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Beijing Outlasts Strong Almaty Presentation, Wins Hosting Rights For '22 GamesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 15
Beijing on Friday was named the host of the '22 Games, setting up the Chinese capital to "become the first city in history to stage both the Summer and Winter Games," according to Sam Borden of the N.Y. TIMES. Members of the IOC "voted in favor of Beijing over its lone competitor, Almaty, Kazakhstan...
Some sporting-goods chains are keeping apparel orders with Olympic markings "to a bare minimum" in order to avoid getting stuck with leftover merchandise when the Atlanta Games end, according to USA T
ACOG announced yesterday Merrill Lynch & Co. will become an official sponsor of the ''96 Games and the ''96 U.S. Olympic Team in the broker/dealer securities, investment advisory services and investme
In bidding for the ''98 Games, the city of Nagano promised to "bear the transportation, meals and lodging expenses of all the delegations." Japanese officials now say soaring costs prohibit them from
Pontiac execs are "considering" an Olympic soccer tie-in for an estimated $2M dealer-marketing effort behind the ''97 Grand Prix in five southeastern cities, according to BRANDWEEK. Separate from GM''
A steel beam supporting the temporary roof over part of the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center collapsed Monday shortly after it was installed. Olympic officials are investigating the incident and say the co
THE DAILY continues its look at ACOP retail licensees: CARLTON BOOKS (London): Hardcover and softcover books. CHAMPION (Winston-Salem, NC): Adult, youth and toddler knitwear including all types of T-s
ACOG officials responded angrily to a lawsuit filed by Olympic Stadium designers Wednesday, according to this morning''s ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. ACOG alleges the suit, which seeks $4M in unpaid overtime
A survey by Georgia State Univ. shows, while 300,000 Atlanta residents are willing to rent their homes, only about 10,000 will find takers (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/13). ....Seats are still available f
ACOG has called off talks with Conde Nast''s Vanity Fair on a possible affiliation with the magazine after officials from Sports Illustrated objected, according to AD AGE. Keith Kelly reports Vanity F
Sony Corp. is running its "Summer Games 5-Minute Phone Card" promo from July through September, according to BRANDWEEK. This "Olympic ambush" will offer a series of phone cards featuring former U.S. O