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GAMES ON! DENVER AND PROVIDENCE GRAVITATE TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Published February 2, 1999
The Gravity Games Committee announced today that Denver and Providence have been selected as host city finalists for the inaugural Gravity Games to be held in mid-September. The four-day event will air on NBC in October and is expected to attract over 100,000 people. Atlanta, Phoenix and San Diego also submitted bids. The Games Committee, composed of reps from NBC Sports, Petersen Publishing and Advantage Int'l, will meet again on Monday, February 9, to determine the official host site (THE DAILY).