2002 – $15K APPRAISAL VALUE!
Who carried the Olympic torch in 2002?
The Torch covered 13,500 miles to its eventual end in Salt Lake City, UT and was carried by 12,012 Torchbearers. Three Scioto County residents were chosen to be Torchbearers through Portsmouth: Chris Lowery, Deanna Adams & Marcia Sanderlin. The Torch passed through 46 of 50 U.S. states.
Did Matt Smith carry the Olympic torch?
On 26 May 2012, Eleventh Doctor actor Matt Smith carried the Olympic torch from the historic Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay to the National Assembly building, as part of the torch’s tour around the United Kingdom.
How much money did the 2002 Olympics make?
Total broadcast revenue for 2002 Salt Lake games is US$738 million, with a contribution to SLOC of US$443 million. The OPUS sponsorship programme is the strongest in the Winter Games history. This has generated a total of over US$840 million.
How long is the Olympic torch run?
The torch relay is subject to change due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
2020 Summer Olympics torch relay.
|Host city||Tokyo, Japan|
|Distance||20,000 kilometres (12,000 mi)|
|Theme||Hope Lights Our Way|
|Start date||12 March 2020 (Greece) 25 March 2021 (Japan relay)|
|End date||25 March 2020 (Japan) 23 July 2021 (Japan relay)|
Did the 2002 Olympic Games make a profit or lose money?
Official state estimates of the economic impact showed the Salt Lake Olympics yielded $100 million in profits, $4.8 billion in sales, 35,000 job years of employment and $1.5 billion in earnings for Utah workers during 2002. … Utah has seen a 42 percent increase in skier visits since the Games.
How did the 2002 Olympics affect Utah’s economy?
The State of Utah calculated that preparing and hosting the Olympic Winter Games 2002 produced $5 billion in additional net economic output. This additional net economic output was leveraged by the USD 1.3 billion spending with a direct economic impact for Utah (i.e. originated from outside Utah and spent inside Utah).
Did the Salt Lake City Olympics make money?
Just as in the 2002 Games, which ended up turning a profit of some $100 million even after the state was paid back for its investment in Olympic facilities, the budget does not call for spending tax dollars, counting instead on raising money privately largely through corporate sponsorships, the sale of television …