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Old 01-05-2012, 06:06 AM   #1
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All of you average joes how did you guys make it possible to keep a place to race open. I just dont understand with how much properties are now and how much rent is these days its possible. Any inside tips would be greatly appreciated.

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pencil and paper make quick and easy work out of it
the basic numbers can be calculated on the back of a business card
it's all the little stuff that nickle and dimes people to death
the same approach should be taken toward income, maximize every opportunity

same as any business
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