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OLYMPIC NOTES: BRICK PROGRAM NOT QUITE WHAT ACOG HAD HOPED
Published October 13, 1995
Atlanta Olympic officials have decided to "write off" some of its Centennial Olympic Park brick program and will "absorb" $8M of the $15M it guaranteed against the sale of 700,000 bricks. To date, 223,000 bricks have been sold (Melissa Turner, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/12)....ACOG will begin refunding money to people who didn't get tickets this weekend (USA TODAY, 10/13).