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The National Sports Forum is still accepting applications for the January 17-19, 1999, event in St. Augustine, FL. Registration will also be accepted on location. For registration info, please contact Seaver Marketing Group at: http://www.sports-forum.com or call (619) 469-4101. THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY is the official publication of the National Sports Forum.
The U.S. Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs seeks candidates for Assistant Manager, Corporate Events. Assist with the creation, development and growth of USOC's corporate special events program, including concepts, budgets, operating plans, marketing process. Requires bachelor degree in business, communications, marketing or related; 4+ years event mgmnt exp to include budget mgmnt, sales; excellent written/oral communication skills, travel national and int'l. Salary approx mid-$30K plus excellent benefits package. Forward resume to USOC Human Resources Office, One Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80908, or fax to (719) 632-2884 (if faxed, do not mail original), or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline January 29. EOE