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Site of USA House set for Pyeongchang

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 14 / 17

The U.S. Olympic Committee is sticking with what works for its primary hospitality and business headquarters during the Pyeongchang Winter Games in February. For the ninth edition of USA House, the USOC is reusing a temporary modular facility it first used in Sochi. The blond wood-and-glass struc...

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