October 20, 2004
Albany- Disappointed people who didn't get to see the Ojays last Saturday at the Civic Center, can get a refund.
The concert was canceled at the last minute when the company from Savannah that promoted the concert didn't meet its contractual obligations. Refunds are easy to get.
"They need to go back to the place where they bought that ticket and whoever's there will be glad to give you a refund, including us," said Mattie Goddard, director of the Civic Center.
The only two places to buy ticket for civic center events are the ticket office and Publix.
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