Hi JB,Also, Since the business it so tied to racing, and although my perception is that the popularity of racing is increasing, what would happen if the popularity decreased? I thought it might be fun to look at some trend analysis of the racing industry... tv viewers, race track attendance, etc. There has bound to be a strong correlation between ATN revenues and some racing industry data. Have you done anything like that or seen any reports to that effect?Here are some links that might help. But I found it harder to get attendance records after 2000, other than television viewer statistics.You might run a www.google.com search on the different Nascar races. The links below give names to the different divisions. For instance, a google search on Winston Cup attendance for a certain year might turn up some extra information. That might be a way of trying to fill in some attendance blanks. It appears that the attendance is growing faster than other sporting attractions from some of the links below. http://www.daimlerchrysler.com/index_e.htm?/news/top/1999/t91015_e.htmhttp://www.jerrodsessler.com/marketing3.htmhttp://www.geocities.com/racndeb/Stats.htmlhttp://www.pacpubserver.com/new/enter/3-25-99/nascar.htmlhttp://capraceteam.com/cover/whynascar.htmlhttp://www.stockcars.net/sponsors.htmlhttp://www.motorsports2000.net/attendan.htmtom
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