U.S. Sees Late Surge in Ticket Sales for Athens Olympics

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With security a major concern at this year's Summer Olympics in Athens, ticket sales for the event have been slow in the United States. But those worries seem to be abating, as U.S. ticket vendors report a last-minute surge in sales as of June 1. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Don Williams of Cartan Tours, one of two authorized ticket sources in the United States for the 2004 Olympics.

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