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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 19 / 14

The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...

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02/20/96
RULES ARE RULES: USOC GIVES PRELIMINARY OK TO NEW STANDARDS

At a closed-door meeting, the USOC gave preliminary approval Sunday to a revised code of conduct and a no-notice drug testing program, according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. USOC President Dr. LeRoy Walker s

Tags: Olympics, Orlando Magic, RDV Sports, Reebok, USOC

02/16/96
USOC'S WALKER DROPS CONFLICT OF INTEREST ISSUE OVER HYBL

USOC President LeRoy Walker has "dropped the organization''s conflict-of-interest issue" regarding the selection of a new President. The matter will not be on the Executive Board''s agenda this weeken

Tags: Olympics, USOC

02/15/96
OLYMPIC NOTES: CANADIAN TV LINES UP SPONSORS

The CBC has lined up six full sponsors for the broadcasts of the Atlanta Games -- McDonald''s, IBM, Royal Bank, UPS and Kodak. Rona, a home-improvement chain in Quebec, will sponsor Radio- Canada only

Tags: Canadian Broadcasting Corp., DaimlerChrysler, Eastman Kodak, IBM, McDonalds, Olympics, UPS, Visa

02/15/96
USOC'S SHARE OF 2002 GAMES' MARKETING MONEY UP IN THE AIR

The USOC''s share of money expected from marketing the 2002 Games "apparently isn''t going to be settled" before an IOC- imposed March deadline, according to the DESERET NEWS. The SLOOC/USOC joint mar

Tags: IOC, NBC, Olympics, USOC

02/14/96
OBTAINING OLYMPIC TICKETS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART

Phone sales of Olympic tickets, which began Saturday, are "well ahead of projections," according to ACOG Dir of Ticket Sales Jack Tyson. However, the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION reports, "countless more" cou

Tags: Olympics

02/13/96
UNIQUE THREE-COUNTRY BID FOR 2006 WINTER GAMES

Austria, Italy and Slovenia are making an "unprecedented" bid to host the 2006 Winter Games. The plan is to combine efforts of border towns -- Arnoldstein, Austria, Tarvisio, Italy, and Kranjska Gora,

Tags: Olympics

02/08/96
SALT LAKE LOOKS TO SIGN HOST BROADCASTER TO SHOW 2002 GAMES

Salt Lake Olympic organizers are taking bids for a "host broadcaster" to provide TV and radio coverage as required by the IOC for the network rightsholders. The host broadcaster must provide networks

Tags: IOC, Olympics

02/08/96
OTHER OLYMPIC NEWS & NOTES

Some Super Show exhibitors sued by USOC officials for displaying false Olympic merchandise say the crackdown is harassment. Naveed Azam, VP of Assac Industries, a Pakistani company, says he had no ide

Tags: IMG, Olympics, USOC

02/08/96
NOTES FROM SUPER SHOW: ACOG KEEPS THE NEWS FLOWING

NationsBank, Southern Living, Buick and IBM are offering more than $1M in prizes in the Olympic Dream giveaway, which revolves around new and existing NationsBank customers and businesses who open new

Tags: Bank of America, General Motors, IBM, Olympics, Russell Athletic

02/07/96
2008 GOLD MEDAL FOOTBALL FINAL SCORE: USA 104, BELIZE 2?

Cowboys RB Emmitt Smith launched a campaign to make football as an Olympic sport. Smith says he is serious, but, according to Al Levine in this morning''s ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, "the announcement seems

Tags: Dallas Cowboys, IOC, Olympics, Reebok, Time Warner

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