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October 2009

October 22, 2009
blogs.mirror.co.uk

Photos of the Xclusive 5.

Want to get a look at those responsible for the Beijing ticket scam that defrauded so many?  Photos of all five defendants in the case can be seen below...

Beijing Tickets alleged huge tickets scam: first pictures of all the defendants
by Andrew Penman


October 20, 2009
london2012.com

Thomas Cook to Sponsor London 2012.

Jet Set might finally have some competition in the package travel market for the Olympics.  Thomas Cook has signed on to sponsor the 2012 Games and will provide a variety of short break travel packages to the games, including transportation, accommodation and event tickets.  According to London, this deal is an effort to ensure affordability and ease of travel for Olympics fans.

London 2012 announces Thomas Cook as Official Supporter
Media Release


October 20, 2009
sfo.gov.uk

Shepherd And Others Appear In Court.

Terence Shepherd and his associates appeared in court on October 15.  This was the first hearing in the case and those charged will be back in court in January 2010.

Xclusive – Case Update
Media Release


October 12, 2009
Monsters and Critics.com

IOC Set to Break Sponsorship Record.

IOC marketing chief Gerhard Heiberg announced on Thursday that the IOC  is on course to break the $1 billion  dollar mark in  Olympic sponsorship revenue, and has already broken the previous record of $866 million.  With record sponsorship revenues, and another $400 million in IOC reserves, it is a wonder the Olympics cannot guarantee a pair of tickets for every athlete to give family friends. 

IOC On Course Towards 1 Billion Dollars From Sponsorships.
By DPA

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