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Investors and/or interested deveopers please respond via email.

Advanced Media Group's (8) Year Investment into Downtown Lancaster,


The Lancaster Convention Center & Our UPS STORE Concept.

ADVACED MEDIA GROUPS (8) YEAR IVESTMET I DOWTOW LACASTER


This weekend at the Party that Mayor Rick Gray hosted on Friday night in the Dome, we were discussing
the needs for retail establishments in Downtown Lancaster. He had told me that the James Street
Improvement District had done a retail assessment of the current retail space and a needs analysis of
needed retail spaces that would compliment the already existing retail space. I have been investing time
and energies to the revitalization of Downtown Lancaster for the past 8 years.
I informed Rick that I have an exclusive agreement for a UPS Shipping/Copy Store in
Downtown Lancaster, and he thought it was a great fit and a great idea for Downtown
Lancaster. Advanced Media Group would also add services such as scanning, imaging, and
records management services that would attract an additional market to the concept.
I am an ardent advocate for the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center and in April of 2005 we sued the
Lancaster County Hoteliers for refusing to pay the Tourism Excise Tax. We are still continuing our efforts
for the Excelsior Place Development on East King Street.
We currently have a signed Non Disclosure Agreement with Realtor Jeff Lefevre and Caldwell Banker for
the Excelsior Place Property.
I also had authored the Development Plan for the S.N. Lombardo Development on 626 West Charllotte
Street in May of 2007.
In 2005 I had worked closely with Joe Pinto, the former General Manager for the Lancaster Barnstormers
and the Clipper Stadium; drawing on my experience working with Tony Bongiovi and Power Station
Studios in New York for our "Digital Movie". I was trying to help the Clipper Stadium locate and contract
music acts for a Summer Concert Series. I had begun talks with Sara McLachlan and hope that when
Sara
McLachlan
returns
on
tour
the
Clipper
will
be
one
of
her
concerts.
I had talks with Clair Brothers in Lititz (In 1987 Gene Clair was considering an investment into my
"Digital Movie with Tony Bongiovi) to try to help attract some acts to the Stadium. Unfortunately, when I
had met with Randy Patterson of the Redevelopment Authority, which owns the Stadium, I learned that
concerts were not a top priority for them or the Barnstormers.
Maybe that will change before next Spring. And of course, Sheryl Crow is a shareholder of Advanced
Media Group, so someday maybe she might come around. I was also trying to convince Joe Pinto of the
merits of a country concert or two, and we all know by now what Country Music means to Lancaster
County.
My family had various successful investments in Downtown Lancaster over the past 50 years. My fathers
first Dry Cleaners (Sam Caterbone Cleaners, Inc.,) was on the corner of Plum and Orange Streets before
expanding and moving to Manheim Pike in the early 1960s. My Uncle Dominic (Mickey) Roda was the
proprietor for Garvins Beauty Salon, in the former Garvins Department Store, which later moved across
the street to the Lancaster Parking Garage on East King Street. My other Uncle Benjamin Roda operated
Rodas Beauty Salon on East King Street. And I had an office for SJ Caterbone Painting and Renovating

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on the corner of Walnut and Marshall Streets.


Here is my resume and below is my website for your information. You may also visit my Video Biography
by clicking here.
We do have a very successful track record for vision in our 25 year history of entrepreneurship.
Sincerely,
Stan J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
Stan J. Caterbone
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Visit Our Blog
Visit Our Video Biography

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987
due to going public (WhistleBlower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal& Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC
pleaded guilty to selling arms toIraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend ourreputation
and the truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media,which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our
communications to thwartfurther libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and ourbusiness. We continue our fight
forjustice through the Courts, and some communications are a means of protectingour rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish tobe removed from our Contact List.

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Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
LANCASTER COUNTY CONVENTION,
CENTER AUTHORITY,
PENN SQUARE GENERAL CORPORATION,
The General Partner OF PENN SQUARE
PARTNERS, a Pennsylvania Limited
Partnership, and
THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
THE CITY OF LANCASTER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
MOLLY HENERSON, Commissioner, and,
RICHARD SHELLENBERGER,
Commissiner
Defendants

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REQUEST FOR REVIEW AND CONSIDERATIONS

The issues contained in the following Letter to the Editor (Lancaster New Era, Lancaster
Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster Sunday News), exemplify the reasons that the controversial
Lancaster County Convention Center has been polarizing the County of Lancaster and why the
Courts must exemplify an honorable duty to protect the best interest of all taxpayers of Lancaster
County.

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Corrupt Systems Breed Nothing But Corrupt Men; Mr. Don Totaro Is Accountable
Its always about the money. That has proven true throughout history and transcends all
political parties, all professions, all religions, and all elected officials. This County is starving for
honesty, integrity, leadership, and stewardship in the strongest sense of the words. The City and
Countys rich natural beauty, and rich historical landmarks are being compromised for the benefit
of a few. The real travesty is the innocent and honest hard-working Lancastrians that are trying
to right all of the wrongs.

The historical culture of this community is as old as this country, and

greed seems to have merit when it challenges preservation.

History cannot be duplicated,

replicated, or embellished. It can only be preserved or destroyed. All the money in world cannot
change that fact.
County government is broken and Mr. Totaro must be held accountable. There is no rule
of law, and it trickles down to the lowest levels of government officials and law enforcement
officers. When the stewards of County government are not held accountable for their thievery of
taxpayers monies, there is no sense of right and wrong.

Every time there are problems that

explode into allegations of wrongdoing, someone somewhere is unjustly enriched. And it appears
no one wants to ever follow the money trail of corruption. Cronyism is always the devil in the
details.
The controversies include but are not limited to the County Home, the Downtown
Lancaster Convention Center, the County Assessment Office missing check fiasco, the wholesale
dismantlement of department heads, the condemnation of the old Armstrong building at
Lancaster Square, the under funding of the Lancaster Library system, and the intolerance and
discrimination of minorities. There are laws that were enacted to protect the citizenry from these
types of misconduct, but Mr. Totaro turns a blind eye.
I have attended many Lancaster County Commissioners Meetings, and I am amazed at the
lack of integrity when it comes to fiscal affairs. Whether it is purchasing supplies and or capital
goods, or the selling of County property, lone bidders are the accepted norm.

It just doesnt

make economical sense, nor does not appear to be lawful. To make matters worse, business as
usual becomes the law of the land. If Mr. Totaro would even appear to be interested, it would
neutralize the excesses of abuse, and curb the malfeasance that leads to the fiascos that have
consumed the headlines of our daily newspapers on an almost daily basis.
The Downtown Lancaster Convention Center has been an eight year and an $8 million
dollar windfall for the attorneys; and a black eye for the City, the County, and all of the major

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stakeholders. And of course, all of the many struggling business that line the downtown streets
muddle through month by month subsidizing the failures of a few. With all of the potential of the
unique historical and architecturally beautiful buildings that were bestowed upon our leaders, it
just doesnt add up. Conflicts of interest are again ignored and accepted as business as usual.
The law firm of Stevens and Lee is a clear example. The County Commissioners have created an
environment that discourages even the best developers to sit idle, and the most sincere and
competent managers to become divisive. They must be scholars of Washington partisan politics,
which is a shame.
I spend many hours in the Lancaster County Prothonotary Office, and I have to continually
educate the clerks of the Pennsylvania Rules of Procedure.

This applies to both the Civil and

Criminal divisions. When I challenge the clerks on rules that are not within the scope of the law, I
request them to read the Rules. But it fall on deaf ears; and they always respond with quoting or
referencing the practices of a certain Lancaster County Judge. The Lancaster County Judges were
not elected to enact or interpret law according to their own self-serving interests. They are to
follow the law and its mandates while exemplifying a passion for the scales of justice.
Mr. Totaro has been in the Lancaster County District Attorneys Office since 1987, the
same tenure as the former solicitor of Lancaster County, Mr. John Espenshade; who recently
resigned engulfed in turmoil.
Everyone keeps waiting for a change with the Lancaster County Commissioners. I might
suggest a change in the Lancaster County District Attorneys Office.
Citizens for Government Study just might be a futile attempt.

The Lancaster County

Corruption with 3 County

Commissioners may yield the same results with five or seven elected Lancaster County
Commissioners.
Something has to change, or Lancaster will become something less than what it is or what
it could be.
Respectfully submitted,

Dated: September27,2007

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUOP

_______________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
mailto:amgroup01@msn.com
717-731-8184 Phone
717-427-1621 Fax

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
LANCASTER COUNTY CONVENTION,
CENTER AUTHORITY,
PENN SQUARE GENERAL CORPORATION,
The General Partner OF PENN SQUARE
PARTNERS, a Pennsylvania Limited
Partnership, and
THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
THE CITY OF LANCASTER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
MOLLY HENERSON, Commissioner, and,
RICHARD SHELLENBERGER,
Commissiner
Defendants

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I, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, do hereby certify that on this 20" day of September
2006, I served a true and correct copy of the foregoing AMICUS CURAE REQUEST FOR
REVIEW AND CONSIDERATIONS via electronic mail and via U.S. First Class mail, postage
prepaid, addressed as follows:
Finningham, Stevens & Dempster
5 Neshaminy Interplex
Suite 315
Trevose, PA 19053
Holland & Knight, LLP
2099 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 100
Washington, D.C. 20036
Lancaster County Commissioners
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

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Businessman, irked by hotelier action, files suit


By Justin Quinn
Intelligencer Journal

Published: May 06, 2005 9:47 AM EST


LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - A local businessman filed a
$100,000 lawsuit last month against Drew Anthon, owner of
Eden Resort Inn and Conference Center, claiming Anthon
"colluded to sabotage" the proposed Lancaster County
Convention Center by announcing his intention to withhold the
county hotel room tax.
Conestoga resident
Stan J. Caterbone is
asking that a local
judge place a "sees
(sic) and desist order"
on Anthon and the
hotel to prevent them
from withholding the
room tax.

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The suit was filed April


26, the day the
Intelligencer Journal
reported Anthon and
several other hoteliers
were threatening to
withhold payment of the room tax, most of which goes toward a
hotel and convention center proposed for Penn Square. The next Ads by Goooooogle
room tax payment is due May 26.
Caterbone is founder of Advanced Media Group, 1857 Colonial
Village Lane, an information technologies company specializing in
optical publishing. He claims in the lawsuit that Anthon's actions
place "at extreme risk" Caterbone's plans to develop a UPS store
and an office complex called "Excelsior Place" across from the
proposed convention center.
"Plaintiff will argue that such financial risk is causing mental stress and duress that
otherwise would not be present, had the defendant not engaged (in) the
above-mentioned activities," Caterbone says in the suit.
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The suit asks for a court order to force the hoteliers to pay the tax "until the defendants
can prove to the commonwealth the said actions are in the best interests of the (plaintiff)
and those of all major stakeholders of the proposed downtown Lancaster convention
center, including School District of Lancaster, the City of Lancaster, the County of
Lancaster, Penn Square Partners, as well as others. Thus, the defendants must prove that
the downtown Lancaster convention center will fail."
A person who answered the phone at the number listed in the lawsuit as Caterbone's did
not identify himself.
"All the information is public," the man said when asked about the suit. "You can go there."
As exhibits, the lawsuit includes Web pages from Caterbone's company and a bound
volume titled "The Excelsior Place Business Plan." The suit also includes a handwritten
agreement between Caterbone and Art Ward, owner of the UPS Store.
Anthon did not return a reporter's phone calls.
A judge has not been assigned to the case.
In another legal front, the owner of Mulberry Art Studios filed a petition with the state
demanding it not release funds to project developers.
Planners have applied for tens of millions of state dollars. They project the state's
contribution to be $46 million if all of their applications are approved.
Earlier this week, studio owner April Koppenhaver asked state officials to consider that two
lawsuits related to the project are undecided and could upend project construction.
Koppenhaver brought one of the suits against the redevelopment authority. Another pits
Mayor Charlie Smithgall against City Controller R.B. Campbell.
"It is imprudent in my judgment for the state to release money to this project,"
Koppenhaver said. "I want (the state) to be very, very aware and responsive to residents'
concerns."
Penn Square Partners is composed of general partner Penn Square General Corp., a High
Associates affiliate, and limited partners Fulton Bank and Lancaster Newspapers Inc.,
publisher of the Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster New Era and Sunday News.
Staff writer Dave Pidgeon contributed to this story.
Justin Quinn's e-mail address is jquinnlnpnews.com.

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By Justin Quinn
Intelligencer Journal
Published: May 06, 2005 9:47 AM EST

LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - A local businessman filed a $100,000 lawsuit last


month against Drew Anthon, owner of Eden Resort Inn and Conference Center, claiming
Anthon "colluded to sabotage" the proposed Lancaster County Convention Center by
announcing his intention to withhold the county hotel room tax.
Conestoga resident Stan J. Caterbone is asking that a local judge place a "sees (sic)
and desist order" on Anthon and the hotel to prevent them from withholding the room
tax.
The suit was filed April 26, the day the Intelligencer Journal reported Anthon and
several other hoteliers were threatening to withhold payment of the room tax, most of
which goes toward a hotel and convention center proposed for Penn Square. The next
room tax payment is due May 26.
Caterbone is founder of Advanced Media Group, 1857 Colonial Village Lane, an
information technologies company specializing in optical publishing. He claims in the
lawsuit that Anthon's actions place "at extreme risk" Caterbone's plans to develop a UPS
store and an office complex called "Excelsior Place" across from the proposed convention
center. "Plaintiff will argue that such financial risk is causing mental stress and duress that
otherwise would not be present, had the defendant not engaged (in) the above-mentioned
activities," Caterbone says in the suit.
The suit asks for a court order to force the hoteliers to pay the tax "until the
defendants can prove to the commonwealth the said actions are in the best interests of
the (plaintiff) and those of all major stakeholders of the proposed downtown Lancaster
convention center, including School District of Lancaster, the City of Lancaster, the County
of Lancaster, Penn Square Partners, as well as others. Thus, the defendants must prove
that the downtown Lancaster convention center will fail."
A person who answered the phone at the number listed in the lawsuit as
Caterbone's did not identify himself. "All the information is public," the man said when
asked about the suit. "You can go there."
As exhibits, the lawsuit includes Web pages from Caterbone's company and a bound
volume titled "The Excelsior Place Business Plan."
The suit also includes a handwritten agreement between Caterbone and Art Ward,
owner of the UPS Store. Anthon did not return a reporter's phone calls. A judge has not
been assigned to the case.

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Sent :

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To :

"Bargain Land " <shipping@bargainland.net>, "Daniel Berger " <danielberger@comcast.net>, "Deddy "
<deddy@cityoflancasterpa.com>, "endofauction" <endofauction@ebay.com>, "GGordon" <GGordon@fult.com>,
"High Group" <nfo@high.net>, "Lancaster County Commissioners " <McCueA@co.lancaster.pa.us>, "Lancaster Intell"
<IntellLetters@lnpnews.com>, "Lancaster New Era" <neweraLetters@lnpnews.com>, "Mike Caterbone "
<mtciidd@aol.com>, "Owen Kugel " <owenrkugel@juno.com>, "Patrice Dixon " <HSDuncan@juno.com>, "Patrick
Snyder " <psnyder@uncb.com>, "Pete Horn " <Rhino1818@aol.com>, "Phil " <caterbone@sbcglobal.net>, "Phyllis
Crews " <Phyllis.Crews@richardson.k12.tx.us>, "Ray Sawiski " <rsawicki@decommunications.com>, "Stan Caterbone
" <amgauctions@comcast.net>, "Sunday Newspapers" <sunnews@lnpnews.com>

Subject :

Downtown Convention Center March 2005 Recommendations

www.amglobalentertainmentgroup.com

March 16, 2005 Downtown Convention Center Recommendations


Following the Veto by the School District of Tiff Financing
Recommendations
Move the Convention Center & Hotel to the Brunswick Hotel
A Smaller Convention Center WILL Provide As Much Economic Stimulus to the Revitalization of
Downtown Lancaster as a LARGER Convention Center
Convention Center Could Be Completed In 18 to 24 Months and Should Be Built with Dual Use
Design Plans Arena & Events
Smaller Exhibit Area Coincides With Current Industry Trends
Technology Will NEVER Replace the Need for Human Interaction in the Business and Academic
Arenas Conventions May Become Smaller But Not Obsolete
Far Less Economic, Financial, and Development Risk
Smaller Hotel Would Provide More Overflow To Other County Hotels
Utilize a Mixed-Use Development for the Watt & Shand Building
Feature a Hard Rock Cafe, Entertainment Venues, Shops,
Offices, restaurants, and Condominiums
2 Revitalized Major Downtown Structures for 1/2 the Cost of the Current Convention Center Budget
of $129 million Which Will Probably Grow to Over $150 million
Preliminary Estimate of $60 to $80 Million Dollars For Both Projects
Ability to Fast Track Both Projects Within Shorter Timeline
All Parties And Principals Could Remain the Same or Attract New Investors
Increased Tax Revenues for the School District of Lancaster
Completes The Comprehensive Plan For Major Structures

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Returns The Project To The Original Plan Outlined In The 1998 Lancaster Economic Development
Plan For The Revitalization Of Downtown Lancaster

Why This Project Will Be Successful


4 Star or Best Upgrade Available for Hotel Will Make It The Anchor for the Project
No Other Facility In Lancaster County Near This Type of Accommodation
Prices Will Be Reasonable and Acceptable To Corporate Fiscal Policies
The Convention Center Will Only Have To Be A Marginal Success for the Project to Operate profitably
and to succeed in being the catalyst for Downtown Revitalization
Franklin & Marshall (F&M) Will Utilize the Hotel Instead Of Building Their Own Hotel
F&M has the Potential To Fill Approximately 20% Vacancy Per Year or More
There are Major Fortune 500 Companies With Local Overnight Business Activities
There are Several Major Defense & Government Contractors With Local Overnight Business Activities
There are Several Major Institutions of Higher Education With Local Overnight Business Activities
Success of the Lancaster Barnstormers & Clipper Magazine Stadium will Provide Stimulus and is a
Prime Example of How a Major Structure can Effect and Provide the Impetus to Revitalize the
Surrounding Areas
Respectfully,

Advanced Media Group


Stan Caterbone
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
amgroup01@msn.com

Fax:
Phone

( 717)-427-1621
(717)-431-8184

Our Capabilities in Research, Analysis, and Forecasting Have Been Used by U.S. Government Agencies. These
conclusions were the result of meetings, discussions, and communications with the following stakeholders: Mayor Charlie
Smithgall, Dale High, Nevin Cooley, Molly Henderson, SDL, Fulton Bank, Marlin Thomas (Willow Valley), Lancaster City
Council, County Commissioners, Lancaster Newspapers, Tom Baldridge, Rick Grey, 5th Estate, Talkback Discussion
Board, Howard Sanders, Lancaster Newspapers, April Kopenhaver of LancasrterFirst.org and many Lancaster city and
county taxpayers.

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RE: Meeting wih the Dept of Justice.


From: Stan Caterbone (amgroup01@msn.com)
Sent: Sat 3/22/08 8:36 AM
To:
Barry A. Solodky (bas@bbt-law.com)
FBI, Field Office (philadelphia@fbi.gov); Landis, Detective Michael (landism@co.lancaster.pa.us);
Cc:
info@hotelbrunswick.com
Owings, Lisa (lisa_owings@judiciary-rep.senate.gov); friends@foxnews.com;
newsletter@billoreilly.com; samlombardo@benecon.com; webmaster@live8live.chtah.com;
tom.tillett@mail.house.gov; jcfmmf@aol.com; jbuckwalter@lnpnews.com; mhalc@supernet.com;
pwenger@fultonbank.com; scarfley@barley.com; nikoloff@edclancaster.com;
rodanast@rodanast.com; info@aclupa.org; info@bloodhoundsinc.com; cvr@rkglaw.com;
Bcc:
sstark@co.santa-barbara.ca.us; bethg@harrywalker.com; ureyp@co.lancaster.pa.us;
senator_specter@specter.senate.gov; contactoge@oge.gov; rplotkin@mcguirewoods.com;
maria_plakoudas@specter.senate.gov; lburkholder@thewgalchannel.com; beyyerdd@aol.com;
wengerr@co.lancaster.pa.us; rhino1818@aol.com; sunnews@lnpnews.com;
intellletters@lnpnews.com; neweraletters@lnpnews.com
March 22, 2008
Re: Meeting With Department of Justice
Barry Solodky,
First, I would have responded earlier, however, your email found it's way into my junk email.
Secondly, as an officer of the court, you better be careful about spreading lies about me and fabrications
about events that did not happen. By the way, a copy of this will go directly to the Federal Bureau of
Investigation Philadelphia Field Office and Detective Michael Landis of the Lancaster County District
Attorney Office. Who do you think you are talking to?
Thirdly, here is what transpired. The day before I received an ORDER from the Third Circuit Court of
Appeals, which was purposely postmarked 10 days after the Clerk filed and dated the Mail to copy to
myself. The ORDER was for a no response to a Show Cause ORDER, which someone had stole for my
mail, which I never received. The Third Circuit case was an appeal from my Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Now, on Wednesday morning I made plans to go to the Hotel Brunswick and take some measurements in
the Movie Theater, which I am in the middle of a development plan. As usual, I walked into the lobby on
the street level adjacent to the parking garage and saw the eisel with the notice that the "Department of
Justice" was holding bankruptcy hearings. I was told a few years ago earlier in my Chapter 11 that they
often hold hearings in Lancaster, at the Brusnwick or at the Hotel on Manheim Pike. As soon as I saw the
sign I figured I would see if Joe Adams, my Trustee from the Philadelphia Office of the Department of
Justice Office of Trustee that handles my case, was here.
So, as I usually do, I went to the office of Kevin, the Hotel Brunswick General Manager to get the key to
the movie theater, as per our agreement with Hamid, the owner of the Hotel Brunswick. He was not in his
office, and the Desk Manager had to page him. I asked him where the Department of Justice was holding
the hearings, and told him I needed to talk to someone there, while he was trying to locate Kevin, the
General Manager. I told him I would be right back.
I went to the Presidential Room where they were holding meetings. When I arrived, the Trustee, or what
private panel trustee, was conducting a meeting with a Spanish woman, who had a young girl for a
translator. I patiently waited by the wall as you walk in until the entire interview was over. After the
private panel trustee dismissed the woman, I approached her and asked her if she was from the
Department of Justice Office of the Trustee, and she responded that she was a private panel trustee. I
simply told her that I had a problem with someone obstructing justice with my Third Circuit case and
asked her if Joe Adams was in her office. She said she was not from the Philadelphia Office. I gave her
my card and some woman kept trying to talk and interfere. I just calmly left. I went to meet Kevin, the
General Manager, he opened the movie theater and I spent approximately 1 hour taking measurements of
the existing floor plan.

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There was no incident to speak of. Any incident was a lie, regardless of the person that kept interfering
with our conversation that was trying to cause problems. It was not me, you fool.
I would suggest that you provide this email to the person that told you that fabricated lie and anyone else
that you communicate with regarding your so called version of an "incident". Follow this link and you may
read why people like you lie about these incidents.
Now, you have a nice Easter Weekend. And by the way, I am a supporter of Senator Clinton and I do
volunteer my services, just in case you were wondering.

"Well, there's an even greater right, and that's the right of life, liberty and to live crime-free."
Craig Stedman, Lancaster County District Attorney
January 3, 2008
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal
Advanced Media Group
Stan J. Caterbone
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Visit Our Blog For Journey of a Whistleblower
Visit Our Blog For Research Into ESP - Mental Telepathy & The U.S. Governments Activities
Visit Our Video Biography

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered, defamed, and publicly discredited
since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of
Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are
forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute
and expose public corruption. We utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some communications are a means of
protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to
be removed from our Contact List. Number 7.

>

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Subject:
> Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 08:18:00 -0400
> From: bas@bbt-law.com
> To: amgroup01@msn.com
>
> Hi Stan,
>
> Hope this note finds you well.
>
> Yesterday afternoon I had to attend some bankruptcy meetings on behalf of some clients. While there
the Trustee told me about an event which concerned her. She showed me your card and told me what
happened. In fact she said she almost considered calling the police because of the incident.
>
> I assured her you were not the type of person that would do anything inappropriate. I did want you to
know she is not an employee of the Dept. of Justice or the Bankruptcy Court; she is a private panel
trustee just as I was for 33 years. If for some reason you have issues with the bankruptcy system she is
not a person who should be hassled as she has nothing to do with your case.
>
> I'm sending this only because I don't want there to be any further incidents which might cause her
concern or the Federal marshals will get involved and I know they can be nasty. Needless to say I don't
want to see anything to you which would cause you any problems.
>
> I am sure I will bump into you soon. Have a nice Easter.
>
>
> Barry A. Solodky, Esquire
> Blakinger, Byler & Thomas, P.C.
> 28 Penn Square
> Lancaster, PA 17603
> (717) 509-7273
> E-mail: bas@bbt-law.com
>

>
>
>

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Investors and/or interested deveopers please respond via email.

Advanced Media Group's (8) Year Investment into Downtown Lancaster,


The Lancaster Convention Center & Our UPS STORE Concept.

ADVACED MEDIA GROUPS (8) YEAR IVESTMET I DOWTOW LACASTER


This weekend at the Party that Mayor Rick Gray hosted on Friday night in the Dome, we were discussing
the needs for retail establishments in Downtown Lancaster. He had told me that the James Street
Improvement District had done a retail assessment of the current retail space and a needs analysis of
needed retail spaces that would compliment the already existing retail space. I have been investing time
and energies to the revitalization of Downtown Lancaster for the past 8 years.
I informed Rick that I have an exclusive agreement for a UPS Shipping/Copy Store in
Downtown Lancaster, and he thought it was a great fit and a great idea for Downtown
Lancaster. Advanced Media Group would also add services such as scanning, imaging, and
records management services that would attract an additional market to the concept.
I am an ardent advocate for the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center and in April of 2005 we sued the
Lancaster County Hoteliers for refusing to pay the Tourism Excise Tax. We are still continuing our efforts
for the Excelsior Place Development on East King Street.
We currently have a signed Non Disclosure Agreement with Realtor Jeff Lefevre and Caldwell Banker for
the Excelsior Place Property.
I also had authored the Development Plan for the S.N. Lombardo Development on 626 West Charllotte
Street in May of 2007.
In 2005 I had worked closely with Joe Pinto, the former General Manager for the Lancaster Barnstormers
and the Clipper Stadium; drawing on my experience working with Tony Bongiovi and Power Station
Studios in New York for our "Digital Movie". I was trying to help the Clipper Stadium locate and contract
music acts for a Summer Concert Series. I had begun talks with Sara McLachlan and hope that when
Sara
McLachlan
returns
on
tour
the
Clipper
will
be
one
of
her
concerts.
I had talks with Clair Brothers in Lititz (In 1987 Gene Clair was considering an investment into my
"Digital Movie with Tony Bongiovi) to try to help attract some acts to the Stadium. Unfortunately, when I
had met with Randy Patterson of the Redevelopment Authority, which owns the Stadium, I learned that
concerts were not a top priority for them or the Barnstormers.
Maybe that will change before next Spring. And of course, Sheryl Crow is a shareholder of Advanced
Media Group, so someday maybe she might come around. I was also trying to convince Joe Pinto of the
merits of a country concert or two, and we all know by now what Country Music means to Lancaster
County.
My family had various successful investments in Downtown Lancaster over the past 50 years. My fathers
first Dry Cleaners (Sam Caterbone Cleaners, Inc.,) was on the corner of Plum and Orange Streets before
expanding and moving to Manheim Pike in the early 1960s. My Uncle Dominic (Mickey) Roda was the
proprietor for Garvins Beauty Salon, in the former Garvins Department Store, which later moved across
the street to the Lancaster Parking Garage on East King Street. My other Uncle Benjamin Roda operated
Rodas Beauty Salon on East King Street. And I had an office for SJ Caterbone Painting and Renovating

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on the corner of Walnut and Marshall Streets.


Here is my resume and below is my website for your information. You may also visit my Video Biography
by clicking here.
We do have a very successful track record for vision in our 25 year history of entrepreneurship.
Sincerely,
Stan J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
Stan J. Caterbone
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Visit Our Blog
Visit Our Video Biography

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987
due to going public (WhistleBlower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal& Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC
pleaded guilty to selling arms toIraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend ourreputation
and the truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media,which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our
communications to thwartfurther libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and ourbusiness. We continue our fight
forjustice through the Courts, and some communications are a means of protectingour rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish tobe removed from our Contact List.

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Blog: http://advancedmediagroup.wordpress.com/

Research Bog: at: www.advancedmediagroupresearch.wordpress.com


Video Biography at: http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=advancedmediagroup

Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Advanced Media Groups Downtown Lancaster Revitalization


Action Plan
Advanced Media Group has been working with Downtown Lancaster developers and the James Street
Investment District to facilitate this action plan.
Project 1 Excelsior Place on East King Street
In 1998 Advanced Media Group had developed a comprehensive plan for the revitalization of the Excelsior
Place Historic Property (Sprecher Brewery) located 1 block from the proposed Downtown Lancaster
Convention Center. We had planned a unique entertainment complex comprised of a Pub, an upscale
restaurant in the lower catacomb, and a nightclub in the first floor. We had also developed and designed a
state-of-the-art video conferencing facility to compliment the Convention Center. We have joined in the
talks and discussions with principals, stakeholders, and taxing authorities concerning the present proposals
and the future of the revitalization of Downtown Lancaster and the Convention Center.
Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County
against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn (Lancaster County Hoteliers) for their attempts to withhold the
Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center. The City of Lancaster
supported the civil action. We also proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel
Brunswick and Lancaster Square to all of the major stakeholders.

In 2007 Advanced Media Group signed a Non Disclosure Agreement with a local real estate firm to continue
the advancement of the Excelsior Place Business Plan.
Project 2 UPS/MBE Copy Store or FedEx/Kinkos Copy & Print Store
Advanced Media Group has an exclusive agreement for a UPS Shipping/Copy Store or a FedEx/Kinkos
in Downtown Lancaster. There is no such service currently serving the needs of downtown businesses and it
is a vital component for the Lancaster County Convention Center. In 1998 Advanced Media Group had
contacted Mail Box Etc., and began initial franchise due diligence. However when the Lancaster County
Convention Center was stalled, Advanced Media Group also put the project on the back burner. In 2005
Advanced Media Group negotiated for the exclusive right of first refusal to move the UPS Store at Stone Mill
Plaza to downtown Lancaster.

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The UPS/MBE Franchise is ranked number 4 among all franchises and number one in the shipping-postal
store categories by Forbes.

Advanced Media Group would also add services such as scanning, imaging, and records management
services that would attract an additional market to the concept. The UPS/MBE Franchise is ranked
number 4 among all franchises and number one in the shipping-postal store categories by Forbes. Advanced
Media Group is currently studying several site locations, including storefronts at the Brunswick Hotel, and a
possible East King Street site. Advanced Media Group would like to cater to the many legal firms that
conduct business in the Lancaster County Courthouse.

In 1990 Advanced Media Group developed and copyrighted the AMG Legal Systems Prototype which was
a digital search and retrieval application designed to help legal firms deal with the complexities of organizing
and filing court cases.
Advanced Media Group has specialized in records management and has a vast knowledge base and
experience in optical publishing and records management. This service would allow firms to convert and
store records off-site in a secure location with state-of-the-art retrieval services.

Typical Desktop Publishing services and binding services would also be offered.
Project 3 Downtown Lancaster Movie Theater
A downtown Lancaster Movie Theater is vital to support the Lancaster County Convention Center and the
Downtown Lancaster Revitalization at large.
Advanced Media Group has been performing due diligence on reopening the movie theaters at the Hotel
Brunswick for the past 18 months. A recent site survey confirms that the movie theaters are in perfect
operating condition and negotiations with local business leaders are continuing. The Brunswick movie
theater has 2 screens with approximately 500 seats per screen.
Project 4 Big Box Retail in Downtown Lancaster
Advanced Media Group has been attempting to help facilitate the attraction of a big box retailer for
Downtown Lancaster. In 2006 Advanced Media Group had discussions with the owner of Bulova
Technologies regarding the development of that building to a retail store. The Advanced Media Group has
contacted the Corporate development teams of the Hard Rock Caf and Best Buy Electronics Stores.
In 2005 Advanced Media Group had talks with former Mayor Charlie Smithgall in attempts at trying to lure a
Cabelas or a Pro Shops to the site.

Advanced Media Group


Stan J. Caterbone
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Visit Our Blog at: www.advancedmediagroup.wordpress.com
Visit Our Video Biography at: http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=advancedmediagroup
Visit Our Research Blog at: www.advancedmediagroupresearch.wordpress.com

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Account Descriptions
SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Theater 1
Theater 2
Performances
Concessions
Trailers
Advertisers
Theater Rentals
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

% of
Sales

Nov-09

Dec-09

Year 1
Jan-10

Year 1
Feb-10

Year 1
Mar-10

Year 1
Apr-10

Year 1
May-10

Year 1
Jun-10

Year 1
Jul-10

Year 1
Aug-10

Year 1
Sep-10

Year 1
Oct-10

Year 1
Nov-10

119,731

97,356

95,606

95,606

95,606

99,981

128,975

155,100

151,919

151,919

151,919

155,169

52.00%
12.00%
17.00%
18.00%
1.00%
100.00%

32,175
4,950
7,425
4,950
0
49,500

77,825
11,973
17,960
11,973
0
119,731

63,282
9,736
14,603
9,736
0
97,356

62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

52,990
11,998
16,997
17,997
1,000
100,981

68,357
15,477
21,926
23,216
1,000
129,975

82,203
18,612
26,367
27,918
1,000
156,100

80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

82,239
18,620
26,379
27,930
1,000
156,169

36.00%
43.00%
24.00%
34.00%

Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT

11,583
2,129
1,782
1,683
17,177
32,324

28,017
5,148
4,310
4,071
41,547
78,185

22,781
4,186
3,505
3,310
33,783
63,574

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
33,175
63,431

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
33,175
63,431

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
33,175
63,431

19,076
5,159
4,079
6,119
34,434
66,548

24,608
6,655
5,262
7,893
44,419
85,556

29,593
8,003
6,328
9,492
53,416
102,684

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
52,321
100,598

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
52,321
100,598

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
52,321
100,598

29,606
8,007
6,331
9,496
53,440
102,729

GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

65.30%

65.30%

65.30%

65.66%

65.66%

65.66%

65.90%

65.82%

65.78%

65.79%

65.79%

65.79%

65.78%

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COST OF GOODS SOLD


Distribution Fees
Food & Beverage

Advanced Media Group Theater at Hotel Brunswick, December 26, 2009

49,500

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

21.16%
8.51%
3.08%
0.81%
1.25%
35%

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1.24%
0.49%
0.58%
3.46%

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

1,578
618
741
2,937

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Account Descriptions

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Legal & Accounting
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Debt Service
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses
NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

12/26/2009

Nov-09

Dec-09

Year 1
Jan-10

Year 1
Feb-10

Year 1
Mar-10

Year 1
Apr-10

Year 1
May-10

Year 1
Jun-10

Year 1
Jul-10

Year 1
Aug-10

Year 1
Sep-10

Year 1
Oct-10

Year 1
Nov-10

3.10%
0.50%
0.19%
2.49%
0.40%
0.04%
0.48%
0.38%
0.25%
0.16%
0.10%
0.29%
0%
9%

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
10,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3.93%
0.59%
0.34%
0.33%
0.79%
5.97%

0
755
429
417
1,000
2,601
28,860

0
755
429
417
1,000
2,601
28,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
33,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
33,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
33,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
33,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

5,000
755
429
417
1,000
7,601
35,860

-21,321
-43.07%

24,540
20.50%

4,930
5.06%

4,787
4.95%

4,787
4.95%

4,787
4.95%

-2,724
-2.70%

16,285
12.53%

33,412
21.40%

31,327
20.49%

31,327
20.49%

31,327
20.49%

33,457
21.42%

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Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

% of
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COST OF GOODS SOLD


Distribution Fees
Food & Beverage

Year 1
Dec-10

YEAR 1
FYE

Year 2
Jan-11

Year 2
Feb-11

Year 2
Mar-11

Year 2
Apr-11

Year 2
May-11

Year 2
Jun-11

Year 2
Jul-11

Year 2
Aug-11

Year 2
Sep-11

Year 2
Oct-11

Year 2
Nov-11

138,294

147,969

147,969

147,969

146,656

170,781

187,844

187,844

187,844

178,094

159,531

159,531

52.00%
12.00%
17.00%
18.00%
1.00%
100.00%

73,296
850,350
16,595
174,411
23,510
250,283
24,893
242,407
1,000
11,000
139,294 1,528,450

78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

77,728
17,599
24,932
26,398
1,000
147,656

90,514
20,494
29,033
30,741
1,000
171,781

99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

94,390
21,371
30,276
32,057
1,000
179,094

84,552
19,144
27,120
28,716
1,000
160,531

84,552
19,144
27,120
28,716
1,000
160,531

36.00%
43.00%
24.00%
34.00%

26,386
306,126
7,136
74,997
5,642
60,068
8,464
82,418
47,628
523,609
91,665 1,004,841

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
50,960
98,008

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
50,960
98,008

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
50,960
98,008

27,982
7,567
5,984
8,975
50,508
97,148

32,585
8,812
6,968
10,452
58,817
112,964

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
64,693
124,150

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
64,693
124,150

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
64,693
124,150

33,980
9,190
7,266
10,899
61,335
117,758

30,439
8,232
6,509
9,763
54,943
105,589

30,439
8,232
6,509
9,763
54,943
105,589

Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT
GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

65.81%

65.74%

65.79%

65.79%

65.79%

65.79%

65.76%

65.74%

65.74%

65.74%

65.75%

65.77%

65.77%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

21.16%
8.51%
3.08%
0.81%
1.25%
35%

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

323,424
130,000
47,067
12,351
19,142
531,983

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1.24%
0.49%
0.58%
3.46%

1,578
618
741
2,937

18,930
7,413
8,896
35,240

18,930
8,523
8,896
36,349

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

1,578
710
741
3,029

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SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Theater 1
Theater 2
Performances
Concessions
Trailers
Advertisers
Theater Rentals
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

% of
Sales

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Account Descriptions

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Legal & Accounting
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Debt Service
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses
NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

12/26/2009

Year 1
Dec-10

YEAR 1
FYE

Year 2
Jan-11

Year 2
Feb-11

Year 2
Mar-11

Year 2
Apr-11

Year 2
May-11

Year 2
Jun-11

Year 2
Jul-11

Year 2
Aug-11

Year 2
Sep-11

Year 2
Oct-11

Year 2
Nov-11

3.10%
0.50%
0.19%
2.49%
0.40%
0.04%
0.48%
0.38%
0.25%
0.16%
0.10%
0.29%
0%
9%

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

47,445
7,710
2,965
38,000
6,144
571
7,367
5,833
3,756
2,521
1,500
4,500
2,000
130,311

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3.93%
0.59%
0.34%
0.33%
0.79%
5.97%

5,000
60,000
755
9,065
429
5,149
417
5,000
1,000
12,000
7,601
91,214
35,860 1,312,356

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
109,884

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

10,200
755
429
417
1,000
12,801
76,564

-11,876
-7.97%

21,444
14.40%

21,444
14.40%

20,584
13.94%

36,400
21.19%

47,586
25.20%

47,586
25.20%

47,586
25.20%

41,194
23.00%

29,025
18.08%

29,025
18.08%

22,394
16.08%

216,094
14.14%

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Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

% of
Sales

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COST OF GOODS SOLD


Distribution Fees
Food & Beverage

Year 2
Dec-11

YEAR 2
FYE

181,469 2,003,500

52.00%
12.00%
17.00%
18.00%
1.00%
100.00%

96,178 1,061,855
21,776
240,420
30,850
340,595
32,664
360,630
1,000
12,000
182,469 2,015,500

36.00%
43.00%
24.00%
34.00%

34,624
382,268
9,364
103,381
7,404
81,743
11,106
122,614
62,498
690,005
119,971 1,325,495

Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT
GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

65.75%

65.77%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

21.16%
8.51%
3.08%
0.81%
1.25%
35%

32,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
49,541

384,000
130,000
49,000
12,351
19,142
594,493

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1.24%
0.49%
0.58%
3.46%

1,578
710
741
3,029

36,283
16,336
17,051
69,670

12/26/2009

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SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Theater 1
Theater 2
Performances
Concessions
Trailers
Advertisers
Theater Rentals
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

% of
Sales

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Account Descriptions

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Legal & Accounting
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Debt Service
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses
NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

12/26/2009

Year 2
Dec-11

YEAR 2
FYE

3.10%
0.50%
0.19%
2.49%
0.40%
0.04%
0.48%
0.38%
0.25%
0.16%
0.10%
0.29%
0%
9%

3,954
642
247
3,500
512
48
614
486
313
210
125
375
167
11,193

3.93%
0.59%
0.34%
0.33%
0.79%
5.97%

10,200
122,400
755
9,065
429
5,149
417
5,000
1,000
12,000
12,801
153,614
76,564 1,642,092
43,407
23.79%

47,445
7,710
2,965
42,000
6,144
571
7,367
5,833
3,756
2,521
1,500
4,500
2,000
134,311

373,408
18.53%

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Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

% of
Sales

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CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS

BUDGET

LOBBY
Paint
Concession Counters & Displays
Popcorn Machines
Food Displays
Carpet Restoration
Lobby Subtotal

$0.00

Ticket Booth & Office Subtotal

$0.00

TICKET BOOTH & OFFICE


Ticket System
Office Furnishings

THEATER 1
Curtains
Theater Seats
Floor Lighting
Floor Painting/Carpeting
Sound System
Theater 1 Subtotal

$0.00

Theater 2 Subtotal

$0.00

Stage Subtotal

$0.00

THEATER 2
Curtains
Theater Seats
Floor Lighting
Floor Painting/Carpeting
Sound System

STAGE
Sound System
Lighting
Stage
Moveable Partition
Backstage Setup

Projection Room
Projector 1
Projector 2
DLP Projector 1
DLP Projector 2

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ALTERNATE
FUNDING

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Racks
Painting
Floor Paint/Carpeting

Projection Room Subtotal

$0.00

2ND FLOOR OFFICES


Computer Systems
Desk and Counters
Office Supplies
Legal - Registration/Agreements
Design - Logo/Stationary/Business Cards
Printers/Calculators/IPOD/Iphone
2nd Floor Subtotal

$0.00

Total Costs

$0.00

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Strong Cinema Products

Equipment Quotation

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Ballantyne of Omaha

4350 McKinley Street, Omaha, NE 68112 USA


TEL: +1 (402) 453-4444; FAX: +1 (402) 453-7238
WEB: www.strong-cinema.com; EMAIL: CustSales@btn-inc.com
DEALER (Exporter):

SHIP TO (Project):

Roger Fitzwater

2 screens

717-278-4199

woodcrestaudio@yahoo.com

Line
Item

Quant Unit

Order No.

Description

Quote No.: QSTSRF_10908


Date:
1/8/08
Customer Request:
1/8/08
Prices Good For:
90 days
Customer Account No.:
Req'd Date of Shipment:
Method of Transport:
TBA
Goods Terms:
TBA
Freight Terms:
FOB Omaha
Handling/Duties Agent:
Unit
Net (US$)

Unit LIST
Price (US$)

Total
Net (US$)

Film Equipment
2

EA SIMSYS3/RS

EA HLIIA-HR3

XENON CONSOLE SYSTEM:


Strong Highlight II Console System 3000 watts

EA PREWIRE

Projector Prewired

SET FGS-35

eCNA100-C1

Simplex Millennium II 35mm Projector:


w/ Two-Lens Manual Turret
w/ New Analog LED Visible red readers
Change over Unit
Synch Motor 110/220V, 60Hz.
35mm Upper & Lower Film Guidance system

Strong eCNA100 console mount automation with Single


termination board(394321-2K) Failsafe included

$13,430.00

40%

$8,058.00

$260.00 40%

$156.00

$9,935.00 40%

$5,961.00

$475.00 40%

$285.00

$3,160.00 40%

$1,896.00

16,116.00

312.00

11,922.00
570.00

3,792.00

EA LTIX3000WH

3000 watts Xenon bulbs

$1,050.00

50%

$525.00

1,575.00

8
9
10

2
1
1

EA 2464160
EA 2465004
EA 2468278

PLATTER SYSTEM:
35SCDC-3 35mm 3 Deck platter w/ 2 Payout Assy
AP Make-Up Table
SP-35 35mm tape splicer

$6,450.00 45%
$1,330.00 45%
$800.00 45%

$3,547.50
$731.50
$440.00

7,095.00
731.50
440.00

11
12

2
2

EA ISCO
EA ISCO

LENSES
ISCO Lens FLAT (Sizes to be determined)
ISCO Lens SCOPE (Sizes to be determined)

$860.00
$1,962.00

1,720.00
3,924.00

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13

EA SR-70B

14

EA

15

16

17

20

20

Investments
Basic Sound Rack with Downtonw
Power strip, fan,
rack panel and prewire

SC-322

2-way, 2x15", bi-amp screen channel, consists of DCS HF-63


and DCS LF-3215 components

SB-7218

Cinema subwoofer, dual 18" 1500 W transducers, 101 dB


sensitivity

SR-110B

QM-SW

EA

EA

EA

$1,000.00

2,000.00

7,365.00
$1,227.50
$1,067.25

2,134.50

Cinema surround loudspeaker, 10" 2-way, 95H x 85V, 94 dB


sensitivity

$266.00

5,320.00

Side wall quick-mount for DCS-SR-18, SR-26, SR-46 and SR110B

$17.30

346.00

18

EA

2 channels, 625 watts/ch at 8O, 1050 watts/ch at 4O, 1500


DCA 3022 watts/ch at 2O for Subwoofer

19

EA

20

EA

$1,165.25

2,330.50

2 channels, 350 watts/ch at 8O, 600 watts/ch at 4O, 800


DCA 1622 watts/ch at 2O for Stage

$776.50

4,659.00

2 channels, 475 watts/ch at 8O, 825 watts/ch at 4O, 1200


DCA 2422 watts/ch at 2O for Surrounds

$974.00

3,896.00

76,248.50

All Prices are FCA Origin or Ballantyne of Omaha. Please allow


4-6 weeks lead time on major equipment orders.
50% due with order.

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Walk This Way
Get ready for a sea change,'' says Rick Gray. Lancaster's enthusiastic mayor is talking about how the
downtown will look next spring, when the first visitors arrive at the Lancaster County Convention Center
and Marriott Hotel on Penn Square.
If all goes as planned, the difference will be dramatic. Sidewalks, lighting, benches and trash receptacles
will be standardized by then to unify the downtown streetscape. And new street trees will be planted.
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Published on April 13, 2008, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
The future that wasn't
Believe it or not, it was once a nice place. Not long ago, there was news about the partial demolition of the
east side of Lancaster Square, that desolate, windswept plaza surrounded by the hulking, windowless
Bulova building on one side and the Hotel Brunswick on the other, all connected by a creepy, abandoned,
multilevel concrete walkway.
It's all so ... so ... Soviet. And so sad. But it wasn't always that way. I remember.
When Lancaster Square went up around
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Published on April 13, 2008, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
The Future That Wasn't
Believe it or not, it was once a nice place. Not long ago, there was news about the partial demolition of the
east side of Lancaster Square, that desolate, windswept plaza surrounded by the hulking, windowless
Bulova building on one side and the Hotel Brunswick on the other, all connected by a creepy, abandoned,
multilevel concrete walkway.
It's all so ... so ... Soviet. And so sad. But it wasn't always that way. I remember.
When Lancaster Square went up around
Click for complete article, (527 words)

Published on February 27, 2008, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)


Lancaster Square could see start of overhaul as soon as summer
City officials said Tuesday that plans to demolish portions of Lancaster Square are being finalized and
pieces of the concrete eyesore could start coming down this summer. The proposed work would occur on
the east side of the square - between the Hotel Brunswick and the Bulova building - and likely would
include demolition of the pedestrian walkway that spans North Queen Street, the stairwell and planter on
the south side of the square and the removal of the roof around the second-floor

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Published on August 30, 2007, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Lancaster Square: It's a dirty job, but ...
Maybe Mike Rowe would be up for the job. You might know him as the wisecracking host of "Dirty Jobs"
on the Discovery Channel. One week he's picking up roadkill; the next he's feeling inside a cow for a fetus.
Rowe shows us the people who do these jobs, and he rolls up his sleeves, holds his nose and tries the
work himself.
Well, we have a job in Lancaster he should try.
It's not catching the acid vandal. I'm afraid
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Published on January 21, 2007, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Budget to build
Up until now the convention center project on Penn Square has been much on "Big talk, little action." Next
month that should change, says the executive director of the Lancaster County Convention Center
Authority.
When the authority's new budget is unveiled, the public will see evidence that the embattled project is
well under way, said David Hixson, because the majority of the authority's spending in fiscal 2007-08 will
go toward actually
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Published on December 24, 2006, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Authority started marketing work on project in 2003
Dan Logan doesn't just live his job. He eats and sleeps it, too. And that's a good thing, because Logan,
president and owner of Growth Business Development, Medford, N.J., makes a living as a consultant to
the hospitality industry.
For several years, Logan, once vice president of operations for the Hotel Brunswick, has worked with the
Lancaster County Convention Center Authority and others in the local tourism and hospitality industries to
develop a plan to market
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Published on August 3, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Two squares beat as one
The fortunes of Lancaster Square are tied to those of Penn Square, according to the owner of Hotel
Brunswick. Hamid Zahedi wrote Wednesday that his hotel, based at Lancaster Square, could be renovated
to "four-diamond/four-star" quality, and its two-story concrete annex transformed into "two or three
restaurants ... plus entertainment for persons in their 30s and older."
Zahedi outlined his vision Wednesday in a letter to Lancaster County
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Published on August 2, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)


Move convention center 1 block away
TO THE EDITOR: Now that there is some type of finality to the controversy of the convention center, I
would like to make a suggestion to the county, Penn Square Partners and anyone involved with the
downtown convention center idea. I have been relating this idea to numerous friends over the past six
months, and every one of them has thought it to be an excellent idea.
I think the convention center concept is a great idea. However, the cost and scope of the "former"
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Published on August 2, 2006, Lancaster New Era (PA)
Convention center needed Lillian G. Bennett Lancaster
Editor, New Era: Lancaster needs a convention center, not a Plan "B."
Look what good things happened to Covington, Ky., an excellent example of a new discovery for people
who want to know about this country.
Lancaster County not only has country but the city to offer visitors.
How many people know that this is the oldest inland city in our country that opened up the West? How
many know that Thaddeus Stevens and James Buchanan battled it out politically here
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Published on July 30, 2006, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
FAN MAIL Days until I let my Lancaster Newspapers subscription expire: 53.
Jim Mertz, Ephrata
CONVENTION CENTER, HOTEL PROJECT
In an article published over a year ago on your editorial pages, I asked:
"Is the downtown situation so unpromising that we need to do 'something', no matter how great the
subsidy, how much is put at risk, and how questionable the prospects for success?"
I then went on to describe several alternative
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Published on June 26, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Claims downtown boat may leak
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to respond to J. Herbert Zug's letter ("Raising questions on downtown plan,"
Intell, June 20).
Zug uses the analogy "a rising tide lifts all boats" unless the boat has a hole in it. He asserts that those in
opposition to the proposed convention center and hotel project are in the boats with the leaks.
Unfortunately, it is Zug's argument that is doomed to sink. His letter takes liberty

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Published on June 23, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Great divide laid bare at convention center mtg.
A steady stream of people at Ephrata Public Library stood behind a microphone stand Thursday night,
waiting for a chance to vent their feelings about the controversial hotel/convention center proposed for
downtown Lancaster. Some criticized the project. Others spoke in favor of it.
Whether people were "right" or "wrong," it was clear Thursday night the community remains strongly
divided over the project.
More than 60 people attended the
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Published on May 5, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
County study takes dim view of center
Developers of the proposed downtown convention center/hotel should consider "downsizing" the project or
finding an "alternate use for the site." If the current project is built as proposed, it will lose $1.3 million
per year.
So says the executive summary of a feasibility study of the $139.8 million project completed by PKF
Consulting at the request of the Lancaster County commissioners.
The summary was presented by PKF partner Dave Arnold
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Published on December 25, 2005, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Ed Flick exemplifies the spirit of Christmas
Judy A.
Strausbaugh Ed Flick's office at Fulton Bank overlooks Penn Square, where all kinds of people traverse.
It's one of Flick's favorite views because he likes people.
Saturday morning, he was near his office helping people less fortunate have a Merry Christmas.
For the fourth straight year, the longtime banking executive volunteered to help fill and distribute 1,200
boxes of food for Lancaster County Project for the
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Published on December 19, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Rep. Pitts leads fight to derail slots parlor
A developer of the proposed slot-machine parlor in downtown Lancaster said Sunday more developments
related to the project could be announced as early as this week.

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Also, local leaders and U.S.


Rep.
Joseph Pitts are expected to convene today at Lancaster County Courthouse with the aim of developing
strategies to kill the $150 million project proposed for the Bulova Technologies building.
"To develop a consensus on a game plan and to work together" is how
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Published on December 19, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
The Bulova building: Casino or federal courthouse?
The downtown Lancaster building where two local attorneys want to open a slots parlor is also among the
U.S. government's favored sites for a new federal courthouse, officials said today.
"It's my understanding that people in the federal government are focusing on the Bulova building as the
best-suited site for a courthouse," Mayor-elect Rick Gray said this morning.
"My understanding is that it's along the way with
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Published on November 9, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Lancaster elects Gray as mayor
Election Day was Gray's day in Lancaster city.
Democratic challenger Rick Gray defeated two-term incumbent Mayor Charlie Smithgall Tuesday by 1,323
votes, based on unofficial results.
"There's going to be a new day in Lancaster," Gray told a cheering crowd gathered in a Hotel Brunswick
ballroom.
"Now we have the real task ahead of us the task of governing."
A defeated and tired-looking Smithgall
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Published on November 9, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Democratic ticket sweeps into City Council, takes 2 row offices
Lancaster city Democrats celebrated a sweep of City Council and two row offices Tuesday, upsetting a
strong Republican ticket that included three two-term incumbents.
"We're going to bring civility back to City Council," newly elected City Councilwoman Kendra Saunders said
Tuesday night at an election-night gathering in a ballroom at Hotel Brunswick.
The victory by Saunders, Louise Williams, Tim Roschel and Jose Urdaneta means, starting in January,
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Published on November 9, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)

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Gray's stunning win highlights big day for local Democrats How did he pull it off?
As Rick Gray emphasized late Tuesday night, today is a new day in Lancaster.
With chants of "Sweep! Sweep! Sweep!," jubilant Lancaster City Democrats Tuesday night celebrated the
ousting of Republican Mayor Charlie Smithgall, all four Republicans on City Council, and Republican control
of the city controller and treasurer offices.
Gray, the Democratic mayoral candidate, rode a wave of change to an overwhelming victory.
He took 58 percent of the vote in his
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Published on October 21, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Maybe Lancaster Square needs an exorcism
I've begun to wonder whether a curse has been placed on Lancaster Square.
Could it be that the ghosts of the original Brunswick Hotel, the old Lancaster YMCA and the Grand Theater
flattened by the wrecking ball in the 1960s to make way for so-called progress have gotten back at
us for our folly?
When it comes to Lancaster Square, it's almost eerie the way we can't get our act together. The paralysis
is maddening,
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Published on October 18, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
City, county take new looks at Lancaster Sq.
Lancaster city and county officials, recently at odds over projects in the city, are separately pushing for
new plans to revamp the east side of Lancaster Square, which has been widely criticized for being little
more than a concrete eyesore.
Mayor Charlie Smithgall said Sunday he has asked Hunter Interests Inc. of Maryland to submit a revised
edition of its 2002 Lancaster Square Master Plan and expects to hear from it this week.
Hunter's original vision was to put the
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Published on October 18, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
What's in store for Lancaster Square?
Lancaster City and county officials who have been sharply divided on Penn Square are both setting
their sights on Lancaster Square.
Lancaster Mayor Charlie Smithgall has asked Hunter Interests Inc., a Maryland consultant, to revise its
2002 Lancaster Square Master Plan. He expects an answer this week.
Meanwhile, county administrator Don Elliott says he has asked Franklin & Marshall College to survey
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Published on October 13, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Bankruptcy filers need not go for broke
Though it may come as a surprise to some, the new bankruptcy law that takes effect Monday does not
allow bankers to collect a pound of flesh from debtors.
In fact, attorneys and bankers say the new law will seriously impact at most 10 percent of people filing for
Chapter 7 bankruptcy the most common type of bankruptcy filing in Lancaster County.
Chapter 7 offers debtors a clean slate and complete relief from their debts.
But fears that the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention
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Published on October 2, 2005, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Build on success to revitalize city
Robert E. Field
In planning for the future it is important to avoid mistakes of the past; and building on current successes
is less risky than pursuing untested concepts.
With the proposed convention center/hotel, it is especially urgent that we avoid the mistakes that led to
the failure of Lancaster Square, or we may go down the same disastrous road.
The reasons for that failure, as given by former mayor and guest columnist Art Morris on Aug. 18, were
very wide of the mark.
When
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Published on October 1, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
Host Resort has new owner
A Florida company with a track record of remodeling its holdings has bought the Lancaster Host Resort &
Conference Center for an undisclosed price.
Milestone Hospitality acquired the Lincoln Highway East property Sept. 23, according to a letter from the
motel's departing management company.
The 39-year-old motel in East Lampeter Township is a cornerstone of the county's tourism industry.
With 330 rooms, it's the county's
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Published on September 22, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Smithgall reopens campaign center at Brunswick for
run-up to the election
Touting his record as a crime fighter and job creator, Mayor Charlie Smithgall officially reopened his
campaign headquarters Wednesday at the Brunswick Hotel.

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Surrounded by his family and 25 supporters, the Republican mayor said, if re-elected, he would continue
to put pressure on criminals, push economic development and work hard to create more jobs.
"Eight years ago, I ran for mayor because I believed that the city was headed in the wrong direction,"
Smithgall
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Published on July 26, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Senate panel OKs funds for Lancaster Square, city garage
Lancaster Mayor Charlie Smithgalls plan to put the historic Rocky Springs Carousel in Lancaster Square
got more federal support Monday. The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee voted to include $200,000
for the rehabilitation of Lancaster Square in its version of the Departments of Transportation, Treasury,
Judiciary, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Fiscal Year 2006 Appropriations bill,
U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter said Monday. The Pennsylvania Republican said the
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Published on July 13, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
The Brunswicks new Taste
THE WEEKLY DISH By E. Martin HulseJIM SWITZENBERG AND RON PFEIFFER have brought a new taste to
town. Taste at the Brunswick (151 N. Queen St., Lancaster, 397-4800) will open for dinner Friday with
eclectic city food, says Switzenberg, director of operations for Taste Catering, which recently partnered
with the Brunswick Hotel, owned by Hamid Zahedi. Tim Olivett, a Tavern on the Green and Moshulu alum,
was hired as chef, which returns the Hempfield graduate to the
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Published on May 22, 2005, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)


New look,hours for Brunswick eatery
The restaurant and bar in the historic downtown Hotel Brunswick is receiving a facelift.
Since the hotel was bought by Hamid Zahedi in February, the lounge and bar was closed and the
restaurant was only open for breakfast, mainly for hotel customers.
The lounge and bar reopened this weekend to the public with new paint and carpeting, and will be
completely renovated within the next two weeks with a new bar, dining and lounge furniture. Additionally,
lunch and brunch are expected to open
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Published on May 18, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
Library tax rejected; mayor, supporters prevail in city
City impact? Fall campaigns will target revitalization
Russ Miller called Luis Mendoza last night in hopes of burying the hatchet.

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The city GOP chairman said the party must reunify after Mayor Charlie Smithgall handily defeated
challenger Mendoza by nearly a two-to-one margin in Tuesday's primary election.
Smithgall earned 65 percent of Republican votes.
"Luis has been a good Republican in the past and I hope we can get everyone on board working for a
victory in November," said Miller.
United the
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Published on April 20, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Brunswick owner seeks to revive movie house
The new owner of the Ramada Inn Brunswick is proposing to revitalize a portion of Lancaster Square into a
movie/performing arts theater.
But before Hamid Zahedi of New York begins, he wants to see more people invest in entertainment
attractions downtown, said a consultant during a press conference Tuesday on the square.
Thomas DePaul of the DePaul Group of Lancaster said he was hired by Zahedi to develop the project at the
former Eric Theater, located next to the Brunswick.
DePaul
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Published on April 19, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Turn W&S into an IMAX theater
TO THE EDITOR:
It's hard to believe that the proposed convention center for Penn Square is still being considered. Can't
Penn Square Partners read? Common knowledge makes it clear that the convention center business is a
mess, "plagued by a taxpayer-funded burst of expansion and a continuing dearth of customers." To entice
business, convention center managers are giving space away.
I suggest that anyone who wants an honest appraisal of the
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Published on April 17, 2005, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Teaching retailers to capitalize on convention center
A national small-retailing expert plans to tell Lancaster city store owners how they can do more than just
scratch their niche.
John Ogden, a professor at Kutztown University's Small Business Development Center and a published
consultant on retail marketing, will visit Tuesday morning at the request of the Downtown Investment
District Authority.
Kelly Withum, who became director of the DID about three months ago, said the organization is
sponsoring Ogden's visit
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Published on April 17, 2005, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)
Following faith, D.R.E.A.M.S.
Entrepreneur who overcame hard times seeks to boost women, minority businesses.
An entrepreneur relatively unknown in Lancaster wants to introduce his venture by helping other small
businesses showcase what they have to offer.
Macajah Lee Brown Jr. is organizing the Women & Minority Business Expo, set for 4 to 10 p.m. April 28 at
the Brunswick Hotel, 151 N. Queen St.
Brown, 45, is founder of D.R.E.A.M.S. Minority Business Network, a one-man operation that looks for
partners who share his desire to boost entrepreneurial opportunities for women, blacks,
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Published on March 22, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
Shaub accuses Henderson of attempting to kill hotel project
Lancaster County Commissioner Pete Shaub accused fellow Commissioner Molly Henderson this morning of
attempting to snuff out hope for a Penn Square hotel and convention center.
Henderson presented motions this morning that would direct county attorneys to look for alternatives to
the $129 million Marriott hotel and meeting center planned for the former Watt & Shand building.
That project remains on life support as lawmakers attempt to advance a compromise tax arrangement
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Published on March 17, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
What about the Brunswick?
The new owners of Hotel Brunswick are trying to take advantage of the apparent failure of the planned
$129 million Penn Square hotel and convention center.
Hamid Zahedi, whose real estate partnership purchased the aging Brunswick in January, has suggested
convention center planners now turn their attention to his Lancaster Square property, two blocks north.
"All I am saying is if they're so hell-bent on having a convention center, this is another
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Hotel Brunswick aims to meet rising expectations


First renovated rooms in $4 million project ready to open this month.
Lancaster New Era
Published: May 04, 2007
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At least they are finally going to get smart and move the check in and lobby to the first floor, queen and
chestnut corner. This hotel never had any street presence. One has to look hard to even know that it's
there! Who knew it had a pool?
They've had a high visible location, and never utilized it! seems like now they will. Hopefully it will spill
over to the rest of the square.

kwf1817
QUOTE(kwf1817 @ May 6 2007, 09:14 PM)
At least they are finally going to get smart and move the check in and lobby to the first floor, queen and
chestnut corner. This hotel never had any street presence. One has to look hard to even know that it's
there! Who knew it had a pool?
They've had a high visible location, and never utilized it! seems like now they will. Hopefully it will spill
over to the rest of the square.
This was an integral part of the late 1960s "Urban Renewal" plan. The expectation was that people would
walk INSIDE the "mall" from the parking garages to the shops.
When the current Brunswick was built, a big chunk of the first floor was taken up by an open public
walkway between Chestnut St. and Lancaster Square; this was not enclosed until many years later. Retail
stores were supposedly of a higher value than a hotel lobby, and indeed there was a bank in the
Brunswick building on N. Queen St. near Chestnut for a number of years. The "shopping mall" between
the Brunswick and the Hess Dept. Store at Queen and Chestnut was expected to be the pedestrian artery
(these "shops" still exist, being used as meeting rooms for the Brunswick). The second and third level of
the "shopping mall" included a large movie theater, later divided into two (this still exists, it is still
vacant).
Originally there were three pedestrian levels connected and surrounding Lancaster Square on all four
sides. There was also parking on the roof level, and it WOULD HAVE BEEN possible to drive from the Duke
St. garage over to the Prince St. garage at the top level! (I don't think it was ever implemented). Of
course this ended when the west side of the "concrete monstrosity" was demolished a few years after it
was completed. The Duke St. ramp to this parking level remained for many years, but was later
demolished to add a few street-level spaces next to the Duke St. parking garage. There are still lines for
parking spaces visible (from inside the Brunswick) on the roof of the movie theater above the "shopping
mall" on the east side of Lancaster Square.
The designers of this project actually expected the second level to be nearly as busy as street level. The
point is, the Brunswick was designed by "urban planners" who thought they knew better than people who
walk the streets. Of course, as we know now, what was once one of the three busiest commercial blocks in
Lancaster City is now a concrete wasteland (and yes, that DOES include Binns Park).
FYI, the Brunswick was originally designed to have two more floors than it does now. Rather than
redesigning the entire building, the top two floors were simply deleted. The structure is strong enough to
add these additional floors.

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Artie See
Its time for a little research. Someone needs to pull out the last set of rah-rah articles run in the LNP
when this fine establishment last went from the Hotel Brunswick to the Ramada Brunswick. I do not recall
the year but I certainly recall the content. The owner at the time was going to spend $XX million dollars
then to bring it up to par and turn it around. LNP printed everything that the owner wanted them to print
whether it made any logical sense or not. What happened, more bankruptcy, more management
companies, and more trouble? When the mortgage holder finally got tired of the never ending cycle, they
cut their losses, ate half the debt, and go that asset off of their books to the current owner. Not only did
this story run then but I am sure that it ran in simlar fashion previous to that. What do we have now,
more of the sameoutrageous claims by owners trying to make themselves look good and a newspaper
monopoly that does not even ask questions. Let me suggest a couple. How many dollars per room is
allegedly being spent? How many dollars per room is the national average for new construction of a hotel
such as the Brunswick? What is the difference? How or why could someone substantiate the current claims
for what is merely cosmetic work, no bricks or mortar? I guess it is probably too much to ask though since
LNP was not willing to ask the same questions about the CC & hotel, why would they ask or do any
research for this one?

enlightened176
QUOTE(Artie See @ May 7 2007, 06:32 AM)
This was an integral part of the late 1960s "Urban Renewal" plan. ..... Of course, as we know now, what
was once one of the three busiest commercial blocks in Lancaster City is now a concrete wasteland (and
yes, that DOES include Binns Park).

Artie: Thanks for posting the historical facts of design-intent of this property. Interesting.
Hamid only paid $15 thousand/room for many reasons. 37 years of failure. How sad.
from the article: The Hotel Brunswick stands on a site that has been the location of a lodging facility since
the long-gone Hofnagle Hotel opened there in 1776. The current hotel opened in 1970. It was acquired by
a partnership led by Hamid Zahedi in 2005 for $3.4 million, according to newspaper files.

DimBulb
I was able to confirm that the Brunswick is indeed closed, except for a few rooms on weekends. Most of
the rooms are currently gutted.
The newspaper article is wrong.
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Future explorers traipsing through the brickyards off Harrisburg Pike might believe they've discovered the
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2008-03-20 12:16:00
BERNARD HARRIS, Staff
Plans for what could be a 10-story or more office, retail, museum, residential and parking garage building
in downtown Lancaster received initial approval Wednesday night. The plans for the proposed building, on
the former Empire TV parking lot at North Queen and East Chestnut streets, would......
Lancaster Square could see start of overhaul as soon as summer
2008-02-27 01:41:00
JENNIFER TODD, Staff
City officials said Tuesday that plans to demolish portions of Lancaster Square are being finalized and
pieces of the concrete eyesore could start coming down this summer.The proposed work would occur on
the east side of the square between the Hotel Brunswick and the Bulova buildin......
City businessman's killing sparks forum
2008-01-04 01:44:00
P.J. REILLY, Staff
Jose Urdaneta has been a Lancaster city councilman for the past two years.During that time, he has been
frustrated by the general lack of interest many city residents have in getting involved in their
community.Thursday night was an exception, he said.The 50 people who turned......
Can candidates dance? You be the judge
2007-10-18 03:16:00
JEFF HAWKES, Staff
Latin music blasted from the nightclub's speakers, and dance instructor Oscar Restrepo, swiveling
smoothly, called out a cadence.Four middle-aged couples on the dance floor stepped and turned to the
up-tempo beat.Rick Calderon had opened his Rumbha nightclub, next to Hotel Bruns......
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Maybe Mike Rowe would be up for the job.You might know him as the wisecracking host of "Dirty Jobs" on
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2007-05-13 00:06:00
JUDY A. STRAUSBAUGH, Political writer
Developers of the $170-million convention center and hotel going up at Penn Square plan a kick-off
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Hotel Brunswick aims to meet rising expectations
2007-05-04 12:40:00
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Around the Hotel Brunswick, Kevin Bergman sees a city on the rise. Now it's time for the hotel to join that
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14 seek convention center board seat
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Fourteen hopefuls have lined up to serve on the Lancaster County Convention Center Authority board,
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His voice went Boom, boom, boom. He didnt need a microphone. He was a champion, remembers
Kilmer, who is 80 and lives at St. Johns Herr Estate in Columbia. I had never heard him like that before,
Kilmer said in an interview this morning. I said, That man over there is not the man behind......
Witness nabs suspect
2006-12-09 01:34:00
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A 30-year-old Lancaster city businessman chased and caught a man who was trying to rob a woman
Thursday afternoon, police said.
Matthew Bryant, a salesman for Select Security, was working in his second-story office at 150 N. Queen
St. when he heard the woman's cry for help.
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A 3-hour bickering brouhaha
2006-08-03 13:46:43
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But the problem wasnt the heat, it was the rigidity. The individual county commissioners, as well as their
packs of ardent supporters, have developed deeply entrenched positions on the proposed downtown
convention center/hotel and other subjects. So on Wednesday morning they talked at not w......
What about the Brunswick?
2005-03-17 14:05:27
Tom Murse
Hamid Zahedi, whose real estate partnership purchased the aging Brunswick in January, has suggested
convention center planners now turn their attention to his Lancaster Square property, two blocks north.
All I am saying is if theyre so hell-bent on having a convention center, this is another op......
New owner for Brunswick
2005-01-05 14:27:11
Bernard Harris And John M. Spidaliere
A real estate partnership headed by Hamid Zahedi, a northern New Jersey shopping center owner, is
expected to close on the 221-room hotel at the corner of Queen and Chestnut streets Jan. 31. Zahedi,
reached at his New York office this week, said he plans to renovate the 35-year-old hotel, but his......
Brunswick buy is out for now; 'timing' cited
2004-07-20 13:12:56
John M. Spidaliere
But that doesnt necessarily mean it wont buy the Lancaster Square hotel months from now. With the
threat of a new lawsuit in the air, four members of the authority voted unanimously to terminate
negotiations with the Massachusetts holding company that owns the Ramada Inn Brunswick Hotel, 151
N.......
Authority drops Brunswick deal
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"That deal is dead," said Dave Hixson, executive director of the authority.
Calling the move a "business decision," Ted Darcus, chairman of the authority board, said the authority
wants to focus all its efforts on building a convention center in Penn Square.
"We didn't want......
Convention Center Authority likely to buy Brunswick
2004-07-14 13:50:54
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But the executive director of the Lancaster County Convention Center Authority will wait to make that
recommendation for Monday. It appears from a community standpoint it would be the best course, said
Hixson. The authority will consider extending the due diligence period to buy the Lancast......
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"I don't think it could be successful,'' Armstrong, a state senator who represents Lancaster City, said of a
proposal by the Lancaster County Convention Center Authority to buy the Brunswick Hotel in Lancaster
Square and possibly to build a convention center there.
"That's not a first-cla...
AV Specialist has launched a new regional version of the magazine covering the Islamic Republic
of Iran. The magazine uses much of the same editorial and advertising material that appears in
the Middle East edition but the Arabic content is replaced with Farsi content and an additional
section provides news and information on technologies and productions specifically relevant to
Iran. Local content is managed by Pejman Ghorbani, a young Iranian filmmaker based in Tehran.
The magazine is distributed through the Nashravaran Journalistic Institute in Tehran and is
available on subscription - as well as through newsstands and specialist retail outlets in Iran.
The indigenous film industry in the Islamic Republic of Iran is booming and home-grown
programming dominates local cinema and television, explains publisher Kevan Jones. Over the
last few years weve seen a growing interest in our magazine from readers within the Islamic
Republic of Iran and our new regional version reflects the importance of this market within the
Middle East region.
Much of the editorial content in this new version has been commissioned from local journalists
and is specifically relevant to the region. For many years Iran has been isolated by language,
culture and political intrigue, says Nima Abu-Wardeh, a well-known media professional in the
Middle East and presenter of the BBCs weekly Middle East Business Report. Despite this, the
Iranian economy is buoyant and the country is playing an increasingly important role in the
commercial activity of the Middle East. Equally important, Iran has a well-established culture of
cinema and film production thats hungry for information on the latest video technologies. AV
Specialists new Farsi-language edition is likely to provide real value to film and TV professionals
in the Republic.
The first issue features several international manufacturers of film and TV production technology
keen to expose their products in this fast-growing market. The television and pro-video markets
in Iran represent a significant portion of our revenues in the Middle East but weve often found it
difficult to communicate with our customers in the Republic, says Robin Hood from Panasonic
Broadcast in the Middle East. AV Specialists new Farsi edition provides us an opportunity to reach
our customers and address them in a manner thats uniquely relevant to them.
The Nashravaran Journalistic Institute is confident that the latest offering from AV Specialist will be
a resounding success in the Iranian market. AV Specialist is the first and only broadcast and
pro-AV magazine to be distributed in the Islamic Republic of Iran, says Hamid Zahedi, managing
director of the Institute. It provides information thats just not available through any other
source and the fact that the magazine includes Persian content makes it uniquely relevant to our
market.
For US companies, trade with Iran is still off-limits but a powerful anti-sanctions lobby has
emerged in the US and the publishers are hopeful that the US trade embargo will soon be
relaxed. The US Dept. of Treasury does not prohibit the export of publications or informational
material to Iran, explains Kevan Jones, and even though the trade embargo remains in place,
the Iranian market presents an interesting opportunity for US manufacturers who see free trade
as the inevitable outcome of US foreign policy.
The first copies of the new Farsi-language version appeared in June 2005 but the publishers are
planning a major launch to coincide with the Tehran Short Film Festival taking place from 15-20
November.
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Two squares beat as one


The fortunes of Lancaster Square are tied to those of Penn Square, according to the owner of Hotel
Brunswick. Hamid Zahedi wrote Wednesday that his hotel, based at Lancaster Square, could be renovated
to "four-diamond/four-star" quality, and its two-story concrete annex transformed into "two or three
restaurants ... plus entertainment for persons in their 30s and older."
Zahedi outlined his vision Wednesday in a letter to Lancaster County
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A 3-hour bickering brouhaha
Lancaster County government approached total meltdown Wednesday - one of the hottest days of the
year. But the problem wasn't the heat, it was the rigidity.
The individual county commissioners, as well as their packs of ardent supporters, have developed deeply
entrenched positions on the proposed downtown convention center/hotel and other subjects.
So on Wednesday morning they talked at - not with - each other for nearly three hours.
Jane Albright of East Lampeter
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Fireworks essential for downtown event
Will "Celebrate Lancaster!" the city's popular Fourth of July celebration that's held downtown, end with a
bang or a whimper this year? That's a question for Mayor Rick Gray, who is studying whether the loud and
rumbling fireworks finale risks serious damage to historic homes, churches and other buildings or is a
particularly dangerous fire hazard.
A number of people think it is both.
They're primarily from the
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Published on February 28, 2006, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Fireworks under fire
For the past eight years, Independence Day in Lancaster has meant vendors in the streets, open-air shows
downtown and fireworks over the Greist Building.
For some, however, it also has meant falling embers, rattling windows and structural damage.
Lancaster city residents tonight will get the chance to debate the merits of the annual fireworks display.
"The public ought to know about the attendant problems," Mayor Rick Gray said of the city's annual

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Will fireworks move again?
Within a few months of taking office eight years ago, Lancaster's new Mayor Charlie Smithgall announced
plans for a Fourth of July celebration that would light up the sky.
The dazzling fireworks display at six times the cost of the annual Long's Park concert event could be
seen from suburbs a dozen miles away.
But it was the estimated 20,000 people who came downtown that were the most important to Smithgall.
His goal was to bring
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Rep. Pitts leads fight to derail slots parlor
A developer of the proposed slot-machine parlor in downtown Lancaster said Sunday more developments
related to the project could be announced as early as this week.
Also, local leaders and U.S.
Rep.
Joseph Pitts are expected to convene today at Lancaster County Courthouse with the aim of developing
strategies to kill the $150 million project proposed for the Bulova Technologies building.
"To develop a consensus on a game plan and to work together" is how
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Maybe Lancaster Square needs an exorcism
I've begun to wonder whether a curse has been placed on Lancaster Square.
Could it be that the ghosts of the original Brunswick Hotel, the old Lancaster YMCA and the Grand Theater
flattened by the wrecking ball in the 1960s to make way for so-called progress have gotten back at
us for our folly?
When it comes to Lancaster Square, it's almost eerie the way we can't get our act together. The paralysis
is maddening,
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City, county take new looks at Lancaster Sq.


Lancaster city and county officials, recently at odds over projects in the city, are separately pushing for
new plans to revamp the east side of Lancaster Square, which has been widely criticized for being little
more than a concrete eyesore.
Mayor Charlie Smithgall said Sunday he has asked Hunter Interests Inc. of Maryland to submit a revised
edition of its 2002 Lancaster Square Master Plan and expects to hear from it this week.
Hunter's original vision was to put the
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A green gem sparkles in center city
Wearing a knowing smile, John Hershey stood amid a crowd of about 300 people this morning for the
official opening of Lancasters Binns Park. The fountain he and his team at Derck & Edson, the Lititz
architectural firm, designed bubbled and hummed nearby. I feel like an expectant father, said Hershey.
It is exciting after years of planning to come to this point. The crowd of dignitaries and city and county
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Published on August 8, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
The signs they are a-changin
Quantifying the oft-mentioned economic development created by Clipper Magazine Stadium isnt easy, but
Lisa Riggs has a suggestion. Riggs, director of the James Street Improvement Project, said you can see
things are looking up in the northwest section of the city simply by, well, looking up. If nothing else, signs
above businesses in the area, like A Homerun Location, Sluggers Pizza, and
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Published on July 13, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
The Brunswicks new Taste
THE WEEKLY DISH By E. Martin HulseJIM SWITZENBERG AND RON PFEIFFER have brought a new taste to
town. Taste at the Brunswick (151 N. Queen St., Lancaster, 397-4800) will open for dinner Friday with
eclectic city food, says Switzenberg, director of operations for Taste Catering, which recently partnered
with the Brunswick Hotel, owned by Hamid Zahedi. Tim Olivett, a Tavern on the Green and Moshulu alum,
was hired as chef, which returns the Hempfield graduate to the
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New look,hours for Brunswick eatery

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The restaurant and bar in the historic downtown Hotel Brunswick is receiving a facelift.
Since the hotel was bought by Hamid Zahedi in February, the lounge and bar was closed and the
restaurant was only open for breakfast, mainly for hotel customers.
The lounge and bar reopened this weekend to the public with new paint and carpeting, and will be
completely renovated within the next two weeks with a new bar, dining and lounge furniture. Additionally,
lunch and brunch are expected to open
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Brunswick owner seeks to revive movie house
The new owner of the Ramada Inn Brunswick is proposing to revitalize a portion of Lancaster Square into a
movie/performing arts theater.
But before Hamid Zahedi of New York begins, he wants to see more people invest in entertainment
attractions downtown, said a consultant during a press conference Tuesday on the square.
Thomas DePaul of the DePaul Group of Lancaster said he was hired by Zahedi to develop the project at the
former Eric Theater, located next to the Brunswick.
DePaul
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Published on March 17, 2005, Lancaster New Era (PA)
What about the Brunswick?
The new owners of Hotel Brunswick are trying to take advantage of the apparent failure of the planned
$129 million Penn Square hotel and convention center.
Hamid Zahedi, whose real estate partnership purchased the aging Brunswick in January, has suggested
convention center planners now turn their attention to his Lancaster Square property, two blocks north.
"All I am saying is if they're so hell-bent on having a convention center, this is another
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CATCHING UP ON THE NEWS
SUNDAY
Jan. 2 - Richard M. Scott, a World War II fighter pilot and a former mayor of Lancaster, died at 86. Scott
was shot down in combat and escaped from a German prisoner of war camp. He led the move to bring
minor-league baseball back to Lancaster. A memorial service Thursday was attended by hundreds.
MONDAY
Jan. 3 - James H. Guerin, sentenced in 1992 for his admission that he ran a $1.14 billion contract scam

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and $50 million smuggling ring involving his business, ISC, and its
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Published on January 6, 2005, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)
Brunswick to change hands
The Ramada Inn Brunswick will soon have a new owner.
Hamid Zahedi, a northern New Jersey shopping center owner, said he and a group of partners are close to
finalizing a deal for the 221-room hotel. He said the purchase price is less than $3 million.
The tax assessment on the 1-acre property is $4.25 million, but Zahedi said the hotel requires significant
renovation, and the purchase price reflects the condition of the building.
"We'll have to fix
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New owner for Brunswick
New York businessman buying Lancaster Square hotel, plans renovations.
The Ramada Inn Brunswick will soon have a new owner.
A real estate partnership headed by Hamid Zahedi, a northern New Jersey shopping center owner, is
expected to close on the 221-room hotel at the corner of Queen and Chestnut streets Jan. 31.
Zahedi, reached at his New York office this week, said he plans to renovate the 35-year-old hotel, but his
plans for the hotel and its annex along Lancaster Square are still undetermined.
"A lot of our plans are in limbo, because
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COVER AND DISCLAIMERS

www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
infor@amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
717.731.8184 Phone
717.427-1621 Fax

This Business Plan and its contents are confidential and considered the intellectual
property of the Advanced Media Group. Prior written consent is required prior to any
redistribution, copy, or alteration of this Business Plan.

This Business Plan is intended to convey information only and shall not constitute or be
construed as an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities. The authors
acknowledge best efforts in the accuracy of information contained herein.

This edition was submitted without final proof and edit. Sprenger Management
apologizes for any errors or omissions.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary
1.1 Mission Statement
1.2 Executive Summary

The Project
2.1 Downtown Revitalization 1(Lancasters Economic Development Action Agenda)
2.2 Biography of Chef Mazzochhi
2.3 Professional Endorsements
2.4 Mazzis Grill
2.5 Villa Cava
2.6 The Excelsior Courtyard
2.7 The Back Room

Demographics And Marketing


3.1 Downtown Investment District Census and Statistics
3.2 Summary Marketing Plan
3.3 Take-Out Food Opportunities, Business Services, & Catering
3.4 Market Analysis by 2Barfly Magazine

Operations and management


4.1 Resumes of Principals
4.2 Job Descriptions
4.3 Preliminary Staffing Schedule

Report submitted by LDR International in 1998 to the Economic Development Action Group and

the Lancaster Campaign.


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Presenting BarFlys annual preview of alfresco option ? Barfly Magazine ? May 1999 ?

Lancaster Edition.

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5.1 Capital Equipment Budget
5.2 3 Year Projected Pro forma Statement
5.3 3 Year Projected Sales and Revenues

Lease and Construction Improvements


6.1 Lease Agreement
6.2 Construction Improvements Schedule

Exhibits
7.1 Information Technology Systems and Equipment Specifications
7.2 Excelsior Place Marketing Materials
7.3 Architectural Plans and Specifications
7.4 Menu Ideas

News Articles of Interest

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1.2 Executive Summary


Sprenger Management, Inc. plans to create and develop an interconnected destination
complex of dining and entertainment at Excelsior Place, 125 East King Street, and
Downtown Lancaster.
Excelsior Place is a four story Victorian showcase, designated on the Historic Registry
and since 1873 has intermittently served as a brewery, convention center, social hall and
retail store.
The restoration and conversion of this remarkable property are the embodiment of the
vision of Sprenger Management in coordination with The Ray Group and Meeder
Development, co-owners of the property. Sprenger Management's plans for the
Excelsior project entail a combination of the four entities detailed below on the lower
courtyard level and first floor. Offices and professional service businesses are to occupy
the floors above. Joined at the rear with Grant Street Condominiums, Excelsior shares a
common pedestrian walkway with Grant Street Condominiums from King to Grant Street,
with parking provided nearby making travel by foot a convenient option. Located within
the Downtown Investment District, Excelsior Place is a neighbor of the Lancaster
Courthouse, County of Lancaster, Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., Fulton Bank, Penn
Square Conference Center (Proposed), Engle, Hambright, & Davies, Demuth
Foundation, Mellon Bank, and other professional office buildings housing legal, real
estate and other professional business establishments.
Sprenger Management Inc. is a partnership of three local gentleman, Ralph Mazzochhirenowned local chef and entrepreneur, John Katras - businessman and restauteur, and
Guy Eavenson - career bar and nightclub manager. Committed personally,
professionally and financially to the success of the Excelsior Place project, these
gentlemen bring 50 years of combined experience in food, beverage and nightclub
arenas to the project. Together they have conceived and formulated the plans that
make up the four entities detailed herein. With strong ties to Lancaster's community,
each partner has also experienced life outside of Lancaster, giving each a fresh
perspective and appreciation for the needs found here. Please find resumes and
biographies in the Operations and Management section.
The envisioned entities of Sprenger Management are:

MAZZIS GRILLE - An upscale yet casual lunch and evening restaurant.

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VILLA CAVA An elegant and distinctive fine dinning restaurant developed in the
underground catacombs.

THE EXCELSIOR COURTYARD The visual center of Excelsior Place, a unique


open air courtyard.

THE BACK ROOM A multi-purpose room accommodating nighttime entertainment,


large private parties and banquets.
They are to operate on an interconnected basis while still maintaining autonomy as
destination locations featuring varied services and atmospheres.
The physical facility found at Excelsior Place offers a rare opportunity to incorporate
historic features of the past such as the cultural aesthetics of the exterior, an existing
grand staircase, antique hanging light fixtures and a tin ceiling. The improvements will
include modern conveniences such as central air conditioning and handicap accessible
elevators.
Drawing on the combined experience of the principals, designers, architects and
business advisors, this historic structure will be resurrected into a lively and functional
food and entertainment destination echoing the success of years past for Lancaster's
first convention center and brewery.
In closing, it is imperative to embrace revitalization efforts made in Lancaster. At no
other time in our long history has there been such an opportunity for change and rebirth.
As we quickly approach the millennium it is imperative that we join together in support of
individuals and institutions committed to the revival of the city in which we live. Such
commitment can be found in the proposal made here.

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The Project

2.1 Downtown Lancaster Revitalization Efforts: In 1998 LDR International, an urban


design and planning consulting firm, was retained by the Economic Development Action
Group and the Lancaster Campaign to develop and coordinate the revitalization efforts
of both public and private sectors contributing to Downtown Lancasters Revitalization.
The report, Lancasters Economic Development Action Agenda was
embraced by the leadership of the revitalization efforts toward the renewal of Downtown
Lancaster.
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The report identified Excelsior Place, formerly the Tremellen Building, as a critical
component to these revitalization efforts. The following items were named as
implementation actions necessary to facilitate those efforts:
? Acquisition of the Armstrong Lancaster Square Building
? Acquisition of the Watt and Shand Building (Purchased by the partnership of
High Associates, Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., and the Fulton Bank for the
proposed Conference Center)
? Announced location of expanded Smith-Barney office at Lancaster Square
? Mayor Smithgalls commitment to streamlining the Citys development review
process
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Acquisition and redevelopment of the Armstrong Liberty Street Building


(Currently being developed by the Drogaris Companies and near completion)

? New awareness and participation in economic development from South Duke


and Prince Street neighborhoods
? Fulton Bank purchase of the Woolworth Building (Current construction of a
new $25 million 6 story corporate headquarters to be completed in early 2000)
? Successful sale of Hotel Brunswick
? Proposed development of the Tremellen Building (Excelsior Place)
? Community awareness and support for making Prince Street, Downtown, and
South Duke Street all that they can be

Report submitted by LDR International in 1998 to the Economic Development Action Group and the

Lancaster Campaign.

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The following vision statement was developed by the Economic Development Action
Group, the community-at-large and the consulting team:
4

WE SEE LANCASTER CITY AS A VIBRANT URBAN COMMUNITY WHERE

PEOPLE WILL CHOOSE TO LIVE, WORK, WORSHIP, LEARN, PLAY AND


CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSE HERITAGES.
WE SEE LANCASTER CITY AS:
?

A FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH TO PROMOTE BUSINESS

DEVELOPMENT AND RETENTION, JOB CREATION, TECHNOLOGY AND


RESEARCH INDUSTRIES, AND INVESTOR ACTIVITY;
?

THE DYNAMIC HUB OF LANCASTER COUNTYS FINANCIAL, LEGAL,

MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES; AND


?

AN EXCEPTIONAL DESTINATION AND SPECIAL EXPERIENCE FOR

RESIDENTS FOR VISITORS FROM THE NORTHEASTERN U.S. AND


THROUGHOUT THE WORLD WHO ARE ATTRACTED TO LANCASTERS
HERITAGE,

ARTS,

CULTURAL,

UNIQUE

RETAILING,

AND

ENTERTAINMENT ACTIVITIES.
WE

SEE

SUSTAINED,

ACTION-DRIVEN,

PRIVATE/PUBLIC,

COMMITTED

INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AN ENTHUSIASTIC AND


INVOLVED COMMUNITY, MAKING THIS VISION A REALITY.

In the past eighteen months since this report was published, numerous projects are
currently are development and additional projects are being proposed. The current
state-of-affairs in the Revitalization of Downtown Lancaster is in the beginning of
delivering tangible evidence of the leadership, efforts, and energies of the Lancasters
revitalization efforts. The revitalization of Downtown Lancaster will showcase Lancaster
Countys proud urban heritage, cultural diversity, and its historic significance. It will
soon become a valuable asset of the Lancaster Community, and a destination which
every visitor will enjoy.
The authors strongly encourage all interested parties in the Excelsior Place
project to obtain and review the , Lancasters Economic Development Action
Agenda report as a supporting document to this business plan.

Report submitted by LDR International in 1998 to the Economic Development Action Group and the

Lancaster Campaign.

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2.2 Biography of Chef Mazzachhi: Ralph Mazzochhi started his restaurant career
while washing dishes at a small upscale restaurant in Lancaster at the age of 25, to earn
some extra money. After washing dishes for nine months, he was given a chance to
help prepare the food and decided this was his calling, and pursued his path toward
owning and operating his own restaurant some day. He stayed for another year at that
small restaurant in Lancaster, namely, Jethros, working many long hours and learning
everything he could from his mentors.
He then moved to New York city. He worked at Odeon, which was a Four Star
restaurant at that time. After spending a year there, he moved to The Rainbow Room,
another upscale restaurant in New York where he remained for another year. He
continued moving from one restaurant to another, gaining much experience and was
finally offered a partnership at East of Eden in Lancaster. He worked there as the chef
for six years. In 1988, he was asked to start a northern Italian restaurant, Portofino. He
established a very strong Italian based clientele and then decided it was time to be
completely on his own. He opened Gallo Rosso in 1990; an upscale northern Italian
restaurant. Gallo Rosso is a culmination of everything he has learned and acts as a
springboard of his own personal cooking style. He believes that cooking is the ultimate
art and he practices that in his kitchen. He tries to be authentic with the dishes he
prepares and has developed a strong passion for Italian wines which is reflected in Gallo
Rosso's approach to its wine program and selections.
Never having been in a kitchen before the age of 25, Ralph has an apparent desire and
love for what he does. Gallo Rosso is the fruit of his labors and is one of the most
sincere and authentic Italian restaurants in Lancaster County.
Ralph Mazzochhi has proven and developed a consistent formula for success, and his
reputation among his patrons and the food industry at large is a matter of record. The
revitalization of Downtown Lancaster, and the historic and cultural amenities of Excelsior
Place will provide the essential synergy to make this project an extremely popular
destination for Downtown Lancaster.
It is the intent of the principals of Excelsior Place to provide a positive contribution to the
many others that are investing their time and energy to the successful Revitalization of
Downtown Lancaster.

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March 20, 1983

LANCASTER SUNDAY NEWS

"New Chef is a Perfectionist - The Philosophy of East of Eden"


By Nancy Plank
?

November 30, 1984

BON APPETIT MAGAZINE

Recipe Published

By Editor

July 10, 1986

LANCASTER NEW ERA

"East of Eden Pub - Fine Food In A Casual Setting"


By Stephanie Alexiieff
?

March 1, 1987

"Dinning Out
?

YORK MAGAZINE
By Editor

November 11, 1987

THE SUN LEDGER

Restaurant Review - East of Eden Pub


By Michael Bose
?

April 10, 1989

LANCASTER NEW ERA

Authentic Italian Foods At City Restaurant


By Linda Stauffer
?

April 1, 1990

LANCASTER NEW ERA

"Vacant Caf Turned Into Italian Restaurant


By Tim Mekeel
?

April 4, 1990

THE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER

"Chef To Reopen City Restaurant"


By Darren M. Allen
?

April 6, 1990

LANCASTER NEW ERA

"Chef Buys Rose Bowl, Eyes Summer Opening after Renovations"


By Editor

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THE LANCASTER SUNDAY NEWS

"Food Section: Chef Ralph Mazzocchi debuts Restaurant"


MAZZOCCHI BRINGS HIS OWN SPECIAL TOUCHES TO THE MENU, TOUCHES
THAT STILL LINGER AT RESTAURANTS WHERE HE HAS WORKED IN THE PAST.
THE NORTHERN ITALIAN CUISINE OBVIOUSLY HAS SOME AMERICANISM
By Pat Johnson
?

April 22, 1992

THE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER

"Lifestyle Section: "Ethnic Desserts Please Adventurous Palate"


By Melanie Landis
?

May 1, 1992

CITYBEAT MAGAZINE

"Nibble On This"
ALL TOLD GALLO ROSSO IS A SERIOUS CONTENDER FOR THE CROWN OF
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIAS FINEST ITALIAN WITH HIGH QUALITY,
REASONABLE PRICES, MANIFOLD CHOICE, AND AFFLUENT ATMOSPHERE.
By Crow Bella
?

March 1, 1993

CITYBEAT MAHAZINE

"Adventures in Dinning: Jim Lupia visits Gallo Rosso"


WHILE LANCASTER IS INDEED FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO ENJOY GALLO
ROSSO AS ONE OF ITS BEST RESTUARANTS, IT IS CONVENIENTLY ACCESSIBLE
TO ALL OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
By Jim Lupia
?

October 1, 1993

CENTRAL PAs APRISE MAGAZINE

"The Phantom Diner: Gallo Rosso"


THE MENU IS ASTONISHING, AND YOU WONT FIND ANOTHER LIKE IT IN
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA.. BUT THE FOOD IS EXQUISITE, AND THE SERVICES
FAR MORE FRIENDLY AND WARM THAN IS USUALLY FOUND IN COLDLY
MODERN SETTINGS.

GALLO ROSSO IS ONE OF A NUMBER OF RESTUARANTS IN


LANCASTER MAKING THAT CITY MORE VISITING, IF ONLY TO DINE

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THERE. ITS ALREADY ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO EAT IN THE


REGION.
By Editor
?

January 26, 1994

THE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER

"Lifesytle Section: "Challenging the Imagination of Five Local Chefs"


By Editor
?

August 16, 1994

THE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER

"Partners in Prevention Award.Ralph Mazzochhi of Gallo Rosso"


By Editor
?

February 21, 1996

THE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER

"Lifestyles Section: "Behind the Kitchen Doors - Gallo Rosso"


By Daniel Sturma
?

January 1, 1997

CENTAL PAs APRISE MAGAZINE

"The Phantom Diner


IT WAS A PLEASURE TO DINE AND REPORT ABOUT SUCH VERY GOOD
RELATIVE NEWCOMERS TO THE REGION AS GALLO ROSSO IN LANCASTER .
By Phantom Dinner
?

1998

ART & ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE

1998

THE GOURMET FEST MAGAZINE

1999

THE RADNOR HUNT CLUB

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2.4 Mazzis Grille: An upscale yet casual lunch and evening restaurant is designed to
be the hub of the complex and of Lancaster City providing an oasis from the hectic pace
of business, travel and life for the professional, tourist and Lancastrian. Featuring the
finest offerings of American Cuisine in a friendly setting, Mazzis blends the historic
characteristics of this unique space with a state of the art exhibition kitchen and a
visually striking mahogany and cracked-glass bar. Occupying the first floor front area of
Excelsior Place, Mazzis is accessible from the restored Victorian front doors located on
King Street as well as from the pedestrian walkway through the project.
2.5 Villa Cava: With elegant and distinctively unique fine dining, Villa Cava features an
atmosphere reminiscent of an Old World Italian wine cellar nestled within the massive
stone catacombs beneath Excelsior Place. Crisp white table linens and crystal goblets
illuminated by fire are the perfect complement to Continental Cuisine served in
unparalleled comfort and luxury. To further enhance this first class dining experience,
the wine lists comprehensive offerings are prominently displayed from suspended wine
racks.
2.6 The Excelsior Courtyard: The visual center of Excelsior place is the open air patio
area found under the majestic face of Bacchus, God of Merriment. The Excelsior
Courtyard features al fresco dining in an irresistibly light and fun atmosphere sure to
captivate guests from happy hour into evening. Featuring an ornamental fountain and
served by a large outside bar and the Mazzis kitchen, the Courtyard will be Lancaster's
gathering place from late spring through early fall.
2.7 The Back Room: A multi-purpose open area found at the rear of Excelsior Place,
the Back Room affords the project the dual option of accommodating large private
parties and banquets with the capacity to bring an upscale alternative to the 20somethings dance club culture currently featured in Lancaster City. Quality acoustics,
dramatic lighting and a comfortable centralized dance floor round out the full functionality
of this entity. Accessible from both Mazzis and the Excelsior Courtyard, the Back Room
adds the last element of a complete destination complex.

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Demographics And Marketing: The demographics surrounding this project are


substantial when considering the possibilities for this project. The Downtown
Investment District contains approximately 11 square blocks centering from Penn
Square. There are approximately 400 employers contained in the District, which
employ some 11,000 employees within the Downtown area. Major employers
include: Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., Fulton Bank, Armstrong World Industries, Inc.,
Bell Atlantic, Mellon Bank, The Chamber of Commerce, First Union Bank, Bulova
Technologies, Hotel Brunswick, Fulton Opera House, The Lancaster General
Hospital, The Lancaster Courthouse, The City of Lancaster, etc.,.
Within walking distance (2-3 city blocks), there are approximately 3,000 employees
from which Excelsior Place will compete for market share.

3.1 Downtown Investment District Census and Statistics


(See Accompanying Attachment)

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No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Contact
Name
Mr. Qiam Li
Mr. Nguyen Quach
Mr. Larry E. Hamill
Mr. David S. Shiley
Mr. Michael L. Abel
Mr. Richard P. Abraham
Mr. John M. Corse
Mr. Kenneth S. Ray
Mr. Allan N. Goberman
Mr. Bruce P. Ryder
Mr. Luke Bunting
Ms. Ann Carr
Mr. John MacIvor
Mr. Ronald P. Bucher
Mr. Roberts Appel
Ms. Liz Andes
Mr. John W. Beyer
Ms. Karen Meacham
Mr. Mark Pinkerton
Mr. Bob Verigood
Mr. William A. Atlee
Mr. Michael E. Grenier
Mr. Mark Weaver
Mr. Barry Barr
Mr. David R. Keller
Mr. Fred O'Neill
Mr. William F. Bash
Mr. Robert Hoke
Ms. Eileen Nolan
Mr. Robert E. Bomberger
Mr. Ben Carlee
Mr. Chet Amend
Jerie Freiberg
Mr. Beulah P. Mall
Mr. James H. Thomas
Mr. Cliff Wenger
Mr. Patrick Ziegler
Kelly Constable
Ms. Josephine A. Miller
Mr. Luke Bunting

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Company Name
88 Chinese Express
A WOK Restaurant & A & W Video
AAA Lancaster County
Aaron Studios Hair/Nail Care
Abel Savage Marketing & Commun.
Abraham Bauer & Spalding Law Firm
Acts Covenant Fellowship
Adult Enrichment Center
Aexpert
AIDS Community Alliance
Allan Goberman Builder & Developer
Alspach & Ryder Law Firm
Angry, Young & Poor
Ann Carr Law Firm
Antique & Estate Jewelry
A-Plus Mini Market
Appel & Yost Law Firm
Archetype, Inc.
Arnold Beyer & Homsher Law Firm
Art Glassworks of Lancaster
Art Store
Artographs
Atlee & Hall Law Firm
Bank of Lancaster County
Bank of Lancaster County N.A.
Barlain Printing
Barley Snyder Senft & Cohen Law
Barstools & Billiards
Bash Jewelers
Belco Federal Credit Union
Bell Atlantic - PA
Benjamin Roberts Ltd.
Bertz & Company
Better Business Bureau, Capital Div
Betty Finney House Corp.
Beulah Mall Law Firm
Blakinger Byler & Thomas Law Firm
Blakinger Byler & Thomas Law Firm
Blue Lotus
Bo Ben Realty
Book Haven
Brent L. Miller Jewelers
Brick City Skateboards

Address 1
31 N. Queen St.
53 W. King St.
34 N. Prince St.
14 N. Queen St.
118 - 122 E. King St.
18 E. King St.
142 E. King St.
31 S. Duke St.
25 W. King St.
44 N. Queen St.
36 E. King St.
230 N. Duke St.
140 N. Prince St.
126 E. Chestnut St.
44 N. Queen St.
111 W. Orange St.
33 N. Duke St.
317 N. Market St.
110 E. King St.
319 N. Queen St.
11 E. King St.
25 W. King St.
8 N. Queen St.
25 N. Duke St.
101 N. Pointe Blvd.
110 W. Orange St.
126 E. King St.
221 N. Prince St.
33 N. Queen St.
354 N. Prince St.
126 N. Duke St.
240 N. Prince St.
38 E. King St.
29 E. King St.
PO Box 1526
140 E. King St.
28 Penn Square
28 Penn Square
352 N. Queen St.
240 N. Prince St.
146 N. Prince St.
2527 Hartwell Ct.
138 N. Prince St.

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Address 2

Unit F-G, M, N-O

Suite 322

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603
17603-3842
17603-1507
17603-2928
17602
17602
17602-2832
17602
17603-3836
17603
17602
17602-2743
17603
17602
17603
17603
17602-2842
17603
17602
17603
17602
17603
17603
17602
17601-4133
17603
17602-2893
17603
17603-3838
17603
17602
17603
17602
17602
17608-1526
17602
17603
17603
17603
17603-3528
17603
17601-2972
17603

No. of
Employees
2
30
10
4
13

7
18
1
6
4
3
1
15
50
65
8
2
3
2
25
12
50
3
125
15
10
350
15
20

50
50
1
3
12

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No.
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63
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65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86

Contact
Name
Mr. David Hine
Mr. Stephen L. Gurba
Mr. Emmanuel Dimitriou
Ms. Mary Bussard
Mr. Chris a. Souzas
Mr. Charles Byers
Mr. Charles T. Riley
Ms. Annette LaMarre
Mr. Michael Carr
Ms. Linda Arnold
Mr. Don Horn
Mr. Steve Witmer
Mr. Barry Newhart
Ms. Jennifer Cox
Ms. Nora Weder
Mr. Daniel C. Witmer
Mr. Rich Ruoff
Mr. Charles V. Snyder
Mr. Frank W. Thomas
Mr. Warren Anderson
Mr. Chris Efthymiades
Mr. Joseph Pawlowski
Ms. Carolyn a. Pizagno
Mr. Peter Nguyen
Mayor Charlie Smithgall
Mr. Raymond J. Antonelli
Dr. George R. Coder
Mr. Ben Wilkinson
Mr. Marshall Warner
Mr. Lee Kerr
Mr. Steve Richardson
Mr. Mark C. Barbaras
Ms. Nancy Gieniec
Mr. Chip Sernak
Ms. Lisa Lohin
Ms. Timothea M. Kirchner
Mr. Terry L. Kauffman
Mr. Paul Thibault
Mr. Ronald Ford
Mr. Glenn Keys
Ms. Julie A. Jacobs
Mr. Ed Bornazian
Mr. Jim Abbarno

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Company Name
Britain's Best
Bulova Technologies
Burger Towne
Bussard & Parsons Law Firm
Buy & Sell Store
Byers Basciano Physical Therapy
C. Pat Riley Realty
Calmart
Carr & Company
Cash-A-Check
Central Market
Central Market Art Company
Central Market Mall Associates
Central Market Mall Associates
Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Chameleon
Charles Snyder Law Firm
Chestnut House
Chestnut Street Books
Chris's Buy & Sell
Citadel Federal Credit Union
Citadel Federal Credit Union
City Line Jewelry
City of Lancaster
City of Lancaster
Coder Chiropractic
Coe Camera Shop
Coleman & Goggin
Commerce Resource Group
Commonwealth Land Title Insurance
Community Hospital - Family Health Ctr.
Concentrix Shop & Gallery
CoreSource Inc.
CoreSource, Inc.
County of Lancaster
County of Lancaster
County of Lancaster
County of Lancaster
Cross Keys Coffee & Tea
Crossroads Property Management
Crossroads Property Management
Curry Copy Center

Address 1
25 W. King St.
101 - 121 N. Queen St.
106 E. King St.
33 E. Orange St.
107 W. King St.
30 W. Orange St.
407 W. Chestnut St.
39 - 41 N. Queen St.
33 - 35 N. Market St.
145 E. King St.
120 N. Duke St.
15 W. King St.
2316 Dairy Rd.
2316 Dairy Rd.
100 S. Queen St.
PO BOX 1558
223 N. Water St.
140 E. King St.
25 W. King St.
11 W. Chestnut St.
201 - 203 W. King St.
20 W. Orange St.
3030 Zinn Rd.
54 N. Prince St.
120 N. Duke St.
120 N. Duke St.
156 Hamilton Rd.
220 N. Prince St.
36 E. King St.
PO Box 1676
44 N. Queen St.
38 - 42 W. Orange St.
324 N. Queen St.
26-28 W. King St.
26 - 28 W. King St.
50 N. Duke St.
50 N. Duke St.
50 N. Duke St.
50 N. Duke St.
32 - 34 N. Queen St.
42 W. King St.
42 W. King St.
155 E. King St.

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Address 2

PO Box 4787

Suite 1 South

PO Box 147

PO Box 3002
PO Box 83301
PO Box 83301
PO Box 83480
PO Box 83480
PO Box 83480
PO Box 83480

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Thorndale
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603
17604-4787
17602
17602
17603
17603-3841
17603-3477
17603
17603
17602
17602
17603
17601-2308
17601
17603
17608-1558
17603
17602
17603
17603
17603
17603
19372
17603
17602
17602
17603-4734
17603
17602
17608-1676
17602
17604-3002
17603
17608-3301
17608-3301
17608-3480
17608-3480
17608-3480
17608-3480
17603
17603
17603
17602

No. of
Employees
22
365
3
1
12
5
7
4
150

45
11
2
2
1
1
4

607

5
565
5
170

1998

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No.
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101
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108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

Contact
Name
Mr. Dave Milisock
Mr. Tom Podlesny
Ms. Cynthia L. Garman
Ms. Jerri Scott
Mr. Dale E. Anstine
Mr. Rodney Klinger
Mr. David Natan
Mr. David F. Wedge
Ms. Cori Baluskie
Mr. Steve Kirchner
Mr. Jerry Kornfield
Ms. Cheri Markowitz
Mr. John Waltz
Mr. Leonardo Rodriguez
Ms. Vicki Lapp
Hon. Richard W. Musser
Mr. Steve Murray
Mr. Scott Underwood
Ms. Susan Poppe
Mr. Ed P. Drogaris
Mr. Paul Hamilton
Mr. Thomas Dudek
Mr. Raymond Duncan
Mr. Robert L. Ecklin
Mr. David Nikoloff
Mr. Edgar R. Barnes
Mr. Alex T. Schneebacher
Mr. Edward F. Browne
Mr. John B. Elder
Mr. Ray Sweigart/J. Weiner
Ms. Emily S. Fuss
Mr. Gordy Groff
Mr. Edward P. Jaeger
Mr. Forrest M. Long
Mr. Howard S. Rosen
Mr. Jack A. Church
Mr. Mike Hart
Rev. Randolph T. Riggs
Rev. Dana Schlegel
Ms. Deborah Mastros
Mr. Joseph DelTito

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Company Name
Custom Printers
Cycle Circle
Cynthia Garman Law Firm
D & J Scott Galleries
D J B Realty Co.
Dale E. Anstine Law Firm
Dauphin Deposit Bank
David Natan Law Firm
David Wedge Law Firm
Daymaker Hair Studio
Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc.
Delta Color
Demuth Foundation
Demuth Tobacco Shop
DFB Studios
Lancaster Laundry
Dimensions II
District Justice Office
DMZ Army/Navy Clothing
Dombach & Son
Downtown Deli
Drogaris Companies/Devlelopers 1000
Drums Etc.
Dudek Realty Investments
Duncan & Duncan
Ecklin Group/Penn Square
Economic Development Company
Edgar Barnes Law Firm
Educators Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Gray/Miller/Patterson/Cody
Elder & Laffey Photography
Elks BPOE Lanc. Lodge 134
Brown/McCarter
Empire TV & Appliances/Bar Stools
Engle, Hambright & Davies
F. M. Long Barber
Family Support Associates
Farmers First Bank
Fawber Screen Printing
First Presbyterian Church/Jim Klinger
First Reformed Church
First Union Bank
First Union Bank

Address 1
356 N. Queen St.
310 N. Queen St.
8 N. Queen St.
323 N. Queen St.
39 N. Duke St.
131 E. Grant St.
4 W. King St.
53 N. Duke St.
18 E. King St.
45 N. Market St.
46 - 52 E. King St.
226 N. Prince St.
118 - 120 E. King St.
114 E. King St.
9 N. Duke St.
152 E. King St.
120 E. Chestnut St.
301 N. Queen St.
328 N. Queen St.
252 N. Prince St.
52 N. Queen St.
33 - 35 N. Market St.
329 Faulkner Rd.
48 - 50 W. Chestnut St.
222 N. Duke St.
PO Box 7365
100 S. Queen St.
100 E. King St.
202 N. Prince St.
52 N. Duke St.
9 W. Grant St.
219 N. Duke St.
2938 Columbia Avenue
215 N. Queen St.
115 E. King St.
5 1/2 N. Duke St.
3540 N. Progress Ave.
129 E. Orange St.
323 N. Queen St.
140 E. Orange St.
40 E. Orange St.
100 N. Queen St.
100 N. QueenSt.

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Address 2

PO Box 1806

PO Box 83080
Suite 5

PO Box 3959
PO Box 3959

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Harrisburg
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603
17603
17603
17603
17602-2842
17602-2855
17603
17603
17602
71603
17602
17603-3528
17602
17602
17603
17602-2832
17602
17602
17603
17603
17603
17608-1806
17601-1701
17603
17602
17604
17603-5368
17602
17603-3528
17602
17603
17602-2709
17603
17603-3551
17608-3080
17602
17110
17602
17603
17602-2844
17602-2847
17604-3959
17604-3959

No. of
Employees
4
4
2
1
5
6
2
3
40
3
4

2
12
7
70
2
6
4
2
209
16
2
3

2
2
13
9
313

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152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172

Contact
Name
Ms. Sarah Young Fisher
Mr. Bob Lopez
Ms. Allison Whittaker
Mr. John P. Stengel
Mr. Nick Flouras
Ms. Debbie Lake
Ms. Delphine Butcher
Ms. Michelle Bingham
Mr. Guie Lebo
Mr. Michael Rohrbach
Mr. Jeff Bankert
Mr. R. Scott Smith, Jr.
Mr. Rufus A. Fulton
Ms. Deidre Simmons
Ms. Gail Gray
Mr. Ralph Mazzocchi
Mr. Doug Steinhauer
Mr. Louis Sanchez
Mr. Jacques H. Geisenberger
Mr. John Gibbel
Ms. Kelly Aierstuck
Mr. Henry F. Gingrich
Mr. Brigg Lopez
Mr. Robert R. Going
Mr. Robert D. Beyer
Ann Kim Ly Huynh
Nga Nguyen
Mr. Charles Golin
Ms. Jackie Parker
Mr. Richard J. Gray
Mr. John Gray
Mr.Eric Smith
Mr. Michael S. Bryan
Mr. James D. Hagelgans
Mr. Bruce Klappa
Mr. Kenneth D. Hammel
Mr. Jay Kiralfy
Mr. Ronald Munro
Ms. Jill Skinner
Elaine Burns
Mr. Harry K. Monahas

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Downtonw Investments

(232 Responses From 452 Employers Surveyed in April of 1999)


Company Name
Fisher Investments
Fisher Janitorial Services
Fitness Specialist
Flanagan & Smith Law Firm
Red Rose Restaurant
Flowers by Paulette
Foxmoor
Framing Concept
Franklin Life Insurance
FRF Properties Etal
Fulton Bank
Fulton Bank
Fulton Financial Realty Co.
Fulton Opera House
Studio Past Modern Art/ Gail Gray Studio
Gallo Rosso
Gaming Point +
Gear World
Geisenberger & Cooper Law Firm
Gibbel Kraybill & Hess Law Firm
Gibbel Kraybill & Hess Law Firm
Gingrich Smith Klinegensmith Law
Global Linguistics
Going & Plank Law Firm
Goldberg & Knisely Law Office
Golden Eagle Restaurant
Golden Nail Studio
Golin Haefner & Bacher Law Firm
Goodie Shoppe - Central Market
Gray Miller Patterson Cody Law Firm
Gray's Memorabilia
Gunning Strickler and Associates
H & H Enterprises PT
H. S. A. Counseling, Inc.
Hagelgans & Veronis Law Firm
Hagerty & Hagerty Properties
Hamilton Club
Hammel Associates Architects
Harb Adult
Harb Adult Inc.
Harris Savings Bank
Harrisburg Belco
Harry's Tailoring

Address 1

Address 2

8 N. Queen St., Suite 70E


PO Box 1676
352 N. Queen St.
150 E. Chestnut St.
Duke & King Streets
258 N. Queen St.
16 E. King St.
334 N. Queen St.
18 E. King St.
Suite 2
330 N Duke St.
One Penn Square
1 Penn Square
1 Penn Square
PO Box 2731
12 N. Prince St.
34 1/2 N. Queen St.
337 - 339 N. Queen St.
350 N. Queen St.
52 N. Prince St.
45 E. Orange St.
41 E. Orange St.
41 E. Orange St.
45 E. Orange St.
53 N. Duke St.
140 E. King St.
40 W. Grant St.
170 E. King St.
101 W. King St.
135 E. King St.
302 W. Chestnut St.
53 N. Duke St.
23 E. Walnut St.
39 N. Duke St.
116 Fordney Hill Rd.
PO Box 5037
48 N. Queen St.
223 N. Duke St.
240 N. Duke St.
106 E. Orange st.
26 W. Orange St.
105 E. King St.
105 E. King St.
100 E. King St.
354 N. Prince St.
Chestnut Street

Page 4 of 11

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603
17608-1676
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17603
17602
17602-4983
17602
17602-2853
17608
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603
17602
17602-2846
17602
17602
17602
17602
17603
17602-4215
17603
17602-2803
17603
17602
17602
17602
17601-4316
17602
17602
17602-2733
17602
17603
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603-3110

No. of
Employees
1
1
1
11
9
9
3
1

217
23
18

6
30
6
2
3
5
6
2
6

9
11

8
1

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193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215

Contact
Name
Ms. Paula Severino
Ms. Moirajeanne FitzGerald
Ms. Gaye Cox
Mr. Peter Seibert
Mr. Richard Low
Mr. Carl G. Herr
Mr. Randolph J. Harris
Ms. Pat Stepanchak
Ms. Pam Urban
Mr. Richard Hamilton
Mr. Chris Madonis
Mr. Ed RR. Ruoff
Mr. Robert Howell
Mr. Robert Ibold
Mr. Jim Frederick
Mr. Kirk Liddell
Ms. Vickie See
Mr. Bill Madonna
Mr. Wayne B. Zercher
Mr. Robert Taylor
Mr. James Clymer
Mr. David S. Wild
Mr. James M. Hook
Mr. James J. Kirchner
Mr. James D. Wolman
Mr. Kevin L. Bradley
Mr. Milton Jacobsen
Mr. Charlie Prinz
Ms. Jeanne M. Millhouse
Mr. Jeffrey J. Reich
Dr. David E. Jemison
Mr. Jerome Hershey
Mr. Jean/Maurice Jug
Ms. Donna M. Joelson
Mr. John Herr
Mr. Joseph J. Lombardo
Ms. Stephanie B. Sheidy
Ms. Kamie Graver
Ms. Kathy Dieffenbach
Mr. Kearney A. Snyder
Mr. Mark DeBord

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Downtonw Investments

(232 Responses From 452 Employers Surveyed in April of 1999)


Company Name
Headlines III
Here To Timbuktu
Heritage Center Museum Store
Heritage Center of Lancaster
Herr & Low Law Firm
Herr Greer & Hoberg Law Firm
Historic Preservation Trust
Historic Walking Tour
Hotel Brunswick
Hotel Brunswick
House of Pizza
Housing Development Corp.
Howells Lancaster Auto Glass & Pain
HSA Counseling Inc
Ibold Associates
Integated Benefit Solutions
Irex Corporation
Isaac's Restaurant
Italian American Citizen's Club
J. C. Snavely & Sons, Inc.
J.T.'s Cards & Gifts
James Clymer Law Firm
James F. Wild Auto Parts
James Hook & Company, CPA
James Kirchner Law Firm
James Wolman Law Firm
Janney Montgomery Scott, Inc.
Jason's
Java N Sweets
Jay Wolf Enterprises
Jeanne Millhouse Law Firm
Jeffrey Reich Law Firm
Jemison Chiropractic
Jerome Hershey Studio
J-M's Bistro and Pub
Joelson's Pageant Dresses
John Herr Photography
Joseph Lombardo Law Firm
Just Simply Heaven
Kamie's Hair & Nail Salon
Kathy's Seafood House
Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home
Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home

Address 1
52 N. Queen St.
46 N. Prince St.
13 W. King St.
13 W. King St.
234 N. Duke St.
45 E. Orange St.
123 N. Prince St.
100 S. Queen St.
PO Box 749
PO Box 749
23 W. Chestnut St.
308 E. King St.
114 S. Queen St.
48 N. Queen St.
112 N. Prince St.
204 N. Prince St.
120 N. Lime St.
44 N. Queen St.
335 N. Queen St.
Charlotte St
32 N. Queen St.
23 N. LIme St.
345 N. Queen St.
224 N. Duke St.
53 N. Duke St.
53 N. Duke St.
61 N. Duke St.
1013 Janet Ave.
114 W. Orange St.
117 W. Main St.
53 N. Duke St.
111 N. Lime St.
148 N. Prince St.
34 1/2 N. Queen St.
300 W. James St.
25 S. Second St.
220 1/2 N. Prince St.
18 E. King St.
49 N. Queen St.
32 E. Walnut St.
1831 Oregon Pike
141 E. Orange St.
141 E. Orange St.

Page 5 of 11

Address 2

PO Box 83656
PO Box 1268

PO Box 59

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Landisville
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
New Holland
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Columbia
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
P
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603
17603
17603
17608-3813
17602-2743
17602
17603
17603
17608-0749
17608-0749
17603-3510
17602
17603
17603
17603
17608-3656
17608-1268
17603
17603-3011
17538
17603
17603
17603
17603
17602
17602
17602
17601-5119
17603
17557-1203
17602
17602
17603-3526
17603
17603
17512-1425
17603
17602-2824
17603
17602
17601
17602-2851
17602

No. of
Employees

3
1
6
9
6
5
100

17
1
100
11
7
25
7

2
16

2
2
1
40
1
3
1
6

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216
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223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
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232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258

Contact
Name
Mr. Clarence C. Kegel
Ms. Michelle L. Caine
Mr. Kenneth Brown
Mr. Kenneth Reidenbach
Mr. Mike Keppel
Mr. Kevin C. Allen
Mr. Young Kim
Mr. Rod Gainer
Mr. Stephen Patterson
Ms. Evelyn Sullivan
Mr. Percy C. Clarke
Mr. Steve Carr
Mr. David S. Etter
Mr. Richard Shaub
Executive Director
Mr. Bradley DeForge
Mr. John Devlin
Ms. Joyce Heberlein
Ms. Cheryl Danz
Ms. Zoraida Rodriguez
Ms. Sharyn Schoenberger
Mr. Mario Pugliese
Ms. Cindi Morrison
Ms. Carol Foley
Mr. Brian Long
Mr. Harold E. Miller
Ms. Annette Strothers
Mr. Benjamin H. Miller
President
Mr. George Kratzert
Mr. Robert L. Wertz
Ms. Kristie Davis
Mr. Sam Musser
Mr. Mike Apostolopoulos
Mr. Lawrence F. Hinnenkamp
Mr. Clair C. McCormick
Mr. Emmett R. Lehman
Mr. Mark Shermeyer
Mr. Richard L. Levengood
Ms. Marcy Reed
Mr. Louis Weisman
Lyn R. Bailey

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Downtonw Investments

(232 Responses From 452 Employers Surveyed in April of 1999)


Company Name
Kegel Chesters Lapp & Miller Law
Kelly Temp Services
Kenneth Brown Law Firm
Kenneth Reidenbach Law Firm
Keppel's Inc.
Kevin C. Allen, Attorney at Law
Kim's One Hour Custom Cleaners
Lanc. Citrus Co. - Central Market
Lanc. County Assn. for the Blind
Lancaster Bar Association
Lancaster County Foundation
Lancaster County Library
Lancaster County News Co.
Lancaster County Upholstery
Lancaster DID Authority
Lancaster Dispensing Company
Lancaster Futon
Lancaster Graphics
Lancaster House North
Lancaster House South JAYCEE-HD
Lancaster Job Center
Lancaster Legal Bagel Company
Lancaster Museum of Art
Lancaster Museum of Art
Lancaster Newspapers
Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.
Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.
Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.
Lancaster Opera Company
Lancaster Storage Company, Inc.
Lancaster Surgical Supply
Lancaster Symphony Orchestra
Lancaster Title Abstracting Co.
Lancaster Trophy House
Lawrence Hinnenkamp Law Office
Lebzelter's
Lehman & Lehman Law Firm
Levengood Kautter Architects
Levengood Kautter Architects
Literacy Council of Lancaster
Louis Weisman Law Firm
Luxury Rentals
Lyn Bailey Law Firm

Address 1
24 N. Lime St.
36 E. King St.
131 E. Grant St.
36 E. King St.
323 - 325 N. Queen St.
143 N. Duke St.
59 N. Prince St.
10 N. Market St.
244 N. Queen St.
28 E. Orange St.
29 E. King St.
125 N. Duke St.
980 Briarsdale Rd.
24 - 28 N. Prince St.
44 N. Queen St.
33 - 35 N. Market St.
19 N. Prince St.
34 N. Water St.
335 N. Prince St.
315 N. Prince St.
60 W. Walnut St.
22 E. Orange St.
135 N. Lime St.
135 N. Lime St.
8 W. King St.
8 W. King St.
8 W. King St.
PO Box 1328
PO Box 8382
214 N. Duke St.
401 W. Orange St.
PO Box 1281
123 E. King St.
116 W. Orange St.
227 N. Duke St.
Queen St
230 N. Duke St.
P. O. Box 957
354 N. Prince St.
38 W. King St.
53 N. Duke St.
223 N. Duke St.
156 E. King St.

Page 6 of 11

Address 2

2nd Floor

Unit 202

PO Box 1889

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Harrisburg
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17602
17602
17602
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603-3847
17603-3512
17602-2807
17602
17602
17109
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603
17608-1889
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603-8382
17603-3012
17608-0036
17608
17602-2803
17603
17602
17603-2401
17602
17608-0957
17603-3008
17603
17602
17602-2709
17602

No. of
Employees
19

5
2

65
4
2
55
8
1
123
6
4

6
5
550

1
3
1
2
1
8
8

Excelsior Place Business Plan

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No.
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301

Contact
Name
Ms. Margaret M. Duncan
Mr. Mike Geesey
Ms. Joan Verigood
Mr. Tom Rothfus
Ms. Cindy Cover
Ms. Marti Cole
Mr. David Mitchell
Mr. Louis S. May
Dr. Mohamad Mazaheri
Mr. David R. Poorbaugh
Mr. William E. Haggerty
Mr. Robert Meck
Mr. John Meeder
Mr. Dave Skerpan
Mr. Jeff Dunaway
Mr. James Shand, Jr.
Ms. Donna Ellengerg
Mr. Gregory Rutter
Mr. Michael J. Minney
Mr. Frank Taylor
Mr. Mike Oster
Ms. Nancy Rogowski
Mr. David Steudler
Ms. Janika Werner
Mr. Joseph P. Nolt
Ms. Beth McGarry
Ms. Renato Carboni
Ms. Nancy Nevin
Mr. Kyong Sik Kim
Gurubachan Singh
Mr. John P. Hohenadel
Ms. Ruth Nierenberg
Ms. Nina B. Shapiro
Mr. Richard Sipe
Ms. Monica R. Bishop
Mr. Rick Atwater
Mr. Michael P. O'Day
Ms. Jennifer Painter
Hua Abreu
Mr. Michael Jamanis
Rep. Michael P. Sturla
Ms. Mary Colleen Heil

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Employees
Downtonw Investments

(232 Responses From 452 Employers Surveyed in April of 1999)


Company Name
Margarets Silver Needle Sewing Room
Marion Court Room
Market Alley Zoo
Market Fare Restaurant
Markley Actuarial Services
Marti
Marv & Sams - Central Market
May, Metzger & Slaymaker, LLP
Mazaheri Dental Practice
McGeary Grain Company
McIntryre Law Firm
Meck Meats - Central Market
Meeder Development Co.
Mellon Bank
Mellon Bank
Mercury Enterprises
Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch
Michael Minney Law Firm
Miesse Candies
Mike's Market Catch Fresh Seafood
Molly's Pub
Moongate Antiques
Muffin Street
Murray Insurance Associates, Inc.
Murray Insurance Associates, Inc.
My Place Pizza
Natco Realty
Nevin Gallery, II
New Fashions
New York Fashions
Nikolaus Hohenadel Umbenhauer
Nimble Thimble
Nina Shapiro Law Firm
North Market Street Graphics
Northwest Savings BAnk
Oblenders
O'Day Law Firm
Office Works
Onions Cafe
PA Academy of Music
PA House of Representatives
PA School of Art & Design

Address 1
112 W. Orange St.
7 Marion Crt.
25 W. King St.
50 W. Grant St.
8 N. Queen St.
16 W. King St.
217 N. Concord Rd.
49 N. Duke St.
26 N. Lime St.
33 E. Orange St.
240 N. Duke St.
2076 Edisonville Rd.
44 N. Lime St.
28 Penn Square
28 Penn Square
8 N. Queen St.
110 N. Duke St.
110 N. Duke St.
145 E. Chestnut St.
735 Lafayette St.
678 Poplar St.
253 E. Chestnut St.
27 N. Prince St.
52 N. Queen St.
39 N. Duke St.
P. O. Box 1728
12 N. Queen St.
52 N. Queen St.
242 E. Grant St.
51 N. Queen St.
36 W. King St.
212 N. Queen St.
45 N. Market St.
53 N. Duke St.
317 N. Market St.
24 W. Orange St.
37 - 43 S. Queen St.
158 E. Chestnut St.
29 E. King St.
340 N. Queen St.
42 N. Prince St.
8 N. Queen St.
204 N. Prince St.

Page 7 of 11

Address 2

12th Floor

Suite 6A

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Strasburg
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17603-3845
17602
17603
17603-3836
17603
17603
17603
17602-2949
17602-2949
17603
17602
17579
17602-2949
17603
17603
17603-3816
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17602
17603
17603
17602
17608-1728
17603
17603-3828
17602
17602
17603
17602
17603
17602
17603
17603
17603
17602
17602
17603
17603-3840
17603
17603

No. of
Employees

24

50

55

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No.
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344

Contact
Name
Ms. Mary Rankin
Mr. Phil Wenger
Mr. Scott L. Paden
Mrs. Ruth Ecklin
Mr. Bernard E. Shiffler
Mr. John Kowalchik
Ms. Patti S. Spencer
Ms. Paula B. Katchner
Mr. Chris Larkin
Ms. Susan J. McMillan-Gamber
Mr. Kirk Barrett
Mr. Larry Phelan
Ms. Phyllis Reed
Mr. Jon W. Robbins
Mr. Vic Hagerstrom
Ms. Nellie Wallace
Mr. Mike Phyillaier
Ms. Michelle Graser
Mr. John Sparks
Mr. Ben Wiley
Ms. Marion Smith

Ms. Dawn S. Schwarz


Ms. Judith E. Dimm
Mr. John F. Pyfer
Mr. Jim Radel
Mr. Michael H. Ranck
Mr. John F. Ray
Mr. Michael R. Patton
Mr. Alan D. Friedland
Mr. David P. Huber
Mr. William D. Wiest
Mr. Bob Mohr
Mr. Greg Turner
Mr. Peter A. Honaman
Mr. Richard F. Mula
Mr. Richard A. Katz
Mr. Richard J. Palazzo
Mr. Rick Bomberger
Mr. Bob Curtier
Dr. Bob McClenathan

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Company Name
PA School of Art & Design
PAD Partnership
Paden De La Fuente
Pappagallo
Parkhill Jewelry
Parking Authority
Patti S. Spencer Law Firm
Paula B. Katchner Law Firm
Pawn Plus
Penn Laurel Girl Scout Council
Peripherals Plus Technologies
Phelans Furniture
Phyllis's Antiques & Collectibles
Pinetree Management Co.
Pittsburgh Coatings
Place Marie
PNC Bank
Pop Deluxe
Post & Schell Law Firm
Presto Print Copy Center
Price-Less Treasures
Prince St. Towers Lmtd. Prt.
Prince Street Properties
Professional Settlement Services/Land Transfer
Promethean Realty Assoc.
Puff N Stuff
Pyfer & Reese Law Firm
Radel & Stauffer
Ranck & Ranck Law Firm
Ray Group
Ray Group, Inc.
Ream Jewelers
Red Rose Management
Red Rose Pharmacy
Reliance Reprographics
Renter's Choice
Rhoads & Sinon Law Firm
Richard F. Mula, Jr., AIA
Richard Katz Law Firm
Richard Palazzo Law Firm
Rick's Place & Deli
Rite Aid Pharmacy
Robert McClenathan Optometrist

Address 1

Address 2

204 N. Prince St.


354 N. Prince St.
Unit 220
1312 Clayton Rd.
26 W. Orange St.
228 N. Prince St.
PO Box 866
18 E. King St.
145 N. Duke St.
46 W. King St.
131 E. Orange St.
317 N. Queen St.
112 N. Water St.
318 N. Queen St.
123 Lowry Rd.
252 N. Prince St.
52 N. Queen St.
24 W. King St.
6 N. Prince St.
237 N. Prince St. #239
218 N. Duke St.
30 N. Queen St.
C/O PA Housing Finance - PO
Fin.Box
Div.8029
241 N. Prince St.
53 N. Duke St.
24 N .Lime St.
307 N. Queen St.
128 N. Lime St.
PO Box 1597
118 N. Water St.
101 E. Chestnut St.
PO BOX 1524
127 E. Orange St.
127 E. Orange St.
58 - 60 N. Queen St.
22 Rear S. Prince St.
333 N. Water St.
189 N. Queen St.
35 - 37 N. Queen St.
15 N. Lime St.
233 N. Duke St.
110 E. King St.
36 E. King St.
50 W. King St.
59 N. Queen St. #729
155 E. Chestnut St.

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City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
New Holland
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Harrisburg
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17602
17603
17603-2402
17603
17603
17608-0866
17602
17602
17603
17602
17603
17603
17603
17557
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603-3527
17602
17603
17105-8029
17603-3527
17602
17602-2913
17603
17608-1597
17603
17608
17602-5307
17602
17603
17603
17603
17602
17603
17602
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17602

No. of
Employees

4
2
10
22

4
3
1
30
1
2

23

28
4
20
8
3
3

6
2
6
10
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347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

Contact
Name
Mr. Robert F. Musser
Mr. Ronald V. Kalwara
Mr. Michael J. Rostolsky
Mr. James J. Lutz
Ms. Jennifer Erb
Ms. Pamela K. Mull
Ms. Jenny Knox
Mr. Doug P. Russell
Mr. Jim Nolt
Mr. Omar Saifis
Ms. Cheryl Kopp
Ms. Angela Brazzle
Ms. Kim Klein
Mr. Scott Oberholtzer
Mr. Jack F. Segro
Mr. Kim Tyson
Ms. Sharon G. Flaherty
Ms. Sue Martin
Ms. Patricia Shenk
Mr. Bobby Shaub
Mr. Ken Alexander
Mr. James J. Sheely
Mr. Daniel H Shertzer
Ms. Debra Landis
Ms. Barbara R. Dillon
Mr. K. L. Shirk
Ms. Katie Butcher
Ms. Rose Bakitas
Mr. Clyde Slaymaker
Mr. Peter D. Scudner
Mr. Donald Soloff
Mr. Richard A. Webb
Ms. Barbara Eckardt
Mr. Steven Hagler
Mr. Alvin B. Lewis
Rev. Peter Eaton
Ms. Ethel Stoner
Mr. Mark H. Glessner
Mr. Will Powell
Mr. Jim Shuba
Mr. Steven L. Breit

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Company Name
Robert Musser Law Firm
Ronald Kalwara Goldsmith
Rostolsky & Campbell Law Firm
RRTA
RRTA
RRTA - Information Center
Rural Employment Opportunities
Russell Locksmith
S Clyde Weaver - Central Market
Saifis Mid. East. - Central Market
Sanford's
Satin Rings Hair Design
Sawtooth Gift Shop
Scott Oberholtzer Law Firm
Segro's Lancaster Hair Port
Sera Care
Sharon Greelish Flaherty Law Firm
Sharp Jewelers
Shaubs Shoe Shop, Inc.
Shaubs Shoe Shop, Inc.
Shearson Lehman Brothers, Inc.
Sheely Wholesale Jewelry
Shertzer Law Firm
Shirk Reist & Wagenseller Law Firm
Shirk Reist & Wagenseller Law Firm
Shirk Reist & Wagneseller Law Firm
Simply Katie
Sim's Uniforms
Slaymaker Chicken - Central Market
Smith Barney Inc.
Soloff & Zervano Law Firm
Sonotone of Lancaster
Sovereign Bank
Sovereign Bank 11-900-AS4
Spectra
Sprague & Lewis Law Firm
St. James Episcopal Church
Standholders Association
Stan's Record Bar
State Farm Insurance
State Liquor Store
Stereotyped
Steven Breit Law Firm

Address 1

Address 2

121 E. King St.


114 N. Prince St.
45 E. Orange St.
45 Erick Rd.
45 Erick Rd.
47 N. Queen St.
38 W. Orange St.
342 N. Queen St.
5253 Main Street
88 Diller Ave.
7 Marion Court
54 W. King St.
11 W. King St.
227 N. Duke St.
356 N. Queen St.
24 E. King St.
8 N. Queen St.
21 W. King St.
18 N. Queen St.
18 N. Queen St.
29 E. King St.
243 - 245 N Queen St.
43 N. Lime St.
132 E. Chestnut St.
132 E. Chestnut St.
132 E. Chestnut St.
52 N. Queen St.
20 N. Queen St.
912 Olde Rd.
150 N. Queen St.
8 N. Queen St.
124 E. Chestnut St.
23 E. King St.
PO Box 12646
150 N. Queen St., 7th Fl.
116 E. King St.
119 N. Duke St.
c/o Public Works Dept.
PO Box 1599
48 N. Prince St.
322 N. Queen St.
252 N. Queen St.
241 N. Queen St.
29 E. King St.

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City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
E. Petersburg
New Holland
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Strasburg
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Reading
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17602
17603-3549
17602
17601
17601
17603
17603
17603
17520
17557
17602
17603
17603
17602
17603
17602
17603
17603
17603-3816
17603
17602
17603
17602-2950
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17579
17602
17603
17602
17603
19612-2646
17603
17602
17602-2815
17608-1599
17603-3840
17603
17603
17603
17602

No. of
Employees
2
3

2
5

5
2
6
7
2
5
6

5
2
30
1
4
28
12
55
53
9
543
3
7
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No.
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389
390
391
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401
402
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404
405
406
407
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409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430

Contact
Name
Mr. Jon W. Tryon
Ms. Gail L. Stone
Mr. Wayne Lucas
Mr. Chip Kerek
Mr. Brian Stone
Ms. Diane Ruiz
Mr. Ken Strauss
Ms. Toni Herfel
Mr. Andre Sabbagh
Mr. Allan Echternacht
Mr. Ed Young
Mr. Kenneth A. Beck
Mr. Steve Johnson
Mr. Dan C. Nwabueze
Mr. Chet Zercher
Ms. Jill Hamsher
Mr. Barry E. Killian
Mr. Darryl Nunn
Mr. Thomas Dell
Mr. Thomas J. Floyd
Ms. Maureen R. Logan
Mr. Tom Englert
Mr. Timothy A. Lanza
Mr. Larry Helicher
Mr. Daniel W. Bitts
Mr. Tom Young
Mr. Cesar A. Luciano
Mr. Steve Lowery
Mr. Robert Fuller
Rev. David L. Johnson
Mrs. Lisa Thomas
Ms. Jennifer Miranda
Mr. John Patounas
Mr. Grant Laughman
Mr. Robert Garlic
Mr. Harry Weisman
Mr. Valentino A. Palumbo
Mr. Maurice Cook
Ms. Gloria Stolsen
Ms. Ann Burden
Ms. Emily Fedullo
Mr. Lin Wagner

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Company Name
Stevens & Lee Law Firm
Stone's Accounting
Strawberry & Co.
Strawberry Hill Restaurant & Bistro
Studio Stone
Subway Sandwiches & Salads
Summit Bank
T & J Hot Dog Cart
Tandem Staffing
Tattoos By Skip
Teachers Protective Mut. Life Ins.
Teck's News
Tecnocrat
Tele-Talk International, Ltd.
The Den
The Pressroom Restaurant
The Store
The Underground Railroad
Thomas Dell Law Firm
Thomas Floyd Law Firm
Thyme & Seasons
Tie One On
Timothy Lanza Law Firm
TMB
Tobacco Road
Tom Young Photography
Tony's Fashions
Transcending Flesh
Treasures Abound
Trinity Lutheran Church
Trinity Square Associates
Triumph Triune
Uncle Albert's Attic
Union Bus Depot of Lancaster
United Artists Eric Pacific Theater
United Imports & Jewelry
Upstate Collection Service
V. A. Palumbo Realty & Ins.
Van Ryck
Violet's
Visiting Nurse Association
Visiting Nurse Association
Wagner Photography

Address 1
1 Penn Square
227 N. Duke St.
7 W. King St.
128 W. Strawberry St.
317 N. Queen St.
106 W. Orange St.
2 N. Queen St.
1869 Iron Bridge Rd.
PO Box 1017
309 N. Queen St.
116 N. Prince St.
2513 Nolt Rd.
351 N. Market St.
145B E. King St.
53 N. Prince St.
26-28 E. King St.
15 W. Chestnut St.
52 N. Queen St.
8 N. Queen St.
8 N. Queen St.
111 E. King St.
44 N. Queen St.
156 E. King St.
36 - 38 N. Queen St.
154 N. Prince St.
228 N. Duke St.
227 Marion Terrace
118 W. Chestnut St.
314 N. Queen St.
31 S. Duke St.
22 S. Duke St.
45 N. Market St.
141 N. Duke St.
205 N. Christian St.
237 N. Queen St.
36 E. King St.
20 S. Duke St.
241 N. Duke St.
25 W. King St.
25 W. King St.
354 N. Prince St.
354 N. Prince St.
246 N. Christian St.

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Address 2

PO Box 1566

PO Box 3232

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Columbia
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Ephrata
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17602
17602
17603
17603
17603
17603
17603
17512
17608
17603
17603-3526
17603
17603
17602
17603
17608-1566
17603
17603
17603
17603
17602
176703
17602
17603
17603
17602
17522-2178
17603

No. of
Employees

10
4
1
21

3
4
26
14
3
2
6

1
2
1
11

17602
17602-3508
17603
17602
17602-2717
17602
17602
17602
17602
17603
17603
17604-3232
17603
17602-2718

24
1

1
1
232

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No.
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452

Contact
Name
Ms. Donna L. Shaeffer
Mr. Rick P. Heilig
Mr. William Wood
Mr. Eric J. Gearhart
Ms. Nancy S. Willcox
Mr. William W. Boyd
Mr. William E. Chillas
Mr. William R. Howard
Mr. William J. Pelhan
Mr. Chester L. Gontner
Ms. Karen Saxton
Mr. Mike Shannon
Ms. Janet K. Myers
Mr. Jerry Lenhoff
Mr. George C. Xakellis
Ms. Maureen Powers
Ms. Wendy Puschl
Mr. Steve Puffer
Mr. Stephen A. Murray
Mr. Ed Ziegenfuss
Mr. S R Zimmerman
Mr. George Katsaros

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Company Name
Wavelengths
Wheatland Advisors
Wheatland Furniture Store
Wide World Net
Willcox Gallery
William Boyd Law Firm
William Chillas Law Firm
William Howard Law Firm
William Pelhan Law Firm
Wizard Lock & Safe Co.
Wizard Lock & Safe Company
WLAN
Woof 'n Tails
X & B Properties
Xakellis Reese & Pugh Law Firm
YWCA
YWCA Child Enrichment Center
Zanzibar
Zap & Company
Ziggy's Magic Shop
Zimmerman Pfannebecker Nuffort Law
Zimmerman's Family Restaurant

Address 1

119 - 121 E. Chestnut St.


229 N. Duke St.
134 S. Prince St.
14 E. King St.
125 E. Chestnut St.
243 N. Duke St.
2nd Fl., Rear
36 E. King St.
104 W. Chestnut St.
36 E. King St.
945 Grandview Blvd.
218 N. Prince St.
252 N. Queen St.
17 W. Chestnut St.
P. O. Box 1046
129 E. Orange St.
100 N. Lime St.
37 N. Duke St.
45 N. Market St.
315 N. Queen St.
348 N. Queen St.
22 S. Duke St.
66 N. Queen St.

Total No. of Employees


Total No. of Employer Responses

8/18/2006

Address 2

City
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster

St
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

Zip
17602
17602
17603
17602
17602-2703
17602
17602
17603
17602
17601-5105
17603
17603
17603
17608
17602
17602-2923
17602
17603
17603
17603
17602
17603

No. of
Employees
11
2
1
6
4

8,898
232

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3.2 Preliminary Marketing Plan


Marketing Plan Summary: The following is the draft of a marketing plan developed
by Middle Creek Design, which will be finalizing the Marketing Plan after financing for
the project is secured. Middle Creek Design has been selected after interviewing
several small and medium size marketing and design firms.

Potential Names for Restaurants Final names for the proposed establishments
will be selected after careful review and considerations.

? We will be researching the history of Excelsior Place and suggesting names


with historical significance We have been informed that such information is
avai~ab1e. We will require the name or names of individuals who may have
access to such information. If the information is not readily available, we will
search county and city archives as well as use library and online resources

? Once a name is established for each entity, we will submit logo designs and
identity campaigns for each restaurant Since time is of the essence, our initial
efforts will go towards developing the name and identity campaign materials
as soon as possible. We anticipate having a list of names available within a
week's time. Logo designs will be submitted within a week of having names to
work with.

? All restaurants will be part of the overall blanket name of Excelsior Place.
?

Some initial name suggestions:


For the bar or saloon:
Odds Bodkins
Bodkins
Buchanan's Pub
Maestro's
Marie Feree's
The Saloon at Excelsior Place
Long's
Bacchanalia
Endo's Saloon
Upstairs at Excelsior Place
Escher's Pub

? For the restaurant:


Vertu or Virtu

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Potential Names for Restaurants (Continued)


Qualitas
Da Vinci's
The Winecellar
Bacchus Court
Mozzi's
The Arch

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Objective:
Develop an effective marketing and advertising plan that generates public interest in a
new restaurant venture in Lancaster, PA.

Overall Marketing Plan


?
?
?
?
?

?
?
?
?

?
?

?
?

Survey regional restaurant customers.


Evaluate competitors' strengths and weaknesses.
Establish target market demographics.
Develop names and identities for restaurants.
Once names are established, issue press releases to all media outlets with
invitations to meet with principal owners of the restaurants at the site. Seek feature
article opportunities.
Generate press releases on regular basis as project progresses.
Develop newspaper, magazine and radio advertisements, with the major focus on
radio. Also do web site with links to visitors center.
Develop marketing materials, possible frequent dining card with newsletter and
special discounts for members.
Develop strategic partnerships with local theaters, charities, and associations. Place
ads in program guides and tourist booklets. Do targeted direct mail pieces to these
organizations.

Issue press release concerning following:


When restaurants are dose to opening, have invitation only Open House party for
media, public figures, and business owners. Proceeds should go to a charity located
in Lancaster.
Have grand opening party for general public with special discounts on meals,
possible well-known band at saloon.
Develop seasonal ads and promotional materials after opening.

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RESTAURANT SURVEY
?

How often do you go out to lunch at a restaurant?


? Once a month
? Once a week

? Two or more

How often do you go out to dinner at a restaurant?


? Once a month
? Once a week
? Two or more

How do you choose a restaurant?


? Phone book
? Referral from an acquaintance ? Advertisement
? Other___________

What type of restaurant do you go to the most?


? Fast food
? Chain
? Fine dining

? Neighborhood

What type of cuisine do you prefer?


? Oriental
? American
? French
? Other______________

? Italian

What do you feel is the most important feature ~n a restaurant?


? Food quality
? Service
? Atmosphere
? Good Menu

What is your age group?


? Under 20

? 20-30

? 30-40

? 50+

What other forms of entertainment do you enjoy? Check all that apply.
? Theater
? Movies
? Nightclubs ? Concerts
? Amusement parks

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PR Campaign
When names are chosen and the logos developed, we will issue press releases to all
local media, including Harrisburg, Baltimore and Philadelphia media outlets. The
press releases will discuss the renovation, building history, plans, and principal
players.

As the renovations continue, we will issue releases on a regular basis to keep the
project in the news. We should also develop construction signage with "the future
home of which will act as a small billboard for the restaurant facility.

When the opening date is established, we will issue releases about the upcoming
opening celebrations.

Middle Creek Design Group will also be developing media contacts, scheduling
interviews for principals, arranging for publicity photos of the facility and principals.

Media List
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?

Lancaster Newspapers
Harrisburg, Hershey and Lebanon newspapers
Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News
All small regional newspapers
Central Penn Business Journal
WGAL, WPMT, WLYH, WHTM, WITF
Lancaster County Magazine
Central PA Magazine
Barfly Monthly
Penn Dutch Traveler
Today's Lancaster Woman
The Visitor's Center
The Merchandiser

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Advertising Campaign

Print Ads. We recommend buying space from Lancaster Newspapers,


Lancaster County Magazine, the Coupon Clipper, Central PA Magazine and
the Bar Fly Monthly. A weekly presence in the entertainment section of the
Lancaster newspapers is advisable. Ads should also be placed in programs
for all local theaters.
Radio Ads. Possible stations include WARM, WLAN, the River, 1O~.7 and
WIOV. Thirty-second spots should run at evening drive times with the bulk of
the time purchased on Wednesday through Friday.
Billboards. The small billboards that appear on buses would be preferable to
a large static board. They are viewed by more of the public and are less
expensive.
Television. Because of the expense involved and the limited exposure, we
don't feel that television is a viable option to make an impact in the market.
We will be pursuing the local stations for interviews and appearances on the
local talk shows as part of our PR campaign.

The Web. A website is advisable with different pages for each section of Excelsior place.
We could post an on-line newsletter and link our site to other entertainment venues in
the
area.

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3.3 Take-out Food Opportunities, Business Services, & Catering: A strategic plan
to develop and grow the take-out trade will be aggressively studied and evaluated as a
value added service for the Downtown market. Future expansion of a complimentary
delivery service will be considered. The following news article demonstrates the merits
of the business opportunities for this market. 5(See Accompanying Attachment)
Excelsior Place will be capable of providing a variety of services to businesses and the
professional marketplace. State-of-the-art technology will allow Excelsior Place to
provide video conferencing and other presentation technologies for small meetings and
conferences.
Ralph Mazzochhi will continue to expand his catering and banquet services.

Lancaster Sunday News ? Business Section ? Eateries cater to a bunch with no time for lunch

? April 4, 1999 by Stephen Kophinger

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3.4 Marketing Analysis: The following article published in the May issue of BarFly
Magazine provides a well-written analysis of the competitors of Excelsior Place.
The authors strongly advise interested parties to visit the Downtown to develop their own
sense of the marketplace.

Presenting BarFlys annual preview of alfresco option ? Barfly Magazine ? May 1999 ?

Lancaster Edition.

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4. Operations and Management : (To Be Completed)


4.1 The Management
(See accompanying biographies)

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5.1 Capital Equipment Budget
(See Accompanying Attachment)

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WORKING CAPITAL BUDGET
Revision No. 4

Not Inclusive - Shared Costs To Be Determined


CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS

LICENSE - KITCHEN - OPERATING CASH


Liquor License
Main Kitchen
Service Kitchen/Pub Tables & Seating
Hood System - Not Including GC
Clark Misc Install Charges (See Bid)
Operating Capital

BUDGET

ESTIMATE
RELIABILITY

$60,000 Meeder/J.K.
$122,463
Clark
$58,333
Clark
$38,000
Clark
$9,411
$10,000
Soft
$298,207

MEEDER
CONTRIBUTION

$122,463
$4,537
$38,000

PHASE I - Pub
FACILITY
Furnishings/Dcor/Wall Hangings
Pub Bar Construction

Soft
Soft

Subtotal

$3,000
$5,000
$8,000

Medium
Medium
Medium
Hard
Medium
Hard
Hard
Hard
Hard

Subtotal

$2,700
$2,000
$5,000
$2,000
$2,000
$7,500
$4,000
$20,000
$2,000
$47,200

OTHER EQUIPMENT
(2) Coffee Machines/Cappuchino/Expresso
Small Appliances - (4) Mixers/Food Processors
Wine Bottler System
Phone System - All Space
A/V Systems - All Space
Security System
Janitorial Supplies
Subtotal

$5,000
$15,000
$3,500
$10,628
$15,696
$0
$2,000
$51,824

Hard
Medium
Hard
B&B
B&B
Soft
Soft

ADMINISTRATION
Point of Sale (4 Terminal)/IC Verify/Cash Drawers
Back Office CPU/Software
Networking - Cabling/Software
Printers/Copiers
Office Supplies
Stationary/Business Cards
Calculators, etc.,
Safe
Office Workspace/Counters/Files/Chairs
Subtotal

$20,000
$2,000
$2,500
$3,500
$1,000
$2,000
$500
$1,000
$1,500
$34,000

Hard
Hard
Medium
Hard
Medium
Medium
Hard
Medium
Medium

SERVICE
Tableware (90 Settings X 1.5 X $20.00)
Glassware - Wine/Mugs/Cordials
Kitchenware/Pots/Pans/Utensils
Service Trays/Carts
Misc Bar Supplies - Cigars/Paper Supplies
Food Inventory
Liquor Inventory
Wine Inventory
Beer Inventory

Prepared by Stan Caterbone 8/18/2006

$5,000

Option

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WORKING CAPITAL BUDGET
Revision No. 4

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CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS

MARKETING & PROMOTIONS


Grand Opening Promotions
Signage
Website Construction
Menu Design & Printing

BUDGET

ESTIMATE
RELIABILITY

Medium
Medium
Hard
Medium

Subtotal

$10,000
$2,000
$1,000
$4,000
$17,000

Medium
Hard
Medium

Subtotal

$2,000
$4,500
$7,500
$14,000

Total Phase I Costs

$172,024

OUTSIDE SERVICES
Legal - Registration/Agreements
Design - Logo/Interior/Clark Plans
Business Plan Completion & Consulting

MEEDER
CONTRIBUTION

PHASE II - Catacombs/Courtyard
Tableware (90 Settings X 1.5 X 20)
Bar Stools (6) X $175
Glassware
Tables & Seating - Catacombs
Furnishings - Dcor/Wine Rack
Bar Inventory
Courtyard Furniture - (8) Sets X $300
Catacomb Fireplace
Courtyard Fountain & Landscaping
Courtyard Bar
Total Phase III Costs

$2,700
$1,050
$1,200
$17,000
$3,500
$3,500
$2,400
$1,500
$2,500
$2,000
$37,350

Medium
Hard
Medium
Clark
Medium
Hard
Medium
Medium
Medium
Soft

PHASE III - Nightclub/Banquet


Stage/Audio
Lighting
Furnisings/Dcor
Banquet Tables/Chairs
Total Phase II Costs

$17,044
$10,000
$10,000
$4,000
$41,044

B&B
Soft
Soft
Soft

TOTAL ESTIMATED CAPITAL REQUIRMENTS

$548,625

TOTAL MEEDER CONTRIBUTIONS

Prepared by Stan Caterbone 8/18/2006

$1,500
$2,500
$2,000

$15,000
$10,000

$201,000

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5.2 (3) Year Projected Pro Forma Statement


(See Accompanying Attachment)

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Account Descriptions

% of
Sales

SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Sales - Food
Sales - Wine
Sales - Liquor
Sales - Beer
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

52.00%
12.00%
17.00%
18.00%
1.00%
100.00%

COST OF GOODS SOLD


Purchases - Food
Purchases - Wine
Purchases - Liquor
Purchases - Beer
Purchases Misc., (Direct)
Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT

36.00%
43.00%
24.00%
34.00%
62.00%

GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

Nov-99

Dec-99

Year 1999
FYE

49,500
32,175
4,950
7,425
4,950
0
49,500

119,731
77,825
11,973
17,960
11,973
0
119,731

110,000
16,923
25,385
16,923
0
169,231

11,583
2,129
1,782
1,683
0
17,177
32,324

28,017
5,148
4,310
4,071
0
41,547
78,185

39,600
7,277
6,092
5,754
0
58,723
110,508

65.30%

65.30%

65.30%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

21.16%
8.51%
3.08%
0.81%
1.25%
35%

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

41,712
21,667
7,200
2,059
3,190
75,827

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Equipment Rental
Laundry & Cleaning
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1.24%
0.39%
1.06%
0.49%
0.58%
3.07%

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

3,155
988
2,200
1,236
1,483
9,062

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Account Descriptions

Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Discount Coupons
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Auto Expense
Auto Insurance
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

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% of
Sales

Nov-99

Dec-99

Year 1999
FYE

3.10%
0.34%
0.44%
0.50%
0.39%
2.49%
0.40%
0.04%
0.48%
0.79%
0.25%
0.05%
0.26%
0.16%
0.10%
0.29%
1.65%
0.04%
0%
12%

3,954
438
556
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
13,366

3,954
438
556
642
247
2,500
512
48
614
486
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
13,366

7,907
876
1,112
1,285
494
5,000
1,024
95
1,228
972
626
123
663
420
250
750
3,472
100
333
26,732

3.93%
2.25%
0.59%
1.41%
0.34%
0.33%
0.79%
9.63%

0
0
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
4,401
40,195

0
0
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
4,401
40,195

0
0
1,511
3,600
858
833
2,000
8,802
80,390

NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

-27,888
-56.34%

17,973
15.01%

-9,915
-5.86%

Accumulated Cash Flow

-27,888

-9,915

-9,915

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Rent Surplus
Legal & Accounting
Computer & IT Services
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Investor Interest
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses

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Account Descriptions

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Year 1
Jan 2000

Year 1
Feb 2000

Year 1
Mar 2000

Year 1
Apr 2000

Year 1
May 2000

Year 1
Jun 2000

Year 1
Jul 2000

Year 1
Aug 2000

Year 1
Sep 2000

Year 1
Oct 2000

Year 1
Year 1 YEAR 2000
Nov 2000 Dec 2000
FYE

SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Sales - Food
Sales - Wine
Sales - Liquor
Sales - Beer
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

97,356
63,282
9,736
14,603
9,736
0
97,356

95,606
62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

95,606
62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

95,606
62,144
9,561
14,341
9,561
1,000
96,606

99,981
52,990
11,998
16,997
17,997
1,000
100,981

128,975
68,357
15,477
21,926
23,216
1,000
129,975

155,100
82,203
18,612
26,367
27,918
1,000
156,100

151,919
80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

151,919
80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

151,919
80,517
18,230
25,826
27,345
1,000
152,919

155,169
82,239
18,620
26,379
27,930
1,000
156,169

138,294
73,296
16,595
23,510
24,893
1,000
139,294

850,350
174,411
250,283
242,407
11,000
1,528,450

COST OF GOODS SOLD


Purchases - Food
Purchases - Wine
Purchases - Liquor
Purchases - Beer
Purchases Misc., (Direct)
Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT

22,781
4,186
3,505
3,310
0
33,783
63,574

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
620
33,795
62,811

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
620
33,795
62,811

22,372
4,111
3,442
3,251
620
33,795
62,811

19,076
5,159
4,079
6,119
620
35,054
65,928

24,608
6,655
5,262
7,893
620
45,039
84,936

29,593
8,003
6,328
9,492
620
54,036
102,064

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
620
52,941
99,978

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
620
52,941
99,978

28,986
7,839
6,198
9,297
620
52,941
99,978

29,606
8,007
6,331
9,496
620
54,060
102,109

26,386
7,136
5,642
8,464
620
48,248
91,045

306,126
74,997
60,068
82,418
6,820
530,429
998,021

GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

65.30%

65.02%

65.02%

65.02%

65.29%

65.35%

65.38%

65.38%

65.38%

65.38%

65.38%

65.36%

65.30%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

20,856
10,833
3,600
1,029
1,595
37,914

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

30,000
10,833
4,083
1,029
1,595
47,541

323,424
130,000
47,067
12,351
19,142
531,983

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Equipment Rental
Laundry & Cleaning
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

1,578
494
1,100
618
741
4,531

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

1,578
494
1,483
618
741
4,914

18,930
5,931
16,261
7,413
8,896
57,431

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Year 1
Jan 2000

Year 1
Feb 2000

Year 1
Mar 2000

Year 1
Apr 2000

Year 1
May 2000

Year 1
Jun 2000

Year 1
Jul 2000

Year 1
Aug 2000

Year 1
Sep 2000

Year 1
Oct 2000

Year 1
Year 1 YEAR 2000
Nov 2000 Dec 2000
FYE

Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Discount Coupons
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Auto Expense
Auto Insurance
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

3,954
438
556
642
500
2,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
14,133

3,954
438
556
642
500
2,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
14,133

3,954
438
556
642
500
2,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
14,133

3,954
438
556
642
500
2,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
1,736
50
167
14,133

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

3,954
438
556
642
500
3,500
512
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,282
50
167
15,679

47,445
5,256
6,672
7,710
6,000
38,000
6,144
571
7,367
12,000
3,756
741
3,980
2,521
1,500
4,500
25,200
600
2,000
181,962

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Rent Surplus
Legal & Accounting
Computer & IT Services
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Investor Interest
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses

5,000
912
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
10,313
47,640

5,000
863
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
10,264
47,591

5,000
863
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
10,264
47,591

5,000
863
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
10,264
47,591

5,000
1,147
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
10,548
51,733

5,000
3,032
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
12,433
53,618

5,000
4,730
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
14,131
55,316

5,000
4,523
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
13,924
55,109

5,000
4,523
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
13,924
55,109

5,000
4,523
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
13,924
55,109

5,000
4,734
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
14,135
55,320

5,000
3,637
755
1,800
429
417
1,000
13,039
54,223

60,000
34,350
9,065
21,600
5,149
5,000
12,000
147,164
1,448,969

NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

-3,316
-3.41%

-4,030
-4.17%

-4,030
-4.17%

-4,030
-4.17%

-12,754
-12.63%

4,370
3.36%

19,799
12.68%

17,920
11.72%

17,920
11.72%

17,920
11.72%

19,840
12.70%

9,873
7.09%

79,481
5.20%

Accumulated Cash Flow

-13,232

-17,262

-21,293

-25,323

-38,077

-33,707

-13,908

4,012

21,933

39,853

59,693

69,566

78,768

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Account Descriptions

Downtonw Investments

3 YEAR PROJECTED PRO FORMA STATEMENT

Year 2
Jan 2001

Year 2
Feb 2001

Year 2
Mar 2001

Year 2
Apr 2001

Year 2
May 2001

Year 2
Jun 2001

Year 2
Jul 2001

Year 2
Aug 2001

Year 2
Sep 2001

Year 2
Year 2
Year 2
Oct 2001 Nov 2001 Dec 2001

Year 2001
FYE

SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Sales - Food
Sales - Wine
Sales - Liquor
Sales - Beer
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

147,969
78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

147,969
78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

147,969
78,423
17,756
25,155
26,634
1,000
148,969

146,656
77,728
17,599
24,932
26,398
1,000
147,656

170,781
90,514
20,494
29,033
30,741
1,000
171,781

187,844
99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

187,844
99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

187,844
99,557
22,541
31,933
33,812
1,000
188,844

178,094
94,390
21,371
30,276
32,057
1,000
179,094

159,531
84,552
19,144
27,120
28,716
1,000
160,531

159,531
84,552
19,144
27,120
28,716
1,000
160,531

181,469
96,178
21,776
30,850
32,664
1,000
182,469

2,003,500
1,061,855
240,420
340,595
360,630
12,000
2,015,500

COST OF GOODS SOLD


Purchases - Food
Purchases - Wine
Purchases - Liquor
Purchases - Beer
Purchases Misc., (Direct)
Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
620
51,580
97,388

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
620
51,580
97,388

28,232
7,635
6,037
9,056
620
51,580
97,388

27,982
7,567
5,984
8,975
620
51,128
96,528

32,585
8,812
6,968
10,452
620
59,437
112,344

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
620
65,313
123,530

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
620
65,313
123,530

35,841
9,693
7,664
11,496
620
65,313
123,530

33,980
9,190
7,266
10,899
620
61,955
117,138

30,439
8,232
6,509
9,763
620
55,563
104,969

30,439
8,232
6,509
9,763
620
55,563
104,969

34,624
9,364
7,404
11,106
620
63,118
119,351

382,268
103,381
81,743
122,614
7,440
697,445
1,318,055

GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

65.37%

65.37%

65.37%

65.37%

65.40%

65.41%

65.41%

65.41%

65.41%

65.39%

65.39%

65.41%

65.40%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

32,000
13,000
4,083
1,029
1,595
51,708

384,000
156,000
49,000
12,351
19,142
620,493

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Equipment Rental
Laundry & Cleaning
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

1,578
494
1,630
710
741
5,154

18,930
5,931
19,563
8,523
8,896
61,843

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Account Descriptions

Downtonw Investments

3 YEAR PROJECTED PRO FORMA STATEMENT


Year 2
Jan 2001

Year 2
Feb 2001

Year 2
Mar 2001

Year 2
Apr 2001

Year 2
May 2001

Year 2
Jun 2001

Year 2
Jul 2001

Year 2
Aug 2001

Year 2
Sep 2001

Year 2
Year 2
Year 2
Oct 2001 Nov 2001 Dec 2001

Year 2001
FYE

Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Discount Coupons
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Auto Expense
Auto Insurance
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

3,954
438
556
642
1,200
5,000
1,000
48
614
1,000
313
62
332
210
125
375
2,983
50
167
19,068

47,445
5,256
6,672
7,710
14,400
60,000
12,000
571
7,367
12,000
3,756
741
3,980
2,521
1,500
4,500
35,796
600
2,000
228,814

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Rent Surplus
Legal & Accounting
Computer & IT Services
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Investor Interest
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

11,500
0
755
1,236
429
417
1,000
15,337
91,266

138,000
0
9,065
14,827
5,149
5,000
12,000
184,041
1,792,635

NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

6,122
4.11%

6,122
4.11%

6,122
4.11%

5,262
3.56%

21,078
12.27%

32,265
17.09%

32,265
17.09%

32,265
17.09%

25,872
14.45%

13,703
8.54%

13,703
8.54%

28,085
15.39%

222,865
11.06%

Accumulated Cash Flow

84,890

91,013

97,135

102,397

123,476

155,740

188,005

220,269

246,142

259,845

273,548

301,633

436,656

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Account Descriptions

Downtonw Investments

3 YEAR PROJECTED PRO FORMA STATEMENT

Year 3
Jan 2002

Year 3
Feb 2002

Year 3
Mar 2002

Year 3
Apr 2002

Year 3
May 2002

Year 3
Jun 2002

Year 3
Jul 2002

Year 3
Aug 2002

Year 3
Sep 2002

Year 3
Oct 2002

Year 3
Nov 2002

Year 3
Dec 2002

Year 2002
FYE

SALES
Gross Sales Forcast
Sales - Food
Sales - Wine
Sales - Liquor
Sales - Beer
Sales - Misc
Total Sales

174,094
92,270
20,891
29,596
31,337
1,000
175,094

174,094
92,270
20,891
29,596
31,337
1,000
175,094

172,781
91,574
20,734
29,373
31,101
1,000
173,781

197,531
104,692
23,704
33,580
35,556
1,000
198,531

203,344
107,772
24,401
34,568
36,602
1,000
204,344

211,781
112,244
25,414
36,003
38,121
1,000
212,781

211,781
112,244
25,414
36,003
38,121
1,000
212,781

211,781
112,244
25,414
36,003
38,121
1,000
212,781

203,156
107,673
24,379
34,537
36,568
1,000
204,156

180,656
95,748
21,679
30,712
32,518
1,000
181,656

180,656
95,748
21,679
30,712
32,518
1,000
181,656

199,594
105,785
23,951
33,931
35,927
1,000
200,594

2,321,250
1,230,263
278,550
394,613
417,825
12,000
2,333,250

COST OF GOODS SOLD


Purchases - Food
Purchases - Wine
Purchases - Liquor
Purchases - Beer
Purchases Misc., (Direct)
Total C.O.G.S.
GROSS PROFIT

33,217
8,983
7,103
10,655
620
60,578
97,001

33,217
8,983
7,103
10,655
620
60,578
97,001

32,967
8,916
7,049
10,574
620
60,126
97,001

37,689
10,193
8,059
12,089
620
68,650
97,001

38,798
10,493
8,296
12,445
620
70,652
97,001

40,408
10,928
8,641
12,961
620
73,557
97,001

40,408
10,928
8,641
12,961
620
73,557
97,001

40,408
10,928
8,641
12,961
620
73,557
97,001

38,762
10,483
8,289
12,433
620
70,587
97,001

34,469
9,322
7,371
11,056
620
62,838
97,001

34,469
9,322
7,371
11,056
620
62,838
97,001

38,082
10,299
8,143
12,215
620
69,360
97,001

442,895
119,777
94,707
142,061
7,440
806,879
1,526,372

GROSS PROFIT MARGIN

55.40%

55.40%

55.82%

48.86%

47.47%

45.59%

45.59%

45.59%

47.51%

53.40%

53.40%

48.36%

65.42%

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll & Related Expenses
Wages
Management Salaries
Payroll Taxes
Insurance, Work. Comp.
Insurance, Health
Total Payroll Related

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

26,130
15,000
4,825
1,130
626
47,711

313,562
180,000
57,896
13,562
7,515
572,535

Direct Operating Expenses


Supplies
Equipment Rental
Laundry & Cleaning
Outside Services
Trash Removal
Total Direct Operating

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

1,797
627
1,797
710
741
5,672

21,563
7,523
21,563
8,523
8,896
68,068

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Account Descriptions

Downtonw Investments

3 YEAR PROJECTED PRO FORMA STATEMENT


Year 3
Jan 2002

Year 3
Feb 2002

Year 3
Mar 2002

Year 3
Apr 2002

Year 3
May 2002

Year 3
Jun 2002

Year 3
Jul 2002

Year 3
Aug 2002

Year 3
Sep 2002

Year 3
Oct 2002

Year 3
Nov 2002

Year 3
Dec 2002

Year 2002
FYE

Indirect Operating Expenses


Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Discount Coupons
Repairs & Maintenance
Telephone (In-Utilities)
Utilities
Water & Sewer
Cable
Office Exp. & Supplies
Miscellaneous
Travel Expense
Auto Expense
Auto Insurance
Licenses
Dues & Subscriptions
Contributions
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges
Miscellaneous Taxes (DID)
Total Indirect Operating

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

4,575
521
667
706
1,200
5,000
1,000
55
797
1,000
344
105
364
231
155
412
2,762
100
208
20,202

54,896
6,256
8,000
8,470
14,400
60,000
12,000
665
9,563
12,000
4,126
1,256
4,373
2,769
1,856
4,944
33,145
1,200
2,500
242,419

Non-Operating Expenses
Rent
Rent Surplus
Legal & Accounting
Computer & IT Services
Insurance, Property & Liability
Misc General & Administrative
Investor Interest
Total Non-Operating
Total Expenses

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

12,000
910
500
542
491
630
3,333
5,497
79,082

144,000
10,920
6,000
6,500
5,896
7,563
40,000
220,879
1,910,780

NET PROFIT
NET PROFIT MARGIN

35,434
20.24%

35,434
20.24%

34,574
19.89%

50,800
25.59%

54,610
26.72%

60,142
28.26%

60,142
28.26%

60,142
28.26%

54,487
26.69%

39,736
21.87%

39,736
21.87%

52,152
26.00%

422,470
18.11%

Accumulated Cash Flow

472,090

507,524

542,098

592,898

647,508

707,650

767,792

827,934

882,422

922,158

961,895 1,014,046

1,112,424

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WORKING SALES MODEL

OPENOPEN

Version 2.0

SPRENGERS
CATACOMBS

March 30, 1999

SALES DIVISION
Sprengers Pub
Lunch Covers Per Day
Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Sprengers Dinner
Additional Beverage Sales

Period
Period
1
2
AverageNov 1999
Dec 1999
Check SalesSales

Nights
Opened
Per Week

Weeks
Opened
Per Year

Total
Seating
Capacity

Total
Covers
Per Day

52

100

82

$10.50

52

100

65

$21.95

### ###

Sprenger Total Sales


Catacomb & Courtyard
Lunch Covers Per Day
Catacomb Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Catacomb Dinner Sales
Courtyard Covers Per Day
Courtyard Caf Sales
Additional Beverage Sales
Catacomb/Courtyard Sales

65 75
### ###
50 65
### ###
### ###

0
### ###

52

60

40

$35.00

22

40

68

$22.50

0 45
### ###

### ###

Nightclub Sales
Banquet Sales
TOTAL SALES
Parking Requirements @ Nite

8/18/2006

###
6

100

108

### ###
33

88

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WORKING SALES MODEL

OPEN
OPEN COURTYARD

Version 2.0 CATACOMBS

PARKING

&

LOTS

NIGHTCLUB

March 30, 1999

Period
Period
3 Period
4
5 Period 6
Jan 2000
Feb 2000
Mar 2000 Apr 2000
SalesSalesSales
Sales

Period 7
May 2000
Sales

Period 8
Jun 2000
Sales

Period 9
Jul 2000
Sales

Period 10
Aug 2000
Sales

Period 11
Sep 2000
Sales

Period 12
Oct 2000
Sales

Period 13
Nov 2000
Sales

Period 14
Dec 2000
Sales

SALES DIVISION
Sprengers Pub
Lunch Covers Per Day 75 85 85
Lunch Sales ### ### ###
Dinner Covers Per Day 65 65 65
Sprengers Dinner ### ### ###
Additional Beverage Sales ### ### ###

85
$892.50
70
$1,536.50
$5,000.00

100
$1,050.00
70
$1,536.50
$5,000.00

90
$945.00
65
$1,426.75
$2,500.00

90
$945.00
65
$1,426.75
$2,500.00

90
$945.00
65
$1,426.75
$2,500.00

100
$1,050.00
65
$1,426.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
65
$1,426.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
65
$1,426.75
$10,000.00

120
$1,260.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

Sprenger Total Sales ### ### ###

$60,725.00

$64,662.50

$59,293.75

$59,293.75

$59,293.75

$61,918.75

$61,918.75

$61,918.75

$72,656.25

Catacomb & Courtyard


Lunch Covers Per Day
Catacomb Lunch Sales ### ### ###

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Dinner Covers Per Day 40 35 40


Catacomb Dinner Sales ### ### ###

40
$1,400.00

50
$1,750.00

40
$1,400.00

40
$1,400.00

40
$1,400.00

45
$1,575.00

Courtyard Covers Per Day


Courtyard Caf Sales
Additional Beverage Sales
Catacomb/Courtyard Sales ### ### ###

20
$450.00

35
$787.50

50
$1,125.00

50
$1,125.00

50
$1,125.00

30
$675.00

$46,250.00

$63,437.50

$63,125.00

$63,125.00

$63,125.00

$56,250.00

$39,375.00

Nightclub Sales
Banquet Sales ### ### ###

$15,000.00
$2,000.00

$20,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$805,500.00

$0.00
13,125.00
$459,375.00

$43,750.00

$52,500.00

5,875.00
$132,187.50
$0.00
$459,375.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$15,000.00

$210,000.00
$37,000.00

TOTAL SALES ### ### ### $128,975.00 $155,100.00 $151,918.75 $151,918.75 $151,918.75 $155,168.75 $138,293.75 $142,668.75 $175,156.25

$1,644,062.50

Parking Requirements @ Nite

8/18/2006

78

83

162

206

226

226

226

211

181

50
$1,750.00

$0.00

28,000.00
$294,000.00
20,000.00
$439,000.00
$72,500.00

60
$2,100.00

83

45
$1,575.00

$0.00

Year 1
FYE Annual
SALES

186

203

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BANK

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EXPANSION

SALES DIVISION
Sprengers Pub
Lunch Covers Per Day
Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Sprengers Dinner
Additional Beverage Sales
Sprenger Total Sales
Catacomb & Courtyard
Lunch Covers Per Day
Catacomb Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Catacomb Dinner Sales

Period 15
Jan 2001
Sales

Period 16
Feb 2001
Sales

Period 17
Mar 2001
Sales

Period 18
Apr 2001
Sales

Period 19
May 2001
Sales

Period 20
Jun 2001
Sales

Period 21
Jul 2001
Sales

Period 22
Aug 2001
Sales

Period 23
Sep 2001
Sales

Period 24
Oct 2001
Sales

Period 25
Nov 2001
Sales

Period 26
Dec 2001
Sales

85
$892.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

85
$892.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

80
$840.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

125
$1,312.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

$63,468.75

$63,468.75

$62,156.25

$70,031.25

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$70,031.25

$70,031.25

$70,031.25

$73,968.75

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

60
$2,100.00

60
$2,100.00

60
$2,100.00

60
$2,100.00

60
$2,100.00

60
$2,100.00

20
$450.00

38
$855.00

55
$1,237.50

55
$1,237.50

55
$1,237.50

33
$742.50

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

$0.00
60
$2,100.00

Year 2
FYE Annual
SALES
30,375.00
$318,937.50
22,500.00
$493,875.00
$120,000.00
$812,812.50

$0.00
18,000.00
$630,000.00

Period 27
Jan 2002
Sales

Period 28
Feb 2002
Sales

Period 29
Mar 2002
Sales

Period 30
Apr 2002
Sales

85
$892.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

85
$892.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

80
$840.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

$63,468.75

$63,468.75

$62,156.25

$70,031.25

$0.00
75
$2,625.00

$0.00
75
$2,625.00

$0.00
75
$2,625.00

6,400.00
$144,000.00

$0.00
75
$2,625.00
30
$675.00

Courtyard Covers Per Day


Courtyard Caf Sales
Additional Beverage Sales
Catacomb/Courtyard Sales

$52,500.00

$52,500.00

$52,500.00

$63,750.00

$73,875.00

$83,437.50

$83,437.50

$83,437.50

$71,062.50

$52,500.00

$52,500.00

$52,500.00

$774,000.00

$65,625.00

$65,625.00

$65,625.00

$82,500.00

Nightclub Sales
Banquet Sales

$20,000.00
$2,000.00

$20,000.00
$2,000.00

$20,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$2,000.00

$25,000.00
$20,000.00

$285,000.00
$42,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

TOTAL SALES $147,968.75 $147,968.75 $146,656.25 $170,781.25 $178,281.25 $187,843.75 $187,843.75 $187,843.75 $178,093.75 $159,531.25 $159,531.25 $181,468.75
Parking Requirements @ Nite

8/18/2006

184

184

184

223

241

258

258

258

236

203

203

203

$2,033,812.50 $174,093.75 $174,093.75 $172,781.25 $197,531.25


236

236

236

266

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Penn Square

Version 2.0

Conventio
Center

March 30, 1999

SALES DIVISION
Sprengers Pub
Lunch Covers Per Day
Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Sprengers Dinner
Additional Beverage Sales
Sprenger Total Sales
Catacomb & Courtyard
Lunch Covers Per Day
Catacomb Lunch Sales

Period 31
May 2002
Sales

Period 32
Jun 2002
Sales

Period 33
Jul 2002
Sales

Period 34
Aug 2002
Sales

Period 35
Sep 2002
Sales

Period 36
Oct 2002
Sales

Period 37
Nov 2002
Sales

Period 38
Dec 2002
Sales

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

125
$1,312.50
75
$1,646.25
$10,000.00

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$67,406.25

$70,031.25

$70,031.25

$70,031.25

$73,968.75

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

75
$2,625.00

75
$2,625.00

75
$2,625.00

75
$2,625.00

Courtyard Covers Per Day


Courtyard Caf Sales
Additional Beverage Sales
Catacomb/Courtyard Sales

45
$1,012.50

60
$1,350.00

60
$1,350.00

60
$1,350.00

40
$900.00

$90,937.50

$99,375.00

$99,375.00

$99,375.00

$88,125.00

$65,625.00

$65,625.00

$65,625.00

$953,437.50

Nightclub Sales
Banquet Sales

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$20,000.00

$360,000.00
$75,000.00

TOTAL SALES $203,343.75 $211,781.25 $211,781.25 $211,781.25 $203,156.25 $180,656.25 $180,656.25 $199,593.75

$2,321,250.00

Parking Requirements @ Nite

8/18/2006

296

296

276

75
$2,625.00

$812,812.50

75
$2,625.00

296

75
$2,625.00

$0.00

30,375.00
$318,937.50
22,500.00
$493,875.00
$120,000.00

Dinner Covers Per Day


Catacomb Dinner Sales

281

75
$2,625.00

$0.00

Year 3
FYE Annual
SALES

22,500.00
$787,500.00
7,375.00
$165,937.50

236

236

236

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SALES DIVISION
Sprengers Pub
Lunch Covers Per Day
Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Sprengers Dinner
Additional Beverage Sales
Sprenger Total Sales
Catacomb & Courtyard
Lunch Covers Per Day
Catacomb Lunch Sales
Dinner Covers Per Day
Catacomb Dinner Sales

Period 39
Jan 2003
Sales

Period 40
Feb 2003
Sales

Period 41
Mar 2003
Sales

Period 42
Apr 2003
Sales

Period 43
May 2003
Sales

Period 44
Jun 2003
Sales

Period 45
Jul 2003
Sales

Period 46
Aug 2003
Sales

Period 47
Sep 2003
Sales

Period 48
Oct 2003
Sales

Period 49
Nov 2003
Sales

Period 50
Dec 2003
Sales

95
$997.50
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

95
$997.50
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

85
$892.50
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

100
$1,050.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

110
$1,155.00
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

125
$1,312.50
85
$1,865.75
$10,000.00

$71,581.25

$71,581.25

$68,956.25

$75,518.75

$72,893.75

$72,893.75

$72,893.75

$72,893.75

$75,518.75

$75,518.75

$75,518.75

$79,456.25

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

85
$2,975.00

85
$2,975.00

85
$2,975.00

85
$2,975.00

85
$2,975.00

85
$2,975.00

30
$675.00

45
$1,012.50

60
$1,350.00

60
$1,350.00

60
$1,350.00

40
$900.00

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

$0.00
85
$2,975.00

Year 4
FYE Annual
SALES
31,000.00
$325,500.00
25,500.00
$559,725.00
$120,000.00
$885,225.00

$0.00
25,500.00
$892,500.00
7,375.00
$165,937.50

Courtyard Covers Per Day


Courtyard Caf Sales
Additional Beverage Sales
Catacomb/Courtyard Sales

$74,375.00

$74,375.00

$74,375.00

$91,250.00

$99,687.50 $108,125.00 $108,125.00 $108,125.00

$96,875.00

$74,375.00

$74,375.00

$74,375.00

$1,058,437.50

Nightclub Sales
Banquet Sales

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

$25,000.00
$20,000.00

$355,000.00
$75,000.00

TOTAL SALES $190,956.25 $190,956.25 $188,331.25 $211,768.75 $217,581.25 $226,018.75 $226,018.75 $226,018.75 $217,393.75 $194,893.75 $194,893.75 $208,831.25

$2,493,662.50

Parking Requirements @ Nite

8/18/2006

253

253

253

283

298

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

313

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

313

$30,000.00
$5,000.00

313

293

253

253

234

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6.1 Lease Agreement
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6.2 Facility Improvement Schedule: The following schedule is the proposed schedule
for all improvements for the Excelsior Place facility. The following schedule is a binding
agreement between the developer, the general contractor, and Sprenger Management,
as referred in the lease agreement. This schedule was developed from the plans and
specifications of Meeder Development and The Ray Group.
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7.1 Information Technology Systems and Equipment Specifications


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General Ledger Account
Days With Precipitaion
SALES
Sales - Food
% Of Sales
Sales - Wine
% Of Sales
Sales - Liquor
% Of Sales
Sales - Beer
% Of Sales
Sales Discounts/Misc
% Of Sales
Total Revenues

Downtonw Investments
1999
F-Y-E

Month 5 Month 4 Month 3 Month 2 Month 1


May-99 Apr-99 Mar-99 Feb-99
Jan-99

$59,557
66%
$16,367
18%
$10,613
12%
$3,415
4%
$212
0%
$90,165

$54,691
64%
$17,498
20%
$9,762
11%
$3,351
4%
$368
0%
$85,671

$55,136
64%
$16,907
20%
$10,571
12%
$2,838
3%
$304
0%
$85,757

$52,722
66%
$15,060
19%
$8,905
11%
$1,949
2%
$912
1%
$79,549

189
287
637
1,230
4,133
6,077
12,553

43
51
127
212
748
1,179
2,360

42
84
186
341
1,130
1,678
3,461

60
56
119
226
762
1,100
2,323

24
55
125
230
755
1,085
2,274

20
41
80
221
738
1,035
2,135

$99,567
36%
$34,418
42%
$12,595
27%
$4,196
30%
$1,937

$20,146
37%
$8,049
49%
$2,731
38%
$935
39%
$387

$22,163
37%
$5,659
35%
$2,556
24%
$929
27%
$415

$19,855
36%
$7,812
45%
$2,311
24%
$918
27%
$282

$19,753
36%
$8,420
50%
$2,684
25%
$1,033
36%
$270

$19,139
36%
$3,454
23%
$2,628
30%
$546
28%
$483

Gross Profit

$152,714
36%
$268,721

$32,250
40%
$48,043

$31,723
35%
$58,442

$31,179
36%
$54,492

$32,161
38%
$53,596

Gross Profit Margin %

64%

60%

65%

64%

INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT
Food
Wine
Liquor
Beer
Chianti Nites

$27,879
$94,021
$22,424
$4,503
280

$4,476
$19,628
$4,710
$655
45

$6,233
$18,528
$4,450
$821
48

$0
$115,475
$13,089
$0
$2,604

$0
$21,318
$2,522
$0
$861

$131,168
31%

Total Labor Hours


LABOR HOURS
COST OF SALES
Purchases - Food
Food Cost Margin
Purchases - Wine
Wine Cost Margin
Purchases - Liquor
Liquor Cost Margin
Purchases - Beer
Beer Cost Margin
Purchases - Misc., (Direct)
Total Cost of Sales

% of Sales

PAYROLL & RELATED


Officers Salaries
Wages
Payroll Taxes Summary
Insurance Workman's Comp
Insurance Health
Total Payroll

% of Sales
SALES AND PROMOTION
Entertainment Dining (Mrk)
Live Entertainment (Mkt)
Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Coupons - Mkt
Total Cost of Promotions
% Of Sales

Month 12 Month 11Month 10 Month 9 Month 8 Month 7 Month 6 Month 5 Month 4 Month 3 Month 2 Month 1
Dec-98 Nov-98 Oct-98 Sep-98 Aug-98 Jul-98 Jun-98 May-98 Apr-98 Mar-98 Feb-98 Jan-98

1997
F-Y-E

15
$53,933
67%
$16,473
21%
$7,279
9%
$2,404
3%
$203
0%
$80,293

Overtime
Hostess
Management
Bar
Servers
Kitchen

1998
F-Y-E

$276,039
66%
$82,305
20%
$47,130
11%
$13,957
3%
$1,999
0%
$421,435

$622,391
$64,279 $48,916 $58,796 $47,101
65%
63%
65%
67%
66%
$192,352
$20,567 $15,725 $16,660 $14,272
20%
20%
21%
19%
20%
$104,833
$13,012
$9,012
$9,884
$7,800
11%
13%
12%
11%
11%
$28,964
$3,186
$2,165
$2,432
$1,860
3%
3%
3%
3%
3%
$10,176
$400
($965)
$476
$324
1%
0%
-1%
1%
0%
$960,006 $101,445 $74,854 $88,249 $71,358
464
630
1,510
4,191
9,165
14,181
30,141

$48,529
66%
$14,430
20%
$8,274
11%
$2,266
3%
$361
0%
$73,861

$45,758
$52,616
64%
66%
$14,482
$14,606
20%
18%
$8,050
$8,867
11%
11%
$2,871
$2,291
4%
3%
$395
$1,361
1%
2%
$71,557 $79,742

$54,207
67%
$15,287
19%
$8,181
10%
$2,172
3%
$697
1%
$80,545

$49,551
64%
$15,504
20%
$7,289
9%
$2,735
4%
$2,618
3%
$77,698

$50,708 $49,769 $52,161


63%
65%
64%
$18,615 $15,987 $16,217
23%
21%
20%
$7,739
$7,226
$9,499
10%
9%
12%
$2,334
$2,200
$2,452
3%
3%
3%
$1,475
$1,922
$1,112
2%
2%
1%
$80,872 $77,105 $81,442

$606,662
67%
$179,482
20%
$80,139
9%
$26,809
3%
$14,770
2%
$905,774

26
64
114
214
689
1,081
2,188

16
61
105
220
781
1,143
2,326

71
86
147
557
1,183
1,595
3,639

28
44
98
357
708
961
2,196

55
59
78
347
704
997
2,240

35
48
87
354
707
1,042
2,273

42
46
120
357
726
1,075
2,366

51
56
134
363
580
965
2,149

35
41
146
377
777
1,377
2,753

34
47
150
366
706
1,370
2,673

29
43
131
361
772
1,315
2,651

42
35
200
318
832
1,260
2,687

449
618
1,316
4,040
10,238
15,568
32,229

$250,805
40%
$83,217
43%
$33,854
32%
$9,842
34%
$6,272

$25,633
40%
$10,248
50%
$4,296
33%
$1,421
45%
$411

$19,217
39%
$6,209
39%
$2,697
30%
$228
11%
$328

$23,331
40%
$8,548
51%
$2,998
30%
$853
35%
$405

$18,104
38%
$6,090
43%
$2,507
32%
$614
33%
$570

$19,356
40%
$6,366
44%
$2,548
31%
$559
25%
$429

$19,719
43%
$6,006
41%
$2,538
32%
$903
31%
$536

$19,569
37%
$6,832
47%
$3,946
45%
$724
32%
$589

$21,495
40%
$9,119
60%
$2,466
30%
$672
31%
$735

$21,393
43%
$6,507
42%
$2,333
32%
$923
34%
$494

$22,294
44%
$7,265
39%
$1,148
15%
$639
27%
$490

$24,993
50%
$9,830
61%
$4,118
57%
$1,120
51%
$706

$21,187
41%
$6,744
42%
$2,243
24%
$836
34%
$590

$227,983
38%
$76,032
42%
$25,120
31%
$11,025
41%
$7,679

$26,251
33%
$53,298

$383,980
40%
$576,026

$42,011 $28,680 $36,137 $27,886


41%
38%
41%
39%
$59,434 $46,174 $52,112 $43,472

$29,259
40%
$44,602

$29,703 $31,662
42%
40%
$41,854
$48,080

$34,489
43%
$46,056

$31,652
41%
$46,046

$31,837 $40,769 $31,601


39%
53%
39%
$49,035 $36,336 $49,841

$347,857
38%
$557,916

62%

67%

60%

$6,170
$18,667
$4,806
$1,125
61

$5,623
$18,668
$4,399
$895
56

$5,377
$18,530
$4,059
$1,007
70

$0
$23,051
$3,518
$890
($51)

$0
$30,492
$2,430
$0
$710

$0
$20,880
$2,352
$0
$542

$0
$19,734
$2,267
($890)
$542

$0
251,385
$32,085
$6,649
$3,994

$24,701
31%

$27,408
30%

$33,632
39%

$23,774
28%

$21,653
27%

$294,113
31%

$0
$948
$9,967
$725
$3,864

$0
$0
$1,169
$74
$0

$0
$174
$1,241
$103
$789

$0
$0
$2,782
$192
$1,003

$0
$0
$3,814
$147
$921

$0
$774
$961
$209
$1,151

$256
$3,939
$34,316
$3,399
$8,538

$0
$600
$4,884
$172
$0

$0
$0
$5,665
$264
$1,267

$0
$174
$3,349
$266
$891

$0
$0
$2,405
$128
$0

$0
$0
$658
$1,125
$1,182

$0
$175
$1,817
$752
$109

$15,504
4%

$1,243
2%

$2,307
3%

$3,977
5%

$4,882
6%

$3,095
4%

$50,448
5%

$5,656
6%

$7,196
10%

$4,680
5%

$2,533
4%

$2,965
4%

$2,853
4%

59%

62%

59%

61%

60%

58%

60%

57%

59%

61%

47%

61%

$5,769
$15,703
$4,083
$1,037
105

$4,823
$16,199
$4,005
$1,164
77

$4,995
$16,818
$3,886
$745
54

$5,625
$18,428
$3,708
$915
90

$4,639
$18,912
$3,680
$775
62

$5,482
$18,629
$3,933
$792

$4,696
$19,747
$4,346
$711
82

$4,673
$20,988
$5,092
$665

$6,082
$22,797
$4,791
$1,012
81

$5,505
$20,302
$5,484
$873
79

$5,125
$19,892
$4,942
$772
41

$6,249
$20,273
$6,319
$963
41

$0
$20,684
$2,150
$0
$542

$0
$21,028
$2,287
$0
$336

$0
$29,955
$3,122
$665
$249

$0
$18,076
$2,015
$665
($56)

$2,800
$16,074
$2,107
$0
$471

$2,200
$16,134
$2,181
$665
$236

$1,087
$10,831
$2,391
$1,335
$668

$1,771
$20,114
$2,714
$1,205
$203

$2,058
$25,789
$4,338
$665
$203

$1,429
$16,817
$2,970
$605
$169

$1,598
$19,560
$2,914
($1,289)
$2,216

$1,773
$21,768
$2,866
$0
($97)

$23,376 $23,651 $33,991 $20,700


23%
32%
39%
29%

$21,452
29%

$21,416 $16,312
30%
20%

$26,007
32%

$33,053
43%

$21,990 $24,999 $26,310


27%
32%
32%

$0
$0
$770
$472
($1,348)

$0
$675
$2,760
$419
$0

$256
$0
$2,601
$487
($1,327)

$0
$0
$2,012
$451
($1,299)

$0
$0
$5,322
$238
($674)

$0
$175
$1,326
$375
($685)

$1,200
$3,375
$25,497
$3,704
$6,074

($106)
0%

$3,854
5%

$2,017
3%

$1,164
1%

$4,886
6%

$1,191
1%

$39,850
4%

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62%

$24,082
$225,762
$30,874
$7,805
$5,846
$294,369
32%

8/18/2006

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General Ledger Account

1999
F-Y-E

Month 5 Month 4 Month 3 Month 2 Month 1


May-99 Apr-99 Mar-99 Feb-99
Jan-99

1998
F-Y-E

Downtonw Investments

Month 12 Month 11Month 10 Month 9 Month 8 Month 7 Month 6 Month 5 Month 4 Month 3 Month 2 Month 1
Dec-98 Nov-98 Oct-98 Sep-98 Aug-98 Jul-98 Jun-98 May-98 Apr-98 Mar-98 Feb-98 Jan-98

1997
F-Y-E

`
DIRECT EXPENSES
Outside Services
Laundry & Cleaning
Supplies (Direct0OpSup)
Supplies, Other (Direct0OpSup)
Trash Removal
Equipment Rental

$10,033
$5,077
$3,921
$909
$2,001
$2,896

$2,522
$901
$565
$319
$256
$666

$1,710
$1,085
$653
$144
$349
$637

$1,216
$1,070
$880
$60
$349
$566

$1,450
$1,014
$897
$274
$349
$566

$3,135
$1,007
$926
$112
$698
$461

$17,784
$13,520
$12,242
$76
$3,839
$7,656

$3,904
$1,198
$762
$76
$349
$79

$1,087
$1,081
$966
$60
$0
$624

$1,509
$1,119
$1,834
$60
$349
$830

$1,120
$1,026
$727
$218
$349
$578

$909
$1,222
$678
$85
$349
$643

$2,312
$1,164
$737
$31
$349
$1,243

$1,423
$1,014
$1,292
$0
$0
$548

$1,810
$1,178
$667
$164
$349
$566

$1,523
$1,020
$1,190
$535
$349
$713

$1,563
$1,227
$1,166
$30
$349
($156)

$1,516
$1,127
$886
$0
$349
($307)

$2,348
$1,138
$915
$70
$349
$589

$20,453
$15,008
$13,187
$4,811
$4,203
$2,452

Total Direct Expenses


% of Total Sales

$24,837
6%

$5,229
7%

$4,578
5%

$4,141
5%

$4,550
5%

$6,339
8%

$55,117
6%

$6,368
6%

$3,818
5%

$5,701
6%

$4,018
6%

$3,886
5%

$5,836
8%

$4,277
5%

$4,734
6%

$5,330
7%

$4,179
5%

$3,571
5%

$5,409
7%

$60,114
7%

$7,670
$219
$5,464
$10,054
$1,930
$195
$1,184
$3,264
$1,205

$1,525
($41)
$1,198
$1,283
$256
$45
$355
($450)
$141

$1,652
$46
$584
$1,922
$408
$40
$320
$1,702
$11

$1,693
$185
$2,485
$2,235
$465
$38
$169
$507
$105

$1,471
$0
$441
$2,362
$389
$36
$170
$729
$105

$1,329
$29
$756
$2,252
$412
$36
$170
$477
$446

$17,709
$202
$12,014
$25,024
$3,973
$369
$1,464
$3,772
$4,764

$1,712
$0
$534
$2,205
$274
$38
$191
$2,586
$202

$1,251
$0
$285
$919
$448
$36
($67)
$489
$566

$2,009
$0
$520
$1,999
$463
$36
$141
($206)
$82

$1,714
$42
$233
$2,373
$0
$38
$117
($156)
$587

$734
$0
$1,079
$3,144
$756
$36
$166
$335
$739

$573
$0
$261
$2,194
$311
$36
$134
$689
$410

$668
$0
$2,841
$1,528
$560
$36
$0
($85)
$157

$669
$8
$1,141
$2,239
$243
$37
$195
$845
$660

$1,324
$17
$1,500
$2,180
$119
$39
$65
$0
$145

$1,402
$39
$358
$2,021
$314
$35
$162
$97
$247

$1,348
$3
$1,942
$2,002
$115
($33)
$166
$0
$301

$1,460
($11)
$1,796
$2,216
$367
$35
$195
$0
$131

$15,884
$872
$9,137
$27,209
$3,322
$503
$2,385
$408
$3,458

$30,489
7%

$4,312
5%

$6,685
7%

$7,882
9%

$5,703
7%

$5,907
7%

$69,291
7%

$7,742
8%

$3,927
5%

$5,044
6%

$4,949
7%

$6,989
9%

$4,608
6%

$5,705
7%

$6,037
7%

$5,389
7%

$4,675
6%

$5,844
8%

$6,189
8%

$63,178
7%

$0
$1,509
$2,494
$16,310
$0
$365
$0
$4,976
$0
$190
$491
$4,150
$4,540
$0
$35,025
8%

$0
$0
$0
$3,262
$0
$126
$0
$270
$0
$0
$0
$830
$908
$0
$5,396
7%

$0
$1,509
$315
$3,262
$0
$239
$0
$1,205
$0
$30
$0
$830
$908
$0
$8,298
9%

$0
$0
$90
$6,524
$0
$0
$0
$912
$0
$0
$491
$830
$908
$0
$9,755
11%

$0
$0
$972
$0
$0
$0
$0
$770
$0
$80
$0
$830
$908
$1,000
$4,560
5%

$0
$0
$1,117
$3,262
$0
$0
$0
$1,819
$0
$80
$0
$830
$908
$1,000
$9,016
11%

$2,575
$3,331
$5,862
$49,104
$0
$2,429
$479
$13,656
$300
$1,630
$672
$10,020
$12,360
$18,071
$120,489
13%

$0
$0
$585
$3,262
$88
$23
$0
$1,545
$0
$88
$0
$833
$1,030
$1,365
$8,819
9%

$0
$0
$592
$0
$360
$0
$300
$1,207
$360
$3,262
$6,262
$3,262
$0
($3,250)
$334
$55
$89
$0
$279
$0
$0
$925
$2,175
$2,600
$0
$0
$0
$78
$183
$78
$40
$0
$185
$833
$833
$834
$1,030
$1,030
$1,030
$1,365
$1,165
$1,365
$8,167 $10,054 $10,640
11%
11%
15%

$0
($1,836)
$653
$3,262
$87
$0
$511
$2,221
$0
$78
$0
$833
$1,030

$0
$360
$822
$3,262
$88
$123
$0
$3,495
$0
$0
$0
$833
$1,030

$747
$715
$350
$3,262
$334
$0
$10
$300
$0
$103
$200
$833
$1,059

$0
$365
$350
$4,000
$335
$0
$0
$300
$0
$278
$0
$833
$1,030

$0
$355
$802
$4,970
$334
$63
$0
$300
$0
$378
$516
$833
$1,030

$241
$575
$1,172
$4,000
$334
$2,047
$0
$300
$0
$82
$0
$831
$1,030

$241
$76
$949
$6,300
$334
$0
$190
$349
$0
$78
$220
$904
$1,030

$241
$165
$1,525
$4,000
$334
$10
$0
$0
$0
$78
$207
$788
$1,030

$2,211
$7,056
$10,214
$36,538
$6,046
$646
$373
($1)
$300
$1,304
$2,217
$6,333
$15,855

$6,839
9%

$10,013
14%

$7,913
10%

$7,491
9%

$9,581
12%

$10,612 $10,671
13%
14%

$8,378
10%

$89,092
10%

Total Monthly Budget


After Cost of Goods Sold
% of Sales

$237,023
56%

$40,881
51%

$49,276
55%

$59,387
69%

$43,469
51%

$46,010
58%

$589,458
61%

$51,961 $46,759 $59,470 $42,840


51%
62%
67%
60%

$42,131
57%

$44,726 $34,101
63%
43%

$48,123
60%

$55,370
71%

$42,620 $49,971 $47,477


53%
65%
58%

$546,603
60%

Operating Profit
Net Profit Margin

$31,698
8%

$7,162
9%

$9,166
10%

($4,895)
-6%

$10,127
12%

$7,288
9%

($13,432)
-1%
($1,507)

$7,974
8%

$632
1%

$2,471
3%

($2,873) $13,979
-4%
18%

($2,067)
-3%

($9,324)
-12%

HOUSE ACCOUNT'S
Charges
Payments
Hs Accts Net Cash Defecit
House Accts. Past Due (over 30)

$4,673
$7,467
$2,794
$14,373

$6,346
$6,406
$60
$14,996

$7,070
$6,001
($1,069)
$14,854

$6,422
$7,836
$1,414
$13,699

$7,639
$6,789
($850)
$12,688

$5,703
$5,106
($6,568)
$10,280

$7,918
$3,579
($4,339)
$12,295

$6,048
$5,904
$4,064
$5,864
$5,258
$4,233
($184)
($646)
$169
$9,827 $10,255 $10,867

$5,995
$5,969
($26)
$10,162

$6,303
$4,714
$4,606
$5,443
($1,697)
$729
$8,812 $11,105

$5,671
$5,114
($557)
$10,939

GIFT CERTIFICATES
Gift Certificates Sold
Gift Certificates Redeemed
Net Cash Deficit
AVG LUNCH PER DAY

$2,358
$2,945
($587)
$523

$1,458
$1,941
($483)
$517

$1,493
$2,244
($751)
$493

$1,136
$3,754
($2,618)
$525

$1,018
$3,927
($2,909)
$599

$31,444
$34,199
($2,755)

$13,432
$2,274
$11,158
$860

$2,437
$1,698
$739
$555

$1,449
$3,172
($1,723)
$407

$1,606
$4,899
($3,293)

$1,650
$3,669
($2,019)

INDIRECT EXPENSES
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges (A&G)
Repairs and Maintenance
Utilities
Water & Sewer (In-Utilities)
Cable TV
Telephone (In-A&G)
Miscellaneous (A & G)
Office Expense & Supplies
Total Indirect Expenses
% of Total Sales
NON OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Insurance
Insurance - Property
Legal & Accounting (In-A&G)
Rent
Real Estate Taxes
Travel Expense (In-A&G)
Auto Expense (In-A&G)
Computer Services (In-A&G)
Corporate Taxes
Licenses
Corporate Contributions
Depreciation
Interest Expense
Management Expense
Total Non Operating Expenses
% Of Sales

($85)
0%

($7,358)
-8%

$2,207
$1,960
$247
$637

$1,480
$1,572
($92)
$451

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$1,970
$2,442
($472)

$6,415 ($13,635)
8%
-18%

$2,364
3%

$11,313
1%

$3,398
$3,448
$50
$9,928

$7,124
$6,599
$6,914
$4,889
$5,152
$6,190
($2,235) ($1,447)
($724)
$8,446 $11,939 $10,799

$80,305
$77,008
($3,297)
$8,504

$1,325
$1,759
($434)

$1,058
$1,683
$1,147
$4,350
$4,663
$4,015
($3,292) ($2,980) ($2,868)

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General Ledger Account
Days With Precipitaion
SALES
Sales - Food
% Of Sales
Sales - Wine
% Of Sales
Sales - Liquor
% Of Sales
Sales - Beer
% Of Sales
Sales Discounts/Misc
% Of Sales
Total Revenues

Downtonw Investments
Month 12
Dec-97

Month 11 Month 10 Month 9


Nov-97
Oct-97
Sep-97

Month 8
Aug-97

Month 7
Jul-97

Month 6
Jun-97

Month 5
May-97

Month 4
Apr-97

Month 3
Mar-97

Month 2
Feb-97

Month 1
Jan-97

14

15

11

10

12

11

$61,445
64%
$20,335
21%
$8,336
9%
$2,842
3%
$2,850
3%
$95,809

$52,985
65%
$15,961
20%
$7,555
9%
$2,332
3%
$2,423
3%
$81,257

$52,530
65%
$16,870
21%
$8,068
10%
$2,412
3%
$1,325
2%
$81,206

$48,880
67%
$14,965
20%
$6,685
9%
$1,769
2%
$877
1%
$73,177

$45,986
69%
$12,806
19%
$5,797
9%
$1,732
3%
$693
1%
$67,015

$44,239
67%
$13,653
21%
$5,515
8%
$1,941
3%
$770
1%
$66,119

$43,949
67%
$12,425
19%
$6,184
9%
$2,100
3%
$676
1%
$65,335

$54,658
70%
$14,622
19%
$6,107
8%
$2,358
3%
$737
1%
$78,483

$47,337
67%
$13,451
19%
$6,693
10%
$2,324
3%
$477
1%
$70,283

$52,824
69%
$14,766
19%
$6,649
9%
$2,445
3%
$364
0%
$77,049

$46,995
69%
$13,865
20%
$5,295
8%
$2,098
3%
$0
0%
$68,254

$54,834
67%
$15,763
19%
$7,255
9%
$2,456
3%
$1,478
2%
$81,787

77
43
119
313
806
1,278
2,636

30
50
136
334
828
1,286
2,664

78
77
189
464
1,177
1,881
3,866

14
56
109
307
709
1,159
2,354

13
58
138
320
714
1,220
2,463

0
37
136
295
701
1,074
2,243

14
52
120
311
749
1,162
2,408

74
60
161
394
1,388
1,831
3,908

16
49
50
356
762
1,215
2,448

36
45
54
318
733
1,126
2,312

68
49
52
339
864
1,159
2,531

29
42
52
289
807
1,177
2,396

$10,227
17%
$7,743
38%
$1,998
24%
$763
27%
$1,093

$22,709
43%
$9,659
61%
$2,351
31%
$1,201
52%
$363

$22,183
42%
$8,782
52%
$2,987
37%
$773
32%
$727

$18,437
38%
$5,381
36%
$3,126
47%
$839
47%
$724

$19,800
43%
$6,419
50%
$951
16%
$617
36%
$426

$18,335
41%
$5,691
42%
$1,753
32%
$1,136
59%
$831

$16,979
39%
$3,666
30%
$1,879
30%
$767
37%
$737

$20,928
38%
$7,159
49%
$2,522
41%
$1,192
51%
$373

$19,147
40%
$5,147
38%
$1,571
23%
$998
43%
$773

$20,258
38%
$5,229
35%
$2,196
33%
$1,073
44%
$397

$18,000
38%
$5,939
43%
$1,807
34%
$641
31%
$647

$20,980
38%
$5,217
33%
$1,979
27%
$1,025
42%
$588

Gross Profit

$21,825
23%
$73,984

$36,285
45%
$44,972

$35,454
44%
$45,752

$28,509
39%
$44,668

$28,214
42%
$38,801

$27,748
42%
$38,371

$24,029
37%
$41,306

$32,176
41%
$46,307

$27,637
39%
$42,646

$29,155
38%
$47,894

$27,035
40%
$41,219

$29,790
36%
$51,997

Gross Profit Margin %

77%

55%

56%

61%

58%

58%

63%

59%

61%

62%

60%

64%

INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT
Food
Wine
Liquor
Beer
Chianti Nites

$5,627
$21,001
$5,497
$969

$1,771
$20,370
$2,191
($314)
$365

$1,714
$19,561
$2,222
($314)
$483

$1,773
$20,439
$3,323
$332
$444

$1,885
$19,269
$2,091
$708
$600

$1,000
$17,270
$2,121
$965
$445

$1,501
$17,236
$2,123
$956
$260

$1,936
$19,514
$2,443
$965
$636

$2,517
$19,351
$3,816
$1,256
$496

$2,432
$18,112
$2,656
$965
$613

$2,603
$18,474
$2,635
$965
$295

$2,350
$16,758
$2,675
$356
$527

$2,600
$19,408
$2,578
$965
$682

% of Sales

$24,383
25%

$23,666
29%

$26,311
32%

$24,553
34%

$21,801
33%

$22,076
33%

$25,494
39%

$27,436
35%

$24,778
35%

$24,972
32%

$22,666
33%

$26,233
32%

SALES AND PROMOTION


Entertainment Dining (Mrk)
Live Entertainment (Mkt)
Advertising & Promotions
Comp/Employee Discount
Coupons - Mkt

$1,200
$600
$5,492
$319
$743

$0
$0
$949
$375
($703)

$0
$175
$2,807
$170
($911)

$0
$0
$1,679
$852
($98)

$0
$0
$1,076
$340
$511

$0
$174
$3,323
$249
$1,008

$0
$0
$2,745
$228
$595

$0
$25
$1,164
$217
$987

$0
$174
$4,700
$212
$1,037

$0
$0
$444
$236
$855

$0
$2,000
$240
$250
$746

$0
$227
$878
$256
$1,304

Total Cost of Promotions


% Of Sales

$8,354
9%

$621
1%

$2,241
3%

$2,433
3%

$1,927
3%

$4,754
7%

$3,568
5%

$2,393
3%

$6,123
9%

$1,535
2%

$3,236
5%

$2,665
3%

Overtime
Hostess
Management
Bar
Servers
Kitchen
Total Labor Hours
LABOR HOURS
COST OF SALES
Purchases - Food
Food Cost Margin
Purchases - Wine
Wine Cost Margin
Purchases - Liquor
Liquor Cost Margin
Purchases - Beer
Beer Cost Margin
Purchases - Misc., (Direct)
Total Cost of Sales

% of Sales

PAYROLL & RELATED


Officers Salaries
Wages
Payroll Taxes Summary
Insurance Workman's Comp
Insurance Health
Total Payroll

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General Ledger Account

Month 12
Dec-97

Month 11 Month 10 Month 9


Nov-97
Oct-97
Sep-97

Downtonw
Investments
Month 3 Month 2 Month 1

Month 8
Aug-97

Month 7
Jul-97

Month 6
Jun-97

Month 5
May-97

Month 4
Apr-97

Mar-97

Feb-97

Jan-97

DIRECT EXPENSES
Outside Services
Laundry & Cleaning
Supplies (Direct0OpSup)
Supplies, Other (Direct0OpSup)
Trash Removal
Equipment Rental

$2,570
$1,313
$1,779
$40
$349
$79

$993
$1,292
$1,146
$199
$349
$256

$1,565
$1,195
$1,468
$628
$349
$120

$1,670
$1,161
$575
$1,140
$349
$989

$1,030
$846
$726
$110
$349
$483

$1,068
$1,146
$868
$180
$349
$26

$1,032
$1,215
$425
$70
$364
$57

$4,528
$1,297
$1,787
$930
$349
$105

$1,484
$1,419
$1,471
$240
$349
$34

$1,529
$1,584
$1,074
$180
$349
$0

$1,816
$1,331
$1,085
$311
$349
$52

$1,168
$1,209
$783
$783
$349
$251

Total Direct Expenses


% of Total Sales

$6,130
6%

$4,235
5%

$5,325
7%

$5,884
8%

$3,544
5%

$3,637
6%

$3,163
5%

$8,996
11%

$4,997
7%

$4,716
6%

$4,944
7%

$4,543
6%

INDIRECT EXPENSES
Credit Card Commissions
Bank Charges (A&G)
Repairs and Maintenance
Utilities
Water & Sewer (In-Utilities)
Cable TV
Telephone (In-A&G)
Miscellaneous (A & G)
Office Expense & Supplies

$1,486
$5
($1,419)
$2,103
$108
$21
$155
$0
$367

$1,298
$42
$519
$2,084
$426
$54
$152
$0
$134

$1,403
$70
($2,798)
$2,066
$535
$52
$155
($273)
$106

$1,296
$231
$839
$1,949
$329
$52
$180
$274
$272

$1,323
$50
$3,965
$2,422
$607
$41
$225
($68)
$245

$1,353
$10
$1,141
$2,224
$220
$41
$210
$15
$499

$1,343
$19
$1,858
$2,104
$274
$0
$149
$295
$199

$1,476
$64
$1,339
$2,948
$198
$41
$105
$0
$535

$1,402
$103
$1,467
$1,300
$373
$83
$235
$1
$191

$1,455
$55
$651
$3,334
$245
$0
$173
$60
$279

$1,321
$125
$590
$2,301
$7
$39
$351
$0
$323

$728
$98
$985
$2,374
$0
$79
$295
$104
$308

$2,826
3%

$4,709
6%

$1,316
2%

$5,422
7%

$8,810
13%

$5,713
9%

$6,241
10%

$6,706
9%

$5,155
7%

$6,252
8%

$5,057
7%

$4,971
6%

$321
$845
$1,000
$4,000
($1,969)
$10
$0
($3,349)
$0
$228
$187
$668
$1,288

$241
$668
$537
$4,120
$623
$0
$10
$0
$0
$183
$532
$668
$1,045

$252
$368
$1,165
$3,000
$629
$10
$0
$0
$0
$78
$645
$668
$1,045

$251
$204
$425
$4,000
$579
$110
$211
$0
$0
$78
$122
$668
$1,045

$171
$219
$500
$4,000
$579
$0
$0
$0
$0
$78
$0
$668
$1,045

$125
$883
$1,098
$4,000
$746
$0
$0
$99
$0
$78
$150
$681
$1,048

$125
$720
$888
$4,000
$746
$27
$0
$53
$0
$103
$102
$464
$1,048

$125
$720
$673
$2,256
$1,143
$40
$0
$424
$0
$328
$42
$462
$1,020

$75
$720
$1,225
$0
$748
$153
$10
$584
$300
$78
$175
$462
$2,141

$53
$720
$791
$2,292
$751
$156
$0
$580
$0
$72
$42
$462
$1,689

$180
$309
$750
$2,435
$758
$0
$97
$626
$0
$0
$220
$462
$1,718

$292
$680
$1,162
$2,435
$713
$140
$45
$982
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,723

$3,229
3%

$8,627
11%

$7,860
10%

$7,693
11%

$7,260
11%

$8,908
13%

$8,276
13%

$7,233
9%

$6,671
9%

$7,608
10%

$7,555
11%

$8,172
10%

Total Monthly Budget


After Cost of Goods Sold
% of Sales

$44,922
47%

$41,858
52%

$43,053
53%

$45,985
63%

$43,342
65%

$45,088
68%

$46,742
72%

$52,764
67%

$47,724
68%

$45,083
59%

$43,458
64%

$46,584
57%

Operating Profit
Net Profit Margin

$29,062
30%

$3,114
4%

$2,699
3%

($1,317)
-2%

($4,541)
-7%

($6,717)
-10%

($5,436)
-8%

($6,457)
-8%

($5,078)
-7%

$2,811
4%

($2,239)
-3%

$5,413
7%

HOUSE ACCOUNT'S
Charges
Payments
Hs Accts Net Cash Defecit
House Accts. Past Due (over 30)

$4,148
$4,823
$6,403
$6,826

$5,897
$12,300
$4,746
$6,343

$3,192
$7,938
($5,899)
$4,132

$10,490
$4,591
($237)
$2,123

$6,638
$6,401
($1,572)
$9,249

$5,583
$4,011
($379)
$9,453

$8,053
$7,674
$1,390
$9,443

$4,002
$5,392
($2,300)
$10,099

$8,894
$6,594
($761)
$11,079

$6,335
$5,574
($1,566)
$10,995

$7,552
$5,986
($3,122)
$8,756

$13,669
$10,547

Total Indirect Expenses


% of Total Sales
NON OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Insurance
Insurance - Property
Legal & Accounting (In-A&G)
Rent
Real Estate Taxes
Travel Expense (In-A&G)
Auto Expense (In-A&G)
Computer Services (In-A&G)
Corporate Taxes
Licenses
Corporate Contributions
Depreciation
Interest Expense
Management Expense
Total Non Operating Expenses
% Of Sales

$13,552

GIFT CERTIFICATES
Gift Certificates Sold
Gift Certificates Redeemed
Net Cash Deficit
AVG LUNCH PER DAY

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www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
mailto:amgroup01@msn.com
717.731.8184 Phone
717.427-1621 Fax

Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
LANCASTER COUNTY CONVENTION,
CENTER AUTHORITY,
PENN SQUARE GENERAL CORPORATION,
The General Partner OF PENN SQUARE
PARTNERS, a Pennsylvania Limited
Partnership, and
THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
THE CITY OF LANCASTER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
MOLLY HENERSON, Commissioner, and,
RICHARD SHELLENBERGER,
Commissiner
Defendants

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AMICUS CURAE
REQUEST FOR REVIEW AND CONSIDERATIONS

The issues contained in the following Letter to the Editor (Lancaster New Era, Lancaster
Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster Sunday News), exemplify the reasons that the controversial
Lancaster County Convention Center has been polarizing the County of Lancaster and why the
Courts must exemplify an honorable duty to protect the best interest of all taxpayers of Lancaster
County.

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Corrupt Systems Breed Nothing But Corrupt Men; Mr. Don Totaro Is Accountable
Its always about the money. That has proven true throughout history and transcends all
political parties, all professions, all religions, and all elected officials. This County is starving for
honesty, integrity, leadership, and stewardship in the strongest sense of the words. The City and
Countys rich natural beauty, and rich historical landmarks are being compromised for the benefit
of a few. The real travesty is the innocent and honest hard-working Lancastrians that are trying
to right all of the wrongs.

The historical culture of this community is as old as this country, and

greed seems to have merit when it challenges preservation.

History cannot be duplicated,

replicated, or embellished. It can only be preserved or destroyed. All the money in world cannot
change that fact.
County government is broken and Mr. Totaro must be held accountable. There is no rule
of law, and it trickles down to the lowest levels of government officials and law enforcement
officers. When the stewards of County government are not held accountable for their thievery of
taxpayers monies, there is no sense of right and wrong.

Every time there are problems that

explode into allegations of wrongdoing, someone somewhere is unjustly enriched. And it appears
no one wants to ever follow the money trail of corruption. Cronyism is always the devil in the
details.
The controversies include but are not limited to the County Home, the Downtown
Lancaster Convention Center, the County Assessment Office missing check fiasco, the wholesale
dismantlement of department heads, the condemnation of the old Armstrong building at
Lancaster Square, the under funding of the Lancaster Library system, and the intolerance and
discrimination of minorities. There are laws that were enacted to protect the citizenry from these
types of misconduct, but Mr. Totaro turns a blind eye.
I have attended many Lancaster County Commissioners Meetings, and I am amazed at the
lack of integrity when it comes to fiscal affairs. Whether it is purchasing supplies and or capital
goods, or the selling of County property, lone bidders are the accepted norm.

It just doesnt

make economical sense, nor does not appear to be lawful. To make matters worse, business as
usual becomes the law of the land. If Mr. Totaro would even appear to be interested, it would
neutralize the excesses of abuse, and curb the malfeasance that leads to the fiascos that have
consumed the headlines of our daily newspapers on an almost daily basis.
The Downtown Lancaster Convention Center has been an eight year and an $8 million
dollar windfall for the attorneys; and a black eye for the City, the County, and all of the major

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stakeholders. And of course, all of the many struggling business that line the downtown streets
muddle through month by month subsidizing the failures of a few. With all of the potential of the
unique historical and architecturally beautiful buildings that were bestowed upon our leaders, it
just doesnt add up. Conflicts of interest are again ignored and accepted as business as usual.
The law firm of Stevens and Lee is a clear example. The County Commissioners have created an
environment that discourages even the best developers to sit idle, and the most sincere and
competent managers to become divisive. They must be scholars of Washington partisan politics,
which is a shame.
I spend many hours in the Lancaster County Prothonotary Office, and I have to continually
educate the clerks of the Pennsylvania Rules of Procedure.

This applies to both the Civil and

Criminal divisions. When I challenge the clerks on rules that are not within the scope of the law, I
request them to read the Rules. But it fall on deaf ears; and they always respond with quoting or
referencing the practices of a certain Lancaster County Judge. The Lancaster County Judges were
not elected to enact or interpret law according to their own self-serving interests. They are to
follow the law and its mandates while exemplifying a passion for the scales of justice.
Mr. Totaro has been in the Lancaster County District Attorneys Office since 1987, the
same tenure as the former solicitor of Lancaster County, Mr. John Espenshade; who recently
resigned engulfed in turmoil.
Everyone keeps waiting for a change with the Lancaster County Commissioners. I might
suggest a change in the Lancaster County District Attorneys Office.
Citizens for Government Study just might be a futile attempt.

The Lancaster County

Corruption with 3 County

Commissioners may yield the same results with five or seven elected Lancaster County
Commissioners.
Something has to change, or Lancaster will become something less than what it is or what
it could be.
Respectfully submitted,

Dated: September27,2007

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUOP

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Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
mailto:amgroup01@msn.com
717-731-8184 Phone
717-427-1621 Fax

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
LANCASTER COUNTY CONVENTION,
CENTER AUTHORITY,
PENN SQUARE GENERAL CORPORATION,
The General Partner OF PENN SQUARE
PARTNERS, a Pennsylvania Limited
Partnership, and
THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
THE CITY OF LANCASTER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER,
MOLLY HENERSON, Commissioner, and,
RICHARD SHELLENBERGER,
Commissiner
Defendants

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, do hereby certify that on this 20" day of September
2006, I served a true and correct copy of the foregoing AMICUS CURAE REQUEST FOR
REVIEW AND CONSIDERATIONS via electronic mail and via U.S. First Class mail, postage
prepaid, addressed as follows:
Finningham, Stevens & Dempster
5 Neshaminy Interplex
Suite 315
Trevose, PA 19053
Holland & Knight, LLP
2099 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 100
Washington, D.C. 20036
Lancaster County Commissioners
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

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