Olympic achievement

Murray, Moss
April 1998
Marketing Week;4/9/1998, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p51
Trade Publication
Anticipates the Olympics Games in 2000, which will be held in Sydney, Australia. Reference to statistics from the International Meetings Association; Comments made by Debra Rustom, the manager of meetings, conventions and incentives for the Australian Tourist Commission.


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