JACK ANDREWS: OK. And then just you mentioned, you know, different possibilities of if you need
to, you know, raise capital, debt equity, et cetera. Do you have a particular preference at this
point in time?
MARK LAYTON: I dont think we have a preference. I mean, I think, you know,
we have had and will
have discussions with people as you know, general interest discussions in terms of that. You
know, clearly, as Ive stated, you know, a couple questions ago in there, we see a lot of value in
this. Access to working capital is an important component for any business to be able to grow and
expand. And its no different for us. And to the extent that the right deal comes along and we
believe that as a you know, myself and our board feel that its an appropriate investment for
the long-term, you know, value and benefit of the business, then those are things that well do.
Whether it comes as debt or equity, I think were open to either side at this point.
JACK ANDREWS: OK, thanks very much.
THOMAS MADDEN: Thank you.
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Mr. Layton, there appears to be no more questions.
MARK LAYTON: OK, we appreciate everybodys time this morning and questions. And well talk to you
again next quarter. Take care.
OPERATOR: This concludes todays conference call. You may now disconnect.