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    The WM jump spectator area is partly how we take care of expenses. We also charge for our Super Special Stages. It's not much, but it helps. Still lost money last year, but we would have lost a lot more without those revenue streams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STPRadmin View Post
    The WM jump spectator area is partly how we take care of expenses. We also charge for our Super Special Stages. It's not much, but it helps. Still lost money last year, but we would have lost a lot more without those revenue streams.
    Right so would it be worth investing in a few more big jumps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A1337STI View Post
    the other idea that i believe would work, would be to operate a rally tour bus. I've seen this model work amazingly well for other events such as ski trips (my friend ran a small business doing this as part of it) sell tickets, tickets include some booze, food, snacks , and being driven to viewing points ..
    Pay attention to what NEFR does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawsonE30 View Post
    Right so would it be worth investing in a few more big jumps?
    Would if I had more stages on private land! Waste Management actually built it for us. They have been the best sponsor ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by STPRadmin View Post
    Would if I had more stages on private land! Waste Management actually built it for us. They have been the best sponsor ever!
    Maybe they would be willing to build another one, to increase spectators

    Just an idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Kennedy View Post
    Pay attention to what NEFR does!
    Will do!
    Welcome to Rally Addicts anonymous! Hi I'm Alex Rademacher, and i have a Rally problem..... 23 rallies and counting....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawsonE30 View Post
    Maybe they would be willing to build another one, to increase spectators

    Just an idea

    So the solution to make rally profitable, via spectators, is to make it more similar to GRC?


    Channel your energy to your first competitions and see how you feel about gratuitous jumps after a couple of DNFs on SuperSpecials...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentmettle View Post
    So the solution to make rally profitable, via spectators, is to make it more similar to GRC?


    Channel your energy to your first competitions and see how you feel about gratuitous jumps after a couple of DNFs on SuperSpecials...
    Haha, yeah I get what you're saying. Like I said it's just an idea, the jump brings in spectator's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawsonE30 View Post
    Haha, yeah I get what you're saying. Like I said it's just an idea, the jump brings in spectator's.
    And what do spectators bring in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morison View Post
    And what do spectators bring in?
    Um,
    - litter
    - alcohol
    - crowd control requirements...
    - porta john rerquirements...
    - marshal requirements...
    - should I keep going?

    press on,
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