Then I will comment on the sale of the Titanic assets before turning the call over to Michael Little our Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. Overall I am pleased with the progress we've made in streamlining our exhibition business to position the company for profitable ongoing operations following the sale of the Titanic assets. This past year was difficult as we reorganized and restructured to realign our headcount to focus more on revenue generation and put the company in position to maximize opportunities available with our legacy properties. I am also pleased with how our professionals have executed on various Titanic initiatives to expand our revenue opportunities and take advantage of the publicity, the 100 th anniversary of the Titanic sailing and sinking has generated.Our calendar for Titanic exhibitions is full for the foreseeable future and the exhibition will visit Dallas, Fort Worth, Kansas City, Detroit, San Diego, Houston, Bangkok, Thailand and a number of other cities during the current fiscal year, all of which will complement our permanent installations in Las Vegas, in Orlando. In Orlando we are just beginning to exploit the opportunities inherent in this prime tourist destination market with our current attendance trends generating revenue that exceeds what the exhibit was generating prior to our acquisition.
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