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Reebok Yet To Make Decision About Dropping Beijing Hospitality
Published May 14, 2008
|Reebok Drops Plans To Build Hospitality
Facility For Athletes At Beijing Olympics
COCA-COLA: Coca-Cola Senior Manager of Public Affairs & Communications Petro Kacur said the company, an IOC TOP sponsor, has "not had any issues and we are not scaling back any of our hospitality plans" (CNBC.com, 5/14).