Gaylord will continue to own and operate the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium and other attractions as taxable REIT subsidiaries. Nothing will change at these iconic assets of the Nashville community, and Gaylord is fully committed to maintaining the legacy of these historic attractions. As a REIT, the Company will adjust its investment approach on the Aurora, Colorado hotel and convention center project. The Company will no longer view large scale development as a means for growth and will not proceed with the Colorado project in the form previously anticipated. The Company will re-examine how the project could be completed with minimal financial commitment by Gaylord during the development phase. This examination will be undertaken with investor expectations at the forefront and the Company will keep investors informed as the process evolves. By year-end, the Company plans to issue its shareholders a special, one-time taxable dividend of its undistributed earnings and profits, after receiving a private letter ruling from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Based on its preliminary analysis, the Company estimates the amount of the earnings and profits distribution to total approximately $415 to $450 million. Gaylord intends to pay 80 percent of the dividend in shares of Gaylord common stock and 20 percent in cash. The Company expects to incur approximately $55 million in one-time conversion, transaction and severance expense. The sale of the management company and the brand to Marriott International is subject to closing conditions, including the approval by Gaylord’s shareholders of proposals that will facilitate becoming a REIT, lender consent to amendments to Gaylord’s credit facility, and other customary conditions and regulatory approvals. Gaylord expects to hold a special meeting of stockholders in the third quarter of 2012 for the purpose of voting on shareholder proposals that will facilitate becoming a REIT, amendments to its Certificate of Incorporation or other restructuring. Gaylord will file a proxy statement or other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which will describe the proposals and the REIT conversion.