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NOCC offer tickets for London 2012 Games

NOCC offer tickets for London 2012 Games

In celebration of passing the one year to go mark to the 2012 London Olympic Games, the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia is releasing its final assortment of tour packages for next year’s global showpiece. According to an NOCC press release on Wednesday, the packages include accommodation and event tickets - in particular tickets for high demand events such as the opening and closing ceremonies, swimming, diving, athletics and gymnastics competitions - as well as sightseeing tours, daily breakfasts and gift hampers. “The launch of the ticket sales program was on March 15. The demand has been at an unprecedented high, and we have received thousands of ticket and package applications so far,” said NOCC advisor Ken Gadaffi. “With the release of the final packages, customers in our authorised territories have the final opportunity to secure tickets and accommodation for the Games.” Packages are available at the NOCC headquarters on street 276 near Boeung Keng Kang high school.

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