Last week I wrote about the emerging trend of homeowners opting to remodel their current homes rather than buy new ones.
The latest to hop that trend? The US Olympic Committee.
The USOC held its quarterly Board of Directors meeting yesterday at Turner Field in Atlanta, Ga. Among the items discussed was adding an additional dimension to the Olympic Training Center that would include a multi-media experience focusing on athlete acheivements. The addition was discussed as an attempt to draw more tourists to the site.
But unlike others gett into the remodeling scene, the USOC doesn’t even have the option to move. It would be using around $16 million of the over $50 million committed by Colorado Springs when the it agreed to stay in the city for the next 30 years.