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LOCOG Releases, Quickly Sells Out Of 6,000 Track & Field Tickets
Published August 3, 2012
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“We got our hands around this,” said LOCOG’s spokesperson Jackie Brock-Doyle. “We saw the problems over the weekend, developed a plan Monday and we’ve had fewer empty seats every day since.”
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