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Information on why Philadelphia should host the 2020 Olympic Games. My presentation won the bid in my Modern Olympics course.

Information on why Philadelphia should host the 2020 Olympic Games. My presentation won the bid in my Modern Olympics course.

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    • Outline: Philadelphia 2020 Olympic Bid
      • Overview, Vision & Legacy
      • Overall Concept of the Olympic Games
      • City Overview
      • Political & Economic Climate
      • Sport & Venues
      • Olympic Village
      • Security
      • Accommodations
      • Transportation
      • Finance
      • Marketing
      • Summary of Bid: Conclusion
    • Vision / Concept of the Philadelphia 2020 Olympic Games
      • Vision of the Games:
        • Uniting Our World through the Love & Passion of Sport.
      • Concept of the Games:
        • Creating the Ultimate Stage for Past, Present, & Future Heroes.
    • Vision, Legacy & Communication Main Motivation For Hosting The Games: Games Vision: Communication Strategy: Games Legacy:
      • Philadelphia 2020 Strong Points
      • Inspire & Revive a City & its People.
      • Uniting our Worlds Great Games in an Ecologically Sustainable City that Pursues Peace.
      • Complete “Philadelphia’s Olympic Rebirth” 12-Year Plan.
      • Promote the Olympic Movement.
      • Major Economic Ripple Effect.
      • Philadelphia is the Birthplace of Democracy in America & a City Founded on the Principles of Faith, Tolerance & Brotherly Love – Values Consistent with those of the Olympic Games.
      #1. Vision, Legacy & Communication Cont. :
    • Philadelphia 2020 Olympic Mascots:
    • Philadelphia 2020 Olympic Mascots Cont.:
    • #2. Overall Concept of the Olympic Games: Overall Venue Plan Concept Sports Promotion & Olympic Education Cultural Programme & Live Sites
    • #2. Overall Concept of the Olympic Games Cont. :
      • Philadelphia 2020 Strong Points
      • Most Compact Venue Plan.
      • Cultural Diversity.
      • Sports Development & Olympic Education.
    • #3. City Overview: History of Philadelphia
      • One of the earliest colonized areas in the United States
      • Founded by Englishman William Penn
      • Started and known for religious freedom
      • Major role in the Revolutionary War
      • Original capital city of the United States of America until 1800
      • Ben Franklin and his scientific discoveries
    • #3. City Overview: History of Philadelphia
      • Key roles in Underground Railroad & abolishment of slavery.
      • Home of W.E, B. Du Bois
      • Central High School –oldest high school in US
    • #3. City Overview: History of Philadelphia
    • #3. City Overview: Philadelphia Loves Sports!
    • #3. City Overview: Population Demographics
      • Melting Pot 
      • —   Low-income, foreign-language-speaking urbanites.
      • Lower-income population mainly employed in service jobs. Most have a high school education or lower.
      • Ramen Metros 
      • —   Lower-income urban singles.
      • Most rent their apartment or condo. Some have a college education and work in services and the professional sector.
      • Urban Boots Trappers 
      • —   Lower-scale single parents living in the city.
      • Single parents who support themselves and their children on a low income. A high proportion are female. Most have a high school education or lower, and most rent their homes.
      • 46% Male 54% Female
      • 48% of population is between 20-55 years old
      • Total Population 1.4 Million, down 3% since 2000
    • #4. Political & Economic Climate:
      • Economically Philadelphia will be very close to being prepared for the 2020 games according to study by Philadelphia Sports Congress.
      • Majority of needed venues available, 24 available compared to 11 in other lead cities.
      • Only need an additional 2,000 hotel rooms.
      • Public Transportation is excellent already.
    • #4. Political & Economic Climate:
      • Philadelphia Strengths:
      • Support from the Pennsylvania & Philadelphia governments including…
        • Governor:  Edward G. Rendell
        • Mayor: Michael Nutter
      • Growing public enthusiasm for Olympics.
      • Steady economy that can only be helped by hosting Olympics.
      • Home to Fortune 500 companies including Comcast, Pep Boys, Aramark, and Sunoco.
      • Close to other big city economies including NJ, NY, Pittsburgh, Boston, etc.
    • #5. Sport & Venues:
      • Location of the Competition Venues
      • Facility Preparation Plan
      • Games experience, etc.
      • Jon’s slides will start from this page…
    • #6. Olympic Village:
      • Olympic Village Concept.
      • Village Surroundings & Location Relative to Competition Venues.
      • Location & Characteristics of Major Facilities within the Village.
      • Layouts & Characteristics of Accommodation.
      • Anthony’s Slides will Begin Here…
    • Olympic Village FDR Park
    • #6. Olympic Village: FDR Park
      • 348 acres, which includes a 146 acre golf course, 125 acres of managed landscapes, 77 acres of natural lands and a skate park.
      • Great Location: Bordered by the South Philadelphia Sport Complex.
      • Just blocks away, Transportation for the athletes would not be a problem.
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    • #6. Olympic Village:
      • The village will have enough room for about 20,000 people
      • 12,000 Athletes / 6,000 coaches and trainers
      • Referees and Officials
      • Apartments will provide high class living for the world class athletes
      • Individual teams will be housed together, Athletes will bunk two to a room
      • Each apartment will contain a TV and internet access
    • #6. Olympic Village: Dining Services
      • Available 24 hours
      • Dining hall will cater to 5,000 athletes at a time
      • Many varieties of traditional international dishes
      • Free of charge
    • #6. Olympic Village Cont.:
      • State of the Art Training Facilities
      • Olympic size Swimming Pool
      • Full Time Spas
      • Tennis Court
      • Beach Volleyball Court
      • 24 Hour Health Clinic
      • Olympic Village Plaza:
      • Gifts Shops
      • Restaurants
      • Bar / Dance Clubs
      • Cafés
      • Movie Theater
      • Bank
      • Post Office
      Amenities:
    • #6. Olympic Village Security:
      • Mandatory Security Screening
      • No Media Allowed- Maximum Privacy
      • Provide Proper ID card
      • 24 hour security watch
    • #8 Security:
      • Philly Police Dept
      • S.W.A.T
      • Ronin Protection and Security Concepts
      • Prodigal Private Security
      • U.S. Military
    • #8. Security:
      • Philadelphia Police Department:
      • Honor Service Integrity
      • Nation's fourth largest police department
      • Mission: To Be the Model of Excellence in Policing by Working in Partnership with the community & others to:
        • FIGHT Crime & the Fear of Crime, Including Terrorism;
        • ENFORCE Laws while Safeguarding the Constitutional Rights of People;
        • PROVIDE Quality Service to All of our Residents & Visitors; and
        • CREATE a Work Environment in which We Recruit, Train, & Develop an Exceptional Team of Employees.
    • #8 Security Cont.:
      • Air Support- AWACs) flying radar aircraft to keep the skies safe
      • Intelligence
      • Counter Terrorism and Emergency Response- S.W.A.T & FBI
      • Communications
      • Special Protection
      • Pedestrian screening areas
      • Vehicle screening areas
      • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
      • Accreditation
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    • Accommodations Local Hotels:
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    • Accommodations Cont.:
      • 50,000 hotel rooms available throughout Philadelphia
      • 15,000 Hotel Rooms available within 10 Sq miles
    • Transportation
      • Driving times to Philadelphia from:
      • Atlantic City 1 hr (61 m/98 km)
      • Baltimore 2 hrs (95 m/153 km)
      • Boston 6 hrs (296 m/476 km)
      • Montreal 9 hrs (447 m/719 km)
      • New York City 2 hrs (100 m/161 km)
      • Niagara Falls 8 hrs (400 m/640 km)
      • Washington, D.C. 3 hrs (133 m/214 km)
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      • Rail times to Philadelphia from:
      • Baltimore 1 hr
      • Boston 4 hrs
      • Montreal 13 hrs, 30 mins
      • New York City 1 hr, 10 mins
      • Washington, D.C. 1 hr, 40 mins
    • Financing the Olympics
    • Sport Venue Expenses
      • Aquatic Center - $311 Million
      • Tennis Center - $54 Million
      • Velodrome - $52 Million
      • Beach Volleyball Center - $49 Million
      • BMX Arena - $38 Million
      • Meadow Lake Complex (Rowing) - $32 Million
      • Lincoln Financial Stadium Expansion - $84 Million
      • Total sport venue expenses = $ 620 Million
      Finance:
    • Games Workforce Expenses
      • All workforce, including security costs
          • Total games workforce expenses = $271 Million
    • Transportation Expenses
      • New transport infrastructures around Philadelphia
      • Redevelopment of major highways and interstates
          • Total transportation expenses = $287 Million
    • Administration Expenses
      • Individuals working behind the scenes
          • Total administration costs = $280 Million
    • Contingency Expenses
      • A possibility that must be prepared for; a future emergency
          • Total contingency expense = $161 Million
    • Information Systems Expenses
      • Include people, procedures, data, software, and hardware that are used to gather and analyze digital information
          • Total information systems expenses = $327 Million
    • Ceremonies Expenses
      • Include:
        • Production Costs
        • Lights, Video, Pyro
          • Total ceremonies expense = $319 Million
    • Total Expense Chart
      • TOTAL EXPENSES:
      • $2.26 BILLION
    • Television Broadcasting Revenues
      • Beijing 2005-2008 = $2.5 Billion
      • London 2009-2012 = $3 Billion (projected with inflation and 15% to come from new media and internet)
      • Rio 2013-2016 = $3.45 Billion
      • Philadelphia 2017-2020 = $4 Billion
    • Sponsorship, Ticketing & Licensing Revenue
      • Beijing 2008 = $900 Million
      • London 2012 = $1.35 Billion
      • Rio 2016 = $1.78 Billion
      • Philadelphia 2020 = $2 Billion
      • (ECOMOMY TAKES A HIT--- TAKE 15% DOWN TO 12.5%)
    • IOC Contribution & Worldwide Sponsorship
      • Contributions and Olympic broadcast revenue to Philadelphia to support the staging of the Olympic Games
          • Total funding from IOC contribution & worldwide sponsorship = $1.3 Billion
    • Local Sponsorship Sales
      • Revenue generated from local sponsorship sales
          • Total revenue from local sponsorship sales = $630 Million
    • Official Suppliers
      • Money earned by signing with official suppliers of the Olympics
          • Total revenue from official suppliers = $420 Million
    • Ticket Sales
      • Pure revenue from ticket sales
          • Total revenue from ticket sales = $719 Million
    • Licensing
      • Money earned from licensing fees
          • Total revenue from licensing fees = $133 Million
    • Total Funding Chart
      • TOTAL FUNDING:
      • $3.2 BILLION
    • Works Cited
      • http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/35439222/ns/today-today_in_vancouver/
      • http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/vancouver/2010-02-25-athletes-village_N.htm
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/84792417@N00/4417249843/