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U.S. Olympic Museum aims to raise $20M before groundbreaking early next year

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 29 / 15

The planned U.S. Olympic Museum needs to raise another $20 million to break ground, its board president said, with seven months left to sign a construction contract in time to open before the 2018 Winter Games as hoped. After focusing its initial efforts on donors in or near Colorado Springs, Col...

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