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market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their business strategy will be
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                     [Company Name], Inc.
                                  [Name]and [Name]

                                       [Address]

                                    Email: [Address]

                                 Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX

                                Web Site: [Your Website]




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                                                                Table of Contents



1.0 Executive Summary .................................................................................................................... 1
  1.1 Objectives.................................................................................................................................... 2
  1.2 Mission .......................................................................................................................................... 2
  1.3 Keys to Success ........................................................................................................................ 2
2.0 Company Summary ..................................................................................................................... 2
  2.1 Company Ownership ............................................................................................................... 3
  2.2 Company History ...................................................................................................................... 3
    Table: Past Performance ........................................................................................................... 3
    Chart: Past Performance ........................................................................................................... 4
3.0 Services ............................................................................................................................................ 4
4.0 Market Analysis Summary ........................................................................................................ 5
  4.1 Market Segmentation ............................................................................................................. 5
    Table: Market Analysis ............................................................................................................... 6
    Chart: Market Analysis (Pie) .................................................................................................... 6
  4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy ...................................................................................... 6
  4.3 Service Business Analysis ..................................................................................................... 7
    4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns .............................................................................. 7
5.0 Web Plan Summary ..................................................................................................................... 8
  5.1 Website Marketing Strategy ................................................................................................. 8
  5.2 Development Requirements ................................................................................................. 8
6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary ............................................................................ 8
  6.1 SWOT Analysis .......................................................................................................................... 9
    6.1.1 Strengths ............................................................................................................................. 9
    6.1.2 Weaknesses ........................................................................................................................ 9
    6.1.3 Opportunities ..................................................................................................................... 9
    6.1.4 Threats ................................................................................................................................. 9
  6.2 Competitive Edge ................................................................................................................... 10
  6.3 Marketing Strategy ................................................................................................................ 10
  6.4 Sales Strategy ......................................................................................................................... 10
    6.4.1 Sales Forecast.................................................................................................................. 11
      Table: Sales Forecast ........................................................................................................... 11
      Chart: Sales Monthly ............................................................................................................ 12
      Chart: Sales by Year ............................................................................................................. 12
  6.5 Milestones.................................................................................................................................. 13
    Table: Milestones ....................................................................................................................... 13
  7.0 Management Summary ........................................................................................................ 14
  7.1 Personnel Plan ......................................................................................................................... 14
    8.0 Financial Plan ....................................................................................................................... 15
  8.1 Important Assumptions ....................................................................................................... 15
  8.2 Break-even Analysis .............................................................................................................. 15
    Table: Break-even Analysis.................................................................................................... 15
    Chart: Break-even Analysis ................................................................................................... 16
  8.3 Projected Profit and Loss ..................................................................................................... 16
    Table: Profit and Loss ............................................................................................................... 17

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    Chart: Profit Monthly ................................................................................................................ 18
    Chart: Profit Yearly .................................................................................................................... 18
    Chart: Gross Margin Monthly................................................................................................. 19
    Chart: Gross Margin Yearly .................................................................................................... 19
  8.4 Projected Cash Flow .............................................................................................................. 20
    Table: Cash Flow ........................................................................................................................ 20
    Chart: Cash .................................................................................................................................. 21
  8.5 Projected Balance Sheet ...................................................................................................... 22
    Table: Balance Sheet ................................................................................................................ 22
  8.6 Business Ratios ....................................................................................................................... 23
    Table: Ratios ................................................................................................................................ 23
Table: Sales Forecast ......................................................................................................................... 1
Table: Profit and Loss ......................................................................................................................... 2
Table: Cash Flow .................................................................................................................................. 3
Table: Balance Sheet .......................................................................................................................... 5




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1.0 Executive Summary

   Name: [Name]and [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   Email: [Address]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Web Site: [Your Website]

   [Company Name], Inc is led by husband and wife co-owners [Name] and [Name], who have
   considerable experience in running an effective business. Both owners offer more than seven
   years of hands-on industry experience and are very knowledgeable about the campground
   market. [Company Name], Inc is an "S" Corporation established in 2003. The Company is
   headquartered in [City, State] where it provides several campground services, beautiful
   scenery, as well as many amenities and recreational activities. The trails on the spacious
   campground sit on 250 acres.

   The focus of this business plan is to put forth objectives to have 85% occupancy on weekends,
   to satisfy customers and to contribute to the local community/economy. [Company Name], Inc
   is ready to elevate to the next step. The Company is seeking grant funding in the amount of
   $250,000. The funding will be used to add 30 new sites, to reduce debt, to add a laundry
   facility, to add rental cabins and campers, and to build a camp store.

   Based on the detailed financial projections, [Company Name] future sales for 2010, 2011
   and 2012 are expected to be $212,655, $233,921 and $257,313, respectively.

Chart: Highlights




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1.1 Objectives

   [Company Name], Inc. has three main objectives:
   1. To have 85% occupancy on weekends
   2. To satisfy our customers
   3. To contribute to the local community/economy

1.2 Mission

   [Company Name] provides an outdoor family recreation option, specifically camping, in an
   efficient professional and profitable manner.

1.3 Keys to Success

   [Company Name]'s keys to success are:
   1. Repeat Customers
   2. Positive Word of Mouth Advertising
   3. Professional and courteous staff providing a pleasant vacation environment

2.0 Company Summary

   [Company Name], Inc is headquartered in [City, State].

   Name: [Name]and [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   Email: [Address]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Web Site: [Your Website]

   [Company Name] is an "S" Corporation located on Route 12A in [City, State]. [Name]and
   [Name] have owned the campground since May 2003. Prior to this the campground was named
   Mobile Acres Campground and had been in business for 30-35 years. The Company's co-owners
   renovated and upgraded the entire campground. The campground now features an RV park that
   offers 102 sites open to RVs and tenters. The owners will add 30 new full hook-up sites this up-
   coming season.

   Currently, the site features an office building, two bath houses and a pavilion on the
   property. Additionally, the campground boasts a pool, shuffleboard court, volleyball,
   basketball, horseshoes, a river and trails for hiking and biking. The trails are on 250 acres of
   land that the owners owned prior to purchasing the campground.




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2.1 Company Ownership

   [Company Name], Inc is an "S" Corporation. The owners of the Company are [Name]- 50%
   and [Name] - 50%.

2.2 Company History

   [Company Name]'s sales for 2007, 2008, and 2009 were $148,322, $170,090 and $194,010,
   respectively. Earnings for this period were ($2,826), $11,091 and $38,902, respectively.

   The Past Financial Performance shows that the Company had an increase in its sales and
   earnings.

   In 2008, [Company Name] raised the daily rate from $30 to $35 for the full hook-up and from
   $25 to $30 for the water, electric and cable sites. The monthly rate went from $600 to $650.
   The seasonal rate stayed at $1650. In 2009 the seasonal rate increased to $1,800 and in 2010
   increased to $1,900. In 2008 vs. 2007, the Company saved almost $7,000, because it didn't
   have any office help. The owner [Name]covered the office on a full-time basis. From 2008 to
   2009, [Company Name], Inc saved significantly on interest expense, because it refinanced its
   bank debt.


Table: Past Performance

Past Performance
                                                   2007             2008             2009
Sales                                          $148,322         $170,090         $194,010
Gross Margin                                         $0               $0               $0
Gross Margin %                                   0.00%            0.00%            0.00%
Operating Expenses                             $119,043         $118,398         $112,671

Balance Sheet
                                                   2007             2008            2009
Current Assets
Cash                                             $1,179           $2,482            $300
Other Current Assets                                 $0            $180             $200
Total Current Assets                             $1,179           $2,662            $500

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                               $621,572          $666,751        $749,128
Accumulated Depreciation                       ($89,308)       ($129,909)      ($172,346)
Total Long-term Assets                         $710,880          $796,660        $921,474

Total Assets                                   $712,059         $799,322         $921,974




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Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                                        $0                $0                 $0
Current Borrowing                                       $0                $0                 $0
Other Current Liabilities (interest free)          $43,683           $46,688            $20,635
Total Current Liabilities                          $43,683           $46,688            $20,635

Long-term Liabilities                             $546,746         $538,032            $563,341
Total Liabilities                                 $590,429         $584,720            $583,976

Paid-in Capital                                       $300             $300                $300
Retained Earnings                                 $124,156         $203,211            $298,796
Earnings                                           ($2,826)         $11,091             $38,902
Total Capital                                     $121,630         $214,602            $337,998

Total Capital and Liabilities                     $712,059         $799,322            $921,974
Other Inputs
Payment Days                                            60                60                60

Chart: Past Performance




3.0 Services

    [Company Name], Inc offers:

       Camping sites to RVs and tenters.
       88 Full hook-up camp sites, which includes water, sewer, electric and cable.
       14 water, electric and cable sites.



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   The sites can be rented daily, weekly, monthly or by the season (May 15-Oct 15). [Company
   Name], Inc's future plans includes opening 30 new full hook-up sites this season and adding
   cabin rentals or camper rentals to people who like to camp but do not own an RV and prefer not
   to use a tent. However, [Company Name] is also considering adding a tenting section,
   separate from RV's. The Company currently offers an open pavilion that is available for rent. All
   reservations can be made by phone, internet and/or in person.

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   The campground and RV industry is expected to expand throughout the next few years. This
   industry includes RV parks and campgrounds, cabin and lodge resorts, membership
   campgrounds and resorts, industry suppliers and park developers. RV sales are expected to
   decline for a short period of time, which directly affects the amount of RV spaces
   required. Factors such as slow economic growth and high fuel prices will lead to lower growth in
   travel, but won’t harm the campground industry completely.

   Although the economy is in a bad state, people continue to     take family vacations, and camping
   is considered one of the cheapest vacation options. In fact,   there are now plenty of rentals out
   there in campgrounds such as cabins and RVs for people         who don’t actually own a camper.
   Additionally, tenting usually picks up significantly            during tight economic times.

   The campground industry will benefit from the older population, particularly of persons between
   55 and 75 years of age, as they will continue to positively influence demand and revenue
   growth. For this industry to thrive, campground and RV industry participants must improve
   facilities and amenities to attract guests.

   [Company Name], Inc focuses solely on the seasonal, monthly and daily/weekly campground
   markets. [Company Name], Inc has the services and amenities necessary to flourish within
   these markets. By supplying a beautiful atmosphere and delivering superior customer
   service, [Company Name], Inc potential is excellent.

4.1 Market Segmentation

   [Company Name]'s market segmentation scheme is fairly straightforward, and focuses on the
   target market, customers within the campground and RV industry in the area of [City, State].
   These customers prefer certain aesthetics and amenities and it’s the Company's duty to deliver
   on their expectations.

   The information contained in the market analysis table, displays [Company Name]'s main
   markets, which are seasonal, monthly, and daily/weekly campers. The Company's biggest
   growth potential is with seasonal campers. [Company Name], Inc has the opportunity to
   capitalize on couples and families looking for affordable vacation options that includes outdoor
   recreational activities. In fact, over the last three years, the Company compiled a waiting list of
   customers requesting a seasonal site. Therefore in developing the 30 new sites, the Company is
   aiming to fill 15-20 of those with seasonal campers by the 2011 season. [Company Name]'s
   monthly campers and daily/weekly campers exist due to the exceptional services that the
   campground offers. Additionally, [Company Name]'s professional reputation and the long-
   standing relationship the Company developed in its competitive industry also help them
   in maintaining their frequent campers.




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   [Company Name]'s customers appreciate the campground's beautiful scenery and abundant
   services. These customers have the option to camp at other campgrounds, but they
   understand that camping with [Company Name], Inc is exciting and beneficial to them
   because [Company Name] delivers the dedication and atmosphere that they desire.

Table: Market Analysis

Market Analysis
                                      2010         2011         2012       2013        2014
Potential Customers      Growth                                                                   CAGR
Seasonal Campers            2%     621,270       633,695      646,369    659,296    672,482       2.00%
Monthly Campers             2%      35,000        35,700       36,414     37,142     37,885       2.00%
Daily/Weekly                2%       1,194         1,218        1,242      1,267      1,292       1.99%
Campers
Total                    2.00%     657,464       670,613      684,025    697,705    711,659       2.00%

Chart: Market Analysis (Pie)




4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   Currently, [Company Name], Inc serves the campground and RV market segment. [Company
   Name]'s choice of target markets is based on comprehensive experience within the campground
   industry coupled with an in-depth understanding of the customer's needs. [Company Name]'s
   skills and capabilities have allowed the Company to effectively compete and establish a
   reputation within its area. However strengthening its marketing strategy will improve the
   Company's profitability levels and build on to its customer base.

   Because [Company Name], Inc mainly focuses on seasonal, monthly and daily/weekly
   campers, the Company knows how to meet the specific needs of its customers. [Company
   Name], Inc gains more and more campground customers due to:

      Gas prices. People want to travel less.

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      Time involved. Seasonal campers get to spend more time camping and less time packing,
       unpacking and setting up with each trip out.
      More cost efficient. For a regular camper, a seasonal site can save them money compared
       to paying the daily or monthly rates.

4.3 Service Business Analysis

   There are approximately 25-30 private campgrounds in Central Vermont and about 15 state
   parks. The private campgrounds vary significantly in the services they offer and state
   campgrounds do not offer electricity at their sites. There are approximately 100 campgrounds
   just in Vermont combining private and state parks. Some of these are destination
   campgrounds. Campgrounds can offer services from needs of tenters all the way to the needs
   of campers in large RV's. Rates vary depending on the level of services provided and the
   location. For instance, campgrounds near a large tourist attraction may drive a higher rate.

   [Company Name], Inc currently has limited Wi-Fi and realizes that it will need to implement a
   more sophisticated system to cover the entire campground in order to keep up with its
   competitors and meet the need of its campers. Furthermore, the Company understands that
   it’s their duty to offer customers the best service at reasonable prices. [Company Name], Inc
   markets their services through the use of:

      brochures distributed at Vermont interstate rest areas and at campground tradeshows
      an ad in the Vermont Campground Guide
      a listing in the Woodall's and Trailer Life camping directories
       local advertising with the Randolph Guide
      on our website ([Your Website])

   These methods of advertising have proved successful for the Company. In surveying
   customers, [Company Name], Inc have found that its customers come from a fairly small radius
   and therefore the local advertising seems to be the most effective. Additionally, word of mouth
   advertising has been extremely beneficial for the Company.

   As simple as it may be, [Company Name]'s method of executing exceptional customer service
   has an important effect on the bottom line: People want to give their business to those who
   appreciate it. Skillful use of advertising and strong communication will bring the business the
   Company desires.

4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns

   [Company Name], Inc found that campers turn to other campers for campground
   recommendations. Actually experiencing the campground is much better than reading about it
   or seeing it in a guide. Campers also choose destinations based on location, which is an
   advantage for the Company because of its central location and accessibility from the interstate.

   Campers are also looking for a quality product. With many large RVs they require updated
   electrical (50 amp) and also have television & showers, so they want a cable option and good
   water pressure. Given that [Company Name], Inc was completely updated (water, electric,
   cable and sewer) in 2005, this also works to the Company's advantage.




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[Company Name], Inc has the option to cater to families, older population, couples, etc. The
Company has chosen to cater to families and therefore include activities that families can enjoy.

      Lake Champagne Campground, located in Randolph Center is our closest competitor based
       on its location. They are less than a half mile off the interstate, so they have the benefit of
       getting campers to stay a night when they are just passing through the area. They also
       have more tent sites to offer. However, they do not offer any planned activities and have a
       pond on site rather than a pool and river.
      White River Valley Campground, located in Graysville is also near us, but does not offer the
       updated services (electric, cable, sewer). They have more tent sites and cater to smaller
       RV units and tenters.
      Limehurst Lake Campground, located in Williamstown also within 25 miles, offers a pond
       rather than a pool and/or river. They are further from the interstate and they also offer
       rentals, more tent sites and an onsite stores. However, they lack open common areas or
       updated services.

5.0 Web Plan Summary

   [Company Name]'s website is an opportunity to offer current information on service offerings,
   company background, announcements and special discounts. The website is another method to
   generate steady business in its area.

5.1 Website Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name], Inc has an effective website that generates inquiries and reservation
   requests as well as providing specific information on the campground.
   The Company has links from the national campground guides that are online as well as the
   Vermont Campground Association website. Furthermore, the Company has an alliance with
   many local and national organizations; thus [Company Name], Inc will capitalize on using its
   marketing channels to promote the website.

5.2 Development Requirements

   [Company Name], Inc will keep updated photos, calendars, rates and information on the
   website so that it is helpful to customers searching the website and surfing the internet.

6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

   [Company Name], Inc has clearly defined the target market and has differentiated the
   Company by offering a solid solution to fulfilling its customers' needs. Reasonable sales targets
   have been established with an implementation plan designed to ensure the goals set forth
   below are achieved.




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6.1 SWOT Analysis

   The SWOT analysis aids in displaying the internal strengths and weaknesses that [Company
   Name], Inc must address. It allows us to examine the opportunities presented to [Company
   Name], Inc as well as potential threats. The Company's strength will help it to succeed. These
   strengths are: having a newly renovated campground, an outstanding reputation, strong repeat
   business, ability to provide scheduled weekend activities and offering a variety of recreational
   activities. Strengths are valuable, but it is also important to realize the weaknesses [Company
   Name], Inc must address. These weaknesses include: not having specific tent section to offer,
   not having a camp store or laundry and not offering rental units.

6.1.1 Strengths

   [Company Name], Inc has much notable strength. These strengths include the Company’s:
   1. Newly renovated campground
   2. Good reputation
   3. Strong repeat business
   4. Ability to provide scheduled weekend activities
   5. Variety of recreation offered, such as swimming, tubing, hiking, biking, horseshoes,
      shuffleboard, volleyball, basketball, etc.

6.1.2 Weaknesses

   [Company Name], Inc has a few weaknesses. These are the following weaknesses:
   1. No specific tent section to offer
   2. No camp store or laundry
   3. No rental units

6.1.3 Opportunities

   [Company Name], Inc knows that implementing our marketing plan will provide new
   opportunities. Our Company hopes to extend our reach through strategic alliances that offer
   sources for referrals and joint marketing activities. We know this will provide [Company Name],
   Inc with repeat business while allowing us to capitalize on effective word of mouth advertising.

6.1.4 Threats

   Since camping is a relatively inexpensive vacation option, a strong downturn in the economy
   can be beneficial to our Company. However, a strong downturn in the economy can also be a
   major threat that prevents us from having the sales we desire. Other threats that can
   affect [Company Name] are increases in gas prices and poor weather.




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6.2 Competitive Edge

   [Company Name]'s competitive edge relies in the Company's ability to position itself as
   strategic ally with its customers. The Company's reputation of providing personal service as well
   as being trustworthy and reliable is important. By building a business based on long-standing
   relationships with satisfied clients, [Company Name], Inc will simultaneously build defenses
   against competition. The longer the relationship stands, the more the Company helps its
   customers understand what they offer them and why they need it.

   Additionally, [Company Name], Inc attracts customers with its recently renovated site and up-
   to-date services as well as with its hardworking and dedicated staff that work diligently to help
   the business succeed.

6.3 Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name]'s marketing strategy involves advertising and reaching all the potential
   clients that it can. The Company's goal is to provide exceptional service to its customers.
   [Company Name], Inc knows what each customer needs and aims to satisfy them.

   Currently, [Company Name], Inc has an advantage because the co-owners, [Name]and
   [Name] are superior business owners with excellent work ethics, camp sites and communication
   skills. The husband and wife team also offers seven years of experience to the campground and
   RV industry. [Company Name]'s amazing amenities, pleasant atmosphere and quality service
   has helped the Company build a strong reputation with its customer base.

   Additionally, the Company will use the seasonal waiting list to meet its projected seasonal
   sales/occupancy. Calls need to be made to prospective customers in a timely manner, meaning
   before they commit to a seasonal at another campground. [Company Name]'s marketing
   strategy also includes expanding the Company's services to attract more customers. Examples
   of these services the Company plans to offer are laundry, camp store, rental units and tent
   sections.

6.4 Sales Strategy

   The owners of [Company Name], Inc have excellent customer relations and work ethics.
   [Company Name] makes an effort to stay in line with campgrounds in its area that are offering
   similar services; therefore paying attention to industry rates and amenities is
   important. Keeping customers happy is an implicit part of building a relationship that will
   encourage repeat business.




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6.4.1 Sales Forecast

   [Company Name] operates during the months of May-October; therefore most of the
   Company’s sales are accumulated during those six months.

   [Company Name]'s average monthly sales for its seasonal campers are $30,757. The
   Company's annual total sales for seasonal campers are averaged at $92,271. The seasonal pays
   in three equal installments due on November 1st, February 1st and May 1st.
   Outside of that there is very little income during the months of November-April, which is the
   off-season.

   [Company Name]'s average monthly sale for its monthly campers is $6,673. The Company's
   annual total sales for this group are averaged at $40,038.

   [Company Name]'s average monthly sales for its daily/weekly campers are $13,391. Overall,
   the average annual total sales for this group are averaged at $80,346.

   The 2010 forecast for [Company Name]'s total sales are $212,655. During the years 2011 and
   2012 the Company will see a 10% annual increase.

Table: Sales Forecast

Sales Forecast
                                                      2010             2011             2012
Sales
Seasonal                                           $92,271         $101,498         $111,648
Monthly                                            $40,038          $44,042          $48,446
Daily/Weekly                                       $80,346          $88,381          $97,219
Total Sales                                       $212,655         $233,921         $257,313

Direct Cost of Sales                                  2010             2011             2012
Electricity                                         $23,502          $25,000          $27,000
Cable                                               $11,502          $12,652          $13,917
Credit Card Fees                                     $3,498           $3,848           $4,233
Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales                       $38,502          $41,500          $45,150




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Chart: Sales Monthly




Chart: Sales by Year




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6.5 Milestones

   To achieve growth or maintain its customer base, [Company Name], Inc will need to continue
   to keep the campground upgraded, clean and well kept. This helps the campground to maintain
   that "new" feeling. This will also aid the Company in maintaining its current reputation.

   The marketing goals that have been outlined in this business plan can be achieved through
   meeting deadlines and implementing ideas. Some of these are outlined below:

   1.   Obtain grant funding to improve business
   2.   Add 30 new sites.
   3.   Reduce Debt.
   4.   Add laundry facility.
   5.   Add rental cabins.
   6.   Add rental campers.
   7.   Build a camp store.

Table: Milestones

     Milestones

      Milestone             Start Date       End Date          Budget              Manager
Add 30 new sites             9/1/2009        9/1/2010        $110,000               [Name]
Debt Reduction               7/1/2010        9/1/2010         $80,000               [Name]
Add a laundry facility       7/1/2010        9/1/2010         $20,000               [Name]

Add rental cabins             1/1/2011        5/1/2011        $25,000               [Name]

Add rental campers            1/1/2011        5/1/2011        $10,000               [Name]

Build a camp store            1/1/2011        5/1/2011         $5,000               [Name]

     Totals                                                  $250,000




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7.0 Management Summary

   [Company Name] is managed by co-owners [Name]and [Name], who handle all of the day-to-
   day activities. The business was purchased by the Rea family in 2003 and was initially
   maintained by a hired worker. In 2005 [Name], started working at the campground, where she
   eventually tackled the coordination of the activities as well as the office duties. Her background
   is in business management. She was the controller at an international company for 15 years,
   and handled the financial activities of the Company. [Name]holds a Bachelors of Science in
   Business Management from the University of Vermont.

   [Name] maintains the grounds as well as any new projects at the campground. Mr. Rea
   understands what it takes to make a business successful. He operates his own Real Estate
   business, which he has done for 10 years and he previously ran and owned a bike
   shop. [Name] holds a Bachelors of Science in business from the University of Wyoming.

   The managers hire contract workers to handle the landscaping, cleaning of the bath house and
   occasional office duties. The managers also hire local entertainers (bands, DJs, performers) and
   caterers for scheduled activities on the weekends.

7.1 Personnel Plan

   [Name]and [Name] are the co-owners of [Company Name], Inc. The husband and wife team
   have seven years of managerial experience in the campground and RV industry and has
   extensive knowledge of this market.

   The co-owners manage all aspects of the business without the assistance of a regular staff. At
   this point, unless the addition of the 30 new sites requires it, the co-owners will continue to
   work independently to cover the jobs that need to get done at the campground. The co-owners
   have not decided to create a payroll as yet; however there may be some additional contracted
   service help if needed.




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8.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan for [Company Name], Inc is to obtain grant funding in the amount of
   $250,000. The grant will be used to expand the campground, reduce debt and build rental
   cabins and campers.

   From 2003 to 2009, the campground experienced a sales increase of almost $125,000 or more
   than 250% increase in sales. The percentage increase was much larger initially as the Company
   renovated and revived the business and has leveled off to 14% increases over the last two
   years. The Company forecasts a larger increase (20%) this year, given that it has the 30 new
   sites to rent, however after that the Company projected a smaller increase (10%), which will
   mostly be attributed to annual price increases and the balance to increased rentals.

   [Company Name], Inc incurred a loss through 2006 when it finished the renovations.
   Beginning in 2007, the Company started showing a profit and have continued since then.

   The following sections of this plan will serve to describe [Company Name], Inc financial plan in
   more detail:

      General Assumptions
      Break-even Analysis
      Profit and Loss
      Cash Flow
      Balance

8.1 Important Assumptions

   The table below presents the assumptions used in the financial calculations of this business
   plan.

   [Company Name], Inc average percent variable cost is estimated to be 18%. The estimated
   monthly fixed cost is $7,751.

8.2 Break-even Analysis

   For the Company's break-even analysis, the monthly revenue break-even is projected to be
   $9,465. The break-even analysis has been calculated on the "burn rate" of The Company.
   [Company Name], Inc feels that this gives the investor a more accurate picture of the actual
   risk of the venture.


Table: Break-even Analysis

Break-even Analysis

Monthly Revenue Break-even                         $9,465

Assumptions:
Average Percent Variable Cost                        18%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost                       $7,751


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   Chart: Break-even Analysis




8.3 Projected Profit and Loss

   [Company Name]'s Pro Forma Profit and Loss statement was constructed from a conservative
   point-of-view, and is based in large part on past performance. The detailed monthly pro-forma
   income statement for the first year is included in the appendix. The annual estimates are
   included here.

   The sales for 2010, 2011 and 2012 are $212,655, $233,921 and $257,313, respectively. The
   net profit for the same period is $29,327, $40,666 and $56,209, respectively. The percentages
   of the net profit sales for this period were 13.79%, 17.38% and 21.84%, respectively.

   The depreciation of existing assets is $42,437. Once the Company receives grant funding to add
   the new assets, the depreciation of the new fixed assets will be over a five year period and is
   depreciated by 20%. Since the laundry, rental cabins, rental campers and camp store totaled
   $60,000, it’s then divided by five years and equals $12,000 a year. The depreciation for 2011
   and 2012 will be calculated using straight-line depreciation.

   The aggregated amount of miscellaneous expenses is 10% of the total sales.




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Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and Loss
                                       2010             2011             2012
Sales                              $212,655         $233,921         $257,313
Direct Cost of Sales                $38,502          $41,500          $45,150
Other Costs of Sales                 $3,321           $3,421           $3,524
Total Cost of Sales                 $41,823          $44,921          $48,674

Gross Margin                       $170,832         $188,999         $208,639
Gross Margin %                      80.33%           80.80%           81.08%


Expenses
Payroll                                  $0               $0               $0
Marketing/Promotion                  $3,744           $3,856           $3,972
Depreciation                        $48,432          $54,437          $54,437
Utilities                           $23,952          $24,671          $25,411
Insurance                            $6,108           $6,291           $6,480
Other                               $10,777          $11,100          $11,433

Total Operating Expenses            $93,013         $100,355         $101,733

Profit Before Interest and Taxes    $77,819          $88,644         $106,906
EBITDA                             $126,251         $143,081         $161,343
 Interest Expense                   $35,923          $30,550          $26,607
 Taxes Incurred                     $12,569          $17,428          $24,090

Net Profit                          $29,327          $40,666          $56,209
Net Profit/Sales                    13.79%           17.38%           21.84%




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Chart: Profit Monthly




Chart: Profit Yearly




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Chart: Gross Margin Monthly




Chart: Gross Margin Yearly




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8.4 Projected Cash Flow

   [Company Name], Inc has applied for a grant of $250,000. In 2010, the Company forecast
   that it will receive $250,000 in the month of July. After receipt of the Grant Funding, it
   will use $20,000 to add a laundry facility. These purchases are reflected in the purchase of
   other current assets. Additionally, the Company will use $110,000 for capital improvement of
   the land to add 30 new sites.

   [Company Name], Inc will also use $25,000 to add rental cabins, $10,000 to add rental
   campers and $5,000 to build a camp store, which is reflected in the purchase of long-term
   assets.

   The Long-term liabilities are $563,341. We've allocated $4,695 to reduce principle. Additionally
   the Company has an $80,000 loan for the new sites on which it has been making interest only
   payments. Upon receipt of grant funding, the Company will use $80,000 to reduce its debt.

   The following table displays [Company Name]'s cash flow and the chart illustrates monthly cash
   flow in the first year. Monthly cash flow projections are also included in the appendix.

Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                                           2010              2011             2012
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Sales                                              $212,655         $233,921         $257,313
Subtotal Cash from Operations                           $212,655         $233,921         $257,313

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received                         $12,759          $14,035          $15,439
New Current Borrowing                                         $0               $0               $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-free)                         $0               $0               $0
New Long-term Liabilities                                     $0               $0               $0
Sales of Other Current Assets                                 $0               $0               $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                                     $0               $0               $0
New Investment Received                                 $250,000               $0               $0
Subtotal Cash Received                                  $475,414         $247,956         $272,751




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Expenditures                                      2010            2011              2012

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                                       $0               $0              $0
Bill Payments                                 $133,581         $128,724        $146,021
Subtotal Spent on Operations                  $133,581         $128,724        $146,021

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out               $12,759          $14,035         $15,439
Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing            $0               $0              $0
Other Liabilities Principal Repayment          $12,200               $0              $0
Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment      $98,744          $56,334         $56,334
Purchase Other Current Assets                  $20,000               $0              $0
Purchase Long-term Assets                      $40,000               $0              $0
Dividends                                           $0               $0              $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                           $317,284         $199,093        $217,794

Net Cash Flow                                 $158,130          $48,863         $54,957
Cash Balance                                  $158,430         $207,293        $262,251




   Chart: Cash




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8.5 Projected Balance Sheet

    [Company Name]'s net worth is projected to be $272,633, $313,299 and $369,508, for 2010,
    2011, and 2012, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                   2010            2011            2012
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                                           $158,430        $207,293         $262,251
Other Current Assets                            $20,200         $20,200          $20,200
Total Current Assets                           $178,630        $227,493         $282,451

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                               $789,128        $789,128         $789,128
Accumulated Depreciation                       $220,778        $275,215         $329,652
Total Long-term Assets                         $568,350        $513,913         $459,476
Total Assets                                   $746,980        $741,406         $741,927

Liabilities and Capital                            2010            2011            2012

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                                 $1,316         $11,410          $12,055
Current Borrowing                                    $0              $0               $0
Other Current Liabilities                        $8,435          $8,435           $8,435
Subtotal Current Liabilities                     $9,751         $19,845          $20,490

Long-term Liabilities                          $464,597        $408,263         $351,929
Total Liabilities                              $474,348        $428,108         $372,419

Paid-in Capital                                $250,300        $250,300         $250,300
Retained Earnings                               ($6,994)        $22,333          $62,999
Earnings                                        $29,327         $40,666          $56,209
Total Capital                                  $272,633        $313,299         $369,508
Total Liabilities and Capital                  $746,980        $741,406         $741,927

Net Worth                                      $272,633        $313,299         $369,508




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8.6 Business Ratios

 The table below presents the projected business ratios from the RV parks and campground
 markets as a reference.

Table: Ratios

Ratio Analysis
                                        2010          2011          2012        Industry
                                                                                  Profile
Sales Growth                           9.61%        10.00%        10.00%          1.95%

Percent of Total Assets
Inventory                              1.02%         0.87%         0.77%          1.70%
Other Current Assets                   5.69%         4.42%         3.54%         34.62%
Total Current Assets                  88.96%        91.70%        93.57%         41.42%
Long-term Assets                      11.04%         8.30%         6.43%         58.58%
Total Assets                         100.00%       100.00%       100.00%        100.00%

Current Liabilities                    4.14%         3.79%         3.20%          20.40%
Long-term Liabilities                  0.00%         0.00%         0.00%          72.80%
Total Liabilities                      4.14%         3.79%         3.20%          93.20%
Net Worth                             95.86%        96.21%        96.80%           6.80%

Percent of Sales
Sales                                100.00%       100.00%       100.00%        100.00%
Gross Margin                          80.08%        80.20%        80.30%         83.64%
Selling, General & Administrative     38.94%        38.02%        37.16%         19.90%
Expenses
Advertising Expenses                   1.76%         1.65%         1.54%           1.47%
Profit Before Interest and Taxes      58.94%        60.40%        61.77%           6.61%

Main Ratios
Current                                 21.51         24.19         29.24           1.32
Quick                                   21.26         23.96         29.00           1.24
Total Debt to Total Assets             4.14%         3.79%         3.20%         93.20%
Pre-tax Return on Net Worth           37.10%        32.36%        29.02%        156.04%
Pre-tax Return on Assets              35.57%        31.13%        28.09%         10.62%




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Additional Ratios              2010          2011          2012
Net Profit Margin            41.14%        42.17%        43.14%                n.a
Return on Equity             25.97%        22.65%        20.31%                n.a

Activity Ratios
Inventory Turnover             11.77        11.25          11.21               n.a
Accounts Payable Turnover      14.50        12.17          12.17               n.a
Payment Days                      27           26             29               n.a
Total Asset Turnover            0.61         0.52           0.46               n.a

Debt Ratios
Debt to Net Worth               0.04          0.04          0.03               n.a
Current Liab. to Liab.          1.00          1.00          1.00               n.a

Liquidity Ratios
Net Working Capital         $298,059     $397,942      $510,217                n.a
Interest Coverage             341.79       385.29        433.41                n.a

Additional Ratios
Assets to Sales                 1.65         1.94           2.19               n.a
Current Debt/Total Assets        4%           4%             3%                n.a
Acid Test                      21.26        23.96          29.00               n.a
Sales/Net Worth                 0.63         0.54           0.47               n.a
Dividend Payout                 0.00         0.00           0.00               n.a




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Table: Sales Forecast

Sales Forecast
                                Jan      Feb    Mar   Apr      May       Jun         Jul      Aug       Sep       Oct       Nov    Dec
Sales
Seasonal                        $0    $30,757    $0   $0    $30,757        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0   $30,757    $0
Monthly                         $0         $0    $0   $0     $6,673    $6,673    $6,673     $6,673    $6,673    $6,673        $0    $0
Daily/Weekly                    $0         $0    $0   $0    $13,391   $13,391   $13,391    $13,391   $13,391   $13,391        $0    $0
Total Sales                     $0    $30,757    $0   $0    $50,821   $20,064   $20,064    $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $30,757    $0

Direct Cost of Sales            Jan      Feb    Mar   Apr       May       Jun        Jul       Aug       Sep       Oct      Nov    Dec
Electricity                      $0       $0     $0    $0    $3,917    $3,917    $3,917     $3,917    $3,917    $3,917       $0     $0
Cable                            $0       $0     $0    $0    $1,917    $1,917    $1,917     $1,917    $1,917    $1,917       $0     $0
Credit Card Fees                 $0       $0     $0    $0      $583      $583      $583       $583      $583      $583       $0     $0
Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales    $0       $0     $0    $0    $6,417    $6,417    $6,417     $6,417    $6,417    $6,417       $0     $0
Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and
Loss
                                   Jan        Feb        Mar        Apr        May       Jun        Jul       Aug       Sep       Oct       Nov       Dec
Sales                               $0    $30,757         $0         $0    $50,821   $20,064   $20,064    $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $30,757        $0
Direct Cost of Sales                $0         $0         $0         $0     $6,417    $6,417    $6,417     $6,417    $6,417    $6,417        $0        $0
Other Costs of Sales     10%        $0         $0         $0         $0       $642      $642      $323       $329      $336      $343      $350      $357
Total Cost of Sales                 $0         $0         $0         $0     $7,059    $7,059    $6,740     $6,746    $6,753    $6,760      $350      $357

Gross Margin                        $0     $30,757        $0         $0    $43,762   $13,005   $13,324    $13,318   $13,311   $13,304   $30,407    ($357)
Gross Margin %                  0.00%     100.00%     0.00%      0.00%     86.11%    64.82%    66.41%     66.38%    66.34%    66.31%    98.86%     0.00%


Expenses
Payroll                             $0         $0         $0         $0         $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Marketing/Promotion               $312       $312       $312       $312       $312      $312      $312       $312      $312      $312      $312      $312
Depreciation                    $3,536     $3,536     $3,536     $3,536     $3,536    $3,536    $4,536     $4,536    $4,536    $4,536    $4,536    $4,536
Utilities                           $0         $0         $0         $0     $3,992    $3,992    $3,992     $3,992    $3,992    $3,992        $0        $0
Insurance                15%      $509       $509       $509       $509       $509      $509      $509       $509      $509      $509      $509      $509
Other                    10%      $829         $0         $0         $0     $1,658    $1,658    $1,658     $1,658    $1,658    $1,658        $0        $0

Total Operating                 $5,186     $4,357     $4,357     $4,357    $10,007   $10,007   $11,007    $11,007   $11,007   $11,007    $5,357    $5,357
Expenses

Profit Before Interest         ($5,186)   $26,400    ($4,357)   ($4,357)   $33,755    $2,998    $2,317     $2,311    $2,304    $2,297   $25,050   ($5,714)
and Taxes
EBITDA                         ($1,650)   $29,936      ($821)     ($821)   $37,291    $6,534    $6,853     $6,847    $6,840    $6,833   $29,586   ($1,178)
 Interest Expense                $3,277    $3,268      $3,259     $3,250    $3,241    $3,231    $2,756     $2,747    $2,737    $2,728    $2,719     $2,710
 Taxes Incurred                ($2,539)    $6,940    ($2,285)   ($2,282)    $9,154     ($70)    ($132)     ($131)    ($130)    ($129)    $6,699   ($2,527)

Net Profit                     ($5,924)   $16,192    ($5,331)   ($5,325)   $21,360    ($163)    ($307)     ($305)    ($303)    ($302)   $15,632   ($5,897)
Net Profit/Sales                 0.00%    52.65%       0.00%      0.00%    42.03%    -0.81%    -1.53%     -1.52%    -1.51%    -1.50%    50.82%      0.00%
Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                    Jan      Feb    Mar   Apr      May       Jun         Jul      Aug       Sep       Oct       Nov    Dec
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Sales                          $0    $30,757    $0   $0    $50,821   $20,064    $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $30,757    $0
Subtotal Cash from                  $0    $30,757    $0   $0    $50,821   $20,064    $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $20,064   $30,757    $0
Operations

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST     6.00%   $0     $1,845    $0   $0     $3,049    $1,204     $1,204    $1,204    $1,204    $1,204    $1,845    $0
Received
New Current Borrowing               $0        $0     $0   $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0     $0
New Other Liabilities               $0        $0     $0   $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0     $0
(interest-free)
New Long-term Liabilities           $0        $0     $0   $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0     $0
Sales of Other Current              $0        $0     $0   $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0     $0
Assets
Sales of Long-term Assets           $0         $0    $0   $0         $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0    $0
New Investment Received             $0         $0    $0   $0         $0        $0   $250,000        $0        $0        $0        $0    $0
Subtotal Cash Received              $0    $32,602    $0   $0    $53,870   $21,268   $271,268   $21,268   $21,268   $21,268   $32,602    $0
Expenditures                      Jan       Feb         Mar        Apr        May          Jun         Jul       Aug        Sep        Oct        Nov         Dec

Expenditures from
Operations
Cash Spending                      $0         $0         $0         $0          $0          $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Bill Payments                     $80     $2,676    $10,721     $1,795      $2,593     $25,617     $16,663    $15,835    $15,833    $15,831    $15,655    $10,282
Subtotal Spent on                 $80     $2,676    $10,721     $1,795      $2,593     $25,617     $16,663    $15,835    $15,833    $15,831    $15,655    $10,282
Operations

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST            $0     $1,845         $0         $0      $3,049      $1,204      $1,204     $1,204     $1,204     $1,204     $1,845         $0
Paid Out
Principal Repayment of             $0        $0          $0         $0          $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0
Current Borrowing
Other Liabilities Principal    $1,350     $1,350     $1,350     $1,350      $1,350      $1,350      $1,350     $1,350     $1,350       $50
Repayment
Long-term Liabilities          $1,562     $1,562     $1,562     $1,562      $1,562      $1,562     $81,562     $1,562     $1,562     $1,562     $1,562     $1,562
Principal Repayment
Purchase Other Current             $0        $0          $0         $0     $20,000          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0
Assets
Purchase Long-term Assets          $0         $0         $0         $0     $40,000          $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Dividends                          $0         $0         $0         $0          $0          $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Subtotal Cash Spent            $2,992     $7,434    $13,633     $4,707     $68,554     $29,733    $100,779    $19,951    $19,949    $18,647    $19,063    $11,844

Net Cash Flow                 ($2,992)   $25,169   ($13,633)   ($4,707)   ($14,684)    ($8,465)   $170,489     $1,317     $1,319     $2,621    $13,540   ($11,844)
Cash Balance                  ($2,692)   $22,477      $8,844     $4,138   ($10,547)   ($19,012)   $151,478   $152,795   $154,114   $156,734   $170,274   $158,430
Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance
Sheet
                                                   Jan         Feb         Mar         Apr         May         Jun          Jul        Aug         Sep         Oct         Nov         Dec
Assets                      Starting
                            Balances

Current Assets
Cash                                   $300    ($2,692)    $22,477      $8,844      $4,138    ($10,547)   ($19,012)   $151,478    $152,795    $154,114    $156,734    $170,274    $158,430
Other Current Assets                   $200       $200        $200        $200        $200      $20,200     $20,200    $20,200     $20,200     $20,200     $20,200     $20,200     $20,200
Total Current Assets                   $500    ($2,492)    $22,677      $9,044      $4,338       $9,653      $1,188   $171,678    $172,995    $174,314    $176,934    $190,474    $178,630

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                $749,128      $749,128    $749,128    $749,128    $749,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128    $789,128
Accumulated                     $172,346      $175,882    $179,418    $182,954    $186,490    $190,026    $193,562    $198,098    $202,634    $207,170    $211,706    $216,242    $220,778
Depreciation
Total Long-term Assets          $576,782      $573,246    $569,710    $566,174    $562,638    $599,102    $595,566    $591,030    $586,494    $581,958    $577,422    $572,886    $568,350
Total Assets                    $577,282      $570,754    $592,387    $575,218    $566,976    $608,755    $596,754    $762,708    $759,489    $756,272    $754,356    $763,360    $746,980

Liabilities and Capital                            Jan         Feb         Mar         Apr         May         Jun          Jul        Aug         Sep         Oct         Nov         Dec

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                      $0        $2,309     $10,661      $1,735      $1,729     $25,061     $16,135     $15,307     $15,305     $15,304     $15,302     $10,236      $1,316
Current Borrowing                     $0            $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0
Other Current Liabilities        $20,635       $19,285     $17,935     $16,585     $15,235     $13,885     $12,535     $11,185      $9,835      $8,485      $8,435      $8,435      $8,435
Subtotal Current                 $20,635       $21,594     $28,596     $18,320     $16,964     $38,946     $28,670     $26,492     $25,140     $23,789     $23,737     $18,671      $9,751
Liabilities

Long-term Liabilities           $563,341      $561,779    $560,217    $558,655    $557,093    $555,531    $553,969    $472,407    $470,845    $469,283    $467,721    $466,159    $464,597
Total Liabilities               $583,976      $583,373    $588,813    $576,975    $574,057    $594,477    $582,639    $498,899    $495,985    $493,072    $491,458    $484,830    $474,348

Paid-in Capital                      $300         $300         $300        $300        $300       $300        $300    $250,300    $250,300    $250,300    $250,300    $250,300    $250,300
Retained Earnings               ($45,896)      ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)    ($6,994)
Earnings                          $38,902      ($5,924)    $10,268       $4,937      ($387)    $20,973     $20,810     $20,503     $20,198     $19,894     $19,592     $35,224     $29,327
Total Capital                    ($6,694)     ($12,618)      $3,574    ($1,757)    ($7,081)    $14,279     $14,116    $263,809    $263,504    $263,200    $262,898    $278,530    $272,633
Total Liabilities and           $577,282      $570,754    $592,387    $575,218    $566,976    $608,755    $596,754    $762,708    $759,489    $756,272    $754,356    $763,360    $746,980
Capital

Net Worth                        ($6,694)     ($12,618)     $3,574    ($1,757)    ($7,081)     $14,279     $14,116    $263,809    $263,504    $263,200    $262,898    $278,530    $272,633

				
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