Olympics set to hit the spotlight

Mistry, Bhavna
February 1997
Marketing Event;Feb97, p8
Focuses on the International Olympics Committee's approval for an international chain of visitor attractions based on the Olympics. Goal of renewing and maintaining public interest in the event and its history; Sponsors' interest in the Olympic Spirit concept; Core ethic behind the Olympic Spirit Visitor Experience.


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