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CTN RECEIVES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE RECOGNITION FOR SUPPORT OF GARDEN STATE GAMES

 CTN RECEIVES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE RECOGNITION
 FOR SUPPORT OF GARDEN STATE GAMES
 TRENTON, N.J., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cable Television Network of New Jersey was recognized by the United States Olympic Committee for CTN's outstanding support of the Garden State Games and the opportunities created for sports development in the United States.
 The presentation was made to CTN's Executive Director Jim DeBold and CTN's President Bill Scott on behalf of the United States Olympic Committee by William Nunnally, president of the Garden States Games board of directors and Raymond Funkhouser, executive director of the Garden State Games.
 "We are pleased that the U.S. Olympic Committee has recognized the tremendous contribution that CTN and the New Jersey Cable Systems have made to the amateur athletes of New Jersey and the Garden State Games," reported Funkhouser. "CTN has enabled the wealth of New Jersey's amateur athletic talent to be displayed statewide, and reinforce the positive aspect of sports involvement that benefits everyone in the state."
 The 1991 Garden State Games Championship finals will be held July 9-12 at Rutgers University and surrounding localities. Competition will be held in 31 sports. Sign-up for this year's competition is currently in progress. For further information on the Garden State Games, call 908-225-0303.
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 /CONTACT: Theresa M. Dennison or Laura Zdroik of the Cable Television Network of New Jersey, 800-421-0443/ CO: Cable Television Network of New Jersey, Inc. ST: New Jersey IN: ENT SU:


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