK notes that even after doling out tickets to sponsors and other VIPs, the size of the venues in Atlanta will leave about 7-8 million tickets available (Starr & Smith, NEWSWEEK, 3/27 issue).