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Lake Tahoe Winter Olympic Bid
 

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Created a bit for the 2018 winter olympic games!

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    • Lake Tahoe Winter Olympic Bid 2018
      Kacey Huff, Kate Kasunic, Brittany Keen,
      Tom McKenzie, Brian Mogus,
      Jeff Senuta, Elyse Underwood
    • Lake Tahoe
      Borders Nevada and California
      Known worldwide for its first-class skiing and snowboarding areas
      The lake has a seventy-one mile shoreline and covers 193 square miles.
    • Squaw Valley
      1960 VII Winter Olympics
      Historical elements
      Northwest of Lake Tahoe
    • Meteorology
      Located in the Sierra Nevada mountains borders
      Between California and Nevada
      Largest known alpine lake in Northern America
      Depth of 1,645 feet
      Winter months temperatures range from 52 degrees to 25 degrees Fahrenheit
      Average snowfall of over 400 inches
      Sun shines 274 days out of the year
    • February Temperatures
    • Marketing
      Corporate sponsors
      McDonald’s
      Omega
      Panasonic
      Coca-Cola
      Acer
      Marketing plans
    • Marketing Plans
      McDonald's
      Coca-Cola
      Omega
    • Olympic Sports
      Short Track Speed Skating
      Curling
      Alpine Skiing
      Freestyle Skiing
      Snowboarding
      Bobsled
      Luge
      Ice Hockey
      Figure Skating
      Speed Skating
    • Venues
      Squaw Valley
      All skiing and snowboarding events
      4,000 acres, 34 lifts
      Many accommodations in area
    • Venues
      Tahoe Ice Park
      Three buildings: Figure and Speed Skating, Hockey, and Curling
      Respectively, accommodates 15,000, 17,000 and 10,000 fans
      Will eventually be used to develop youth skating and hockey initiatives in area
      Construction to begin immediately
    • Venues
      Tahoe Sliding Center
      New Facility
      One track to host all sliding competitions
      Only fifteen other sliding tracks in the world
      Begin construction in 2015
    • Olympic Village
      Athlete housing & transportation
      Food and dining
      Athlete common area for leisure
    • Security
      Terrorism and violence are not new to the Olympics.
      The crime rate in Lake Tahoe is slightly higher than in the United States in other cities nationwide.
      No Cameras or video camera’s with any kind of flash will be permitted at any venue. Also, no camera’s containing lenses that are wider or longer than 4 inches.
    • Accommodations
    • Media Services & Communications
      Main Press Center and International Broadcasting Center
    • MEDIA SERVICES &COMMUNICATIONS
      Host Broadcaster
      Exclusive broadcasting center
    • MEDIA SERVICES &COMMUNICATIONS
      Language Services
      Huge obstacle
      Use of volunteers
    • MEDIA SERVICES &COMMUNICATIONS
      Telecommunications Partner
    • Olympism & Culture
      Goal of Olympics
      Commission for Culture
      Cultural Olympiad
      Mascot & logos
    • Thank you!
      Questions?