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NPPL 2001 Organizational Meeting

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2000 World Cup Income and Expense Statement
by Jerry Braun

The following Income and Expense Statement for the 2000 World Cup was presented by Jerry Braun at the NPPL 2001 Organizational Meeting
Revenue Expenses Capital Expenditures
5 Man Teams
(153 @ $600)
91800 Prize Money 4500 Netting 13750
5 Man Teams
(25 @ $100)
2500 Air 21700 Poles, Etc. 10150
10 Man Teams
(11 @ $2350)
25850 5 Man Field Judges 11800 Electric: 12400
10 Man Teams
(105 @ 1750)
183750 10 Man Field Judges 21200 Steel Container 2800
Trade: 7000 10 Man Ultimates 1350 Field Tubing 23150
Program 4300 Rent: L. King & S Atkins 31000
Misc 11500 Machinery & Equipment 12550
Set Up Costs 8150
Maintenance Staff 7000
Judges Food 4850
Industry Coordinator 20000
Sanitation 4400
Patches 2150
Compound Staff 3500
Office Staff 8500
Security 4500
Tents, Tables & Chairs 14850
Toilets 14850
Radio Rental 1750
Brochure 1850
Mailing & Telephone 1500
Program 6750
Freight 2250
Insurance 850
Electric Maintenance 5000
Airfare 1850
2001 Entry Fee Prizes 5850
Industry Party 2350
Misc 2500
389700 259350 62250

Net Profit: 130350
From which 62250 went into capital improvements leaving 68100 cash.

Ground Zero, Ground Zero Gold, & Ground Zero Silver cash outlay (including swaps of entry fees) amounted to more than 75000.

Editor's Notes:
At the meeting, Jerry Braun commented that no percentage was taken of paint sales. 

Companies selling paint had to sponsor a field ($3,500 Sup-Air, $4,100 Hyperball, plus $5,000 in products for prizes).
Last minute changes in judges available caused judging expenses to be higher than expected.

Nets being blown down by wind required heavy equipment rental costs to be higher than expected, keeping equipment on site during the event to handle repairs.

Electric maintenance costs were due to electrical requirements being greater than expected.


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