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Olympics, USPS near pact

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The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games and the U.S.Olympic Committee are expected to resolve a licensing dispute with the U.S. Postal Service. Olympic officials accused the Postal Service, which is not a Games sponsor, of ambush marketing for licensing Olympic stamp art to a T-shirt marketer, DT&S Enterprises, without permission. The proposed agreement would give the majority of the royalties to the official Olympic committees. DT&S will become a sub-licensee for Hanes, the official T-shirt licensee, and continue to market the shirts.

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