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Hundreds gather for KOAA5 PyeongChang Winter Games preview party

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KOAA5 officially kicked off promotions for the PyeongChang Winter Games here in Olympic City, USA. Over 250 people from 150 businesses joined the KOAA5 sales and marketing team at the U.S. Olympic Training Center for a night of celebration.

The OTC's panoramic video wall was caught the attention of all attendees by displaying incredible Olympic memories over the decades.

Triathlete, Erin Storie, and Javelin Thrower, Kara Winger were on hand to represent the Olympics.  Para Cyclist, Brandon Lyons spoke on behalf of the Paralympians. 

The event was coordinated by the KOAA5 sales team to build excitement of the upcoming Super Bowl and Winter Games.

Colorado Springs is in the Top 5 cities for Olympic viewing. This fact, along with the typical popularity of the Super Bowl, means 85% of all television viewing in the month of February will happen on KOAA5.

Now, that's a reason to throw a party!?

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