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Atlanta, Georgia / Olympic Games / Corporate Advertising #159616

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 29, 1995
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(Studio: Morton Dean) The controversy over the predesignation of 1996 Olympic Games tickets noted.

(Atlanta: Mike von Fremd) The dispute in Atlanta over the restrictions on businesses using Olympic references in their names and ads examined; examples cited. [Olympic Travel agency owner Debbie REESE, Home Depot vice president Dick HAMMILL, artist Kimberly KENNEDY, Olympic official Chris WELTON - offer views on the use of the "O" word and Olympic-like names and logos.]

Dean, Morton;
von Fremd, Mike

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