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SBD Global/July 4, 2012/Olympics
Study Estimates Olympics Will Give Scotland's Economy A $1.5B Boost
Published July 4, 2012
SCOTS NOT BUYING TICKETS: The AYRSHIRE POST reported that Scots purchased the fewest tickets for the London Olympics but "will be amongst the biggest regional beneficiaries." Lloyds Banking Group also surveyed customers who had bought tickets and found those in London and the South East took the most seats at 27% and 25%, respectively. Customers in Scotland purchased the fewest at 2% (AYSHIRE POST, 7/3).