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Transcript: Marketing Objectives Thank You! Questions? SWOT Analysis Mid-Term Strategies Time Frame: June 1-December 31, 2013 Objectives Addressed: 1. To grow paying attendance for 2013 to 20,000 (from the 2012 number of 13,561). 2. To leverage the 100th year anniversary of the Lincoln Highway to increase foot traffic to the Classic Car Collection. 3. To have at least 20% of the visitors from the young adults market segment. 4. To better promote the prestige and quality of the overall collection. Strategies: 1. Display a strong presence at Lincoln Highway Centennial event 2. Develop a strategic plan to strengthen relationship with Cabela’s 3. Reach out to young and middle-aged adults via social events Mid Term Cost: $2,085.00 Timeframe: April 25 - May 31, 2013 Objectives Addressed: 1.To grow paying attendance for 2013 to 20,000 (from the 2012 number of 13,561) 3.To have at least 20% of the visitors from the young adults market segment 4.To better promote the prestige and quality of the overall collection Strategies: 1.Create the Classic Car Collection sign on site to be more prominent and noticeable 2.Work with different UNK events to leverage the UNK population or a younger crowd Short-Term Cost: $1,330.00 CCC Objectives Presented by: Jacey Schultheiss, Samantha Seina, Rachelle Smydra, & Justin Vogel 1.To grow paying attendance for 2013 to 20,000 (from the 2012 number of 13,561). 2.To leverage the 100th year anniversary of the Lincoln Highway to increase foot traffic to the Classic Car Collection. 3.To have at least 20% of the visitors from the young adults market segment. 4.To better promote the prestige and quality of the overall collection. Long-Term Strategies Time Frame: January 1 – December 31, 2014. Objective Addressed: 4. To better promote the prestige and quality of the overall collection. Strategies: 1. Fundraising 2. School programs/education programs 3. Maintaining sustainable growth through building relationships Long Term Cost: $1,675.00 Secondary Research Market Analysis Competition in the area Segmentation/Target Market Sales Forecast Short-Term Strategies Marketing Recommendations Not much for Car Collections specifically Overview of Museum/zoos/parks/etc. Projected 4-year annual ticket sales increase by 4% annually Focus on Local/Tourist customers & Marketing Importance of donations/local support Opportunities with Technology


Transcript: 1969 Camaro Z/28 History of Camaro Good mileage Z/28 Emblem Genuine interior/ popular paint combo Aluminum Engine 1969 ZL1 Camaro VIN Information Color/ Interior Combo's special 302 cubic inch V8 with =~ HP rating of 350 and an official rating of 290 dual exhausts, special front and rear suspension heavy-duty radiator & temperature-controlled fan quick ratio steering 15 x 7-inch Rally wheels four-speed manual transmission power disc brakes were additional mandatory options Posi-Traction rear axle- recommended T.S. =~ 120 mph 4th & 5th digit: Body Type Number: 37 = Sport Coupe (1967-69) 67 = Convertible (1967-69) 87 = Sport Coupe (1970-71) 6th digit: Last digit of model year:7 = 1967, 8 = 1968, 9 = 1969, 0 = 1970, 1 = 1971 Vin Information (2) Rare ZL-1 Camaro with a 427 cubic inch V8 that had an aluminum block and three two-barrel carburetors. 69 of these 425 horsepower as factory experimental racers. This car is equipped with a Traco-modified 305 cubic inch V8 engine, basically like the ones prepared for the Trans Am racers. Horsepower is estimated to be in excess of 500. It is also equipped with a five-speed manual transmission that was not offered on the factory cars. Ford introduced the Mustang on April 17, 1964 Also created a new segment, the pony car Chevrolet didn't have a similar car, and Ford, big hold on market as Chevy, Pontiac and Plymouth fought to catch up. The first Camaro, in 1967, offered either a V6 or V8 engine, convertible or sport coupe styling. The car was a hit; more than 230,000 were sold. Still offered in coupe or convertible forms, Camaro sold a total of more than 230,000 cars during the 1969 model year. Package Options Z/28s wore Goodyear wide tread (for the time) E70-15 tires that were on seven-inch rims. The Z/28 was not available as a convertible, because Chevrolet only needed the coupe for Trans Am racing. 1969 gave Camaros a longer and lower look Smooth to more highly sculptured, Simulated vertical air slots were positioned ahead of the rear wheels. Chevrolet added an egg-crate grille in 1969 optional small rear spoiler and fog lights Other modifications from standard are a custom steering wheel, seats Black Standard Collectors' Car Code Color 711 Black 712 Black 713 Black 715 Blue 716 Blue 718 Red 719 Red 721 Green 722 Green 723 Green 725 Green 727 Ivory 729 Black Headlight washers, which operated by vacuum like windshield wipers, were a feature only offered on the 1969 Camaro Roger Penske/ Mark Donohue won the SCCA's Trans Am series championship the 2nd title with Camaro Had the best handling of pony cars in the era Color/ Interior Combo's Black Houndstooth By Paul Gonzalez Wayne's 1969 Camaro Z/28 VERY Fast Package Options (2) 1 = Chevrolet 2 = Camaro 4 = V8 (1967-69 with standard interior) 37 = Sport Coupe (1967-69) 9 = 1969 N = Norwood, Ohio 560130 = Production Number 1969 Z/28 in 1969 = $3,588 1969 Z/28 in 2011 = $70,000 1969 ZL1 in 1969 = $7,200 1969 ZL1 in 2011 = $480,000 Black Custom #124379N560130 (3) 7th digit: Letter indicating assembly plant L = Van Nuys, California, N = Norwood, Ohio 8th through 12th digits: Sequential production number starting with 100001. VIN info from 1967 - 1971 were in the same format. The breakdown is as follows: 1st digit: GM Line number: Chevrolet = 1. 2nd digit: Series number: Camaro = 2 3rd digit: Model/Engine number: 3 = 6-cylinder (1967-69 with standard interior) , 4 = V8 (1967-69 with standard interior) 5 = 6 cylinder (1967 - 69 with custom interior) , 6 = V8 (1967 - 69 with custom interior) 1967 1968 1969 --------------------- --------------------- ----------------------- Use Use Use Color Code (%) Color Code (%) Color Code (%) ------------------- ---- ------------------- ---- ------------------- --- Tuxedo Black A 3.0 Tuxedo Black A 1.5 Tuxedo Black 10 2.0% Ermine White C 10.0 Ermine White C 9.0 Butternut Yellow 40 1.0 Nantucket Blue D 5.0 Grotto Blue D 6.0 Dover White 50 7.5 Deepwater Blue E 3.5 Fathom Blue E 1.0 Dusk Blue 51 4.0 Marina Blue F 10.5 Island Teal F 2.5 Garnet Red 52 7.0 Granada Gold G 12.0 Ash Gold G 9.5 Glacier Blue 53 4.0 Mountain Green H 3.5 Grecian Green H 3.0 Azure Turquoise 55 2.0 --- Rallye Green J 4.5 Fathom

Car PowerPoint

Transcript: So many choices! What are all of these rates? MSRP Invoice/Dealer Cost Gas Options to consider: Create a budget Does the rate really make a difference? Step 2 – Now that you know your budget, it’s time to consider what car fits into it! First time Auto Buyer Principal – The price of the car you are purchasing. Interest – The percentage of the loan that you pay for being provided a loan. Term – The amount of time you have to pay back your loan. I’m buying my first car! Where do I start? Current gas prices- $4.02 per gallon Average gas mileage is 25 mpg. A trip to Seattle and back will cost you $48.25 just in gas! Often one year old cars are 20%-30% cheaper Higher insurance fees, higher DMV fees Some may still be under the factory warranty- More reliable than they’ve ever been Certified used cars History of a car can be easily traced sometimes, but not always. Negotiate First, see what you can afford Be sure to consider all expenses Pick the right car for you Preapprove and prequalify before you buy Explore your financing options Buy the car at the right price How does the term affect my payments? Invoice- Includes dealer cost, and will often include the same information as the MSRP. Budget Example Prequalify and Preapprove I’m preapproved! Step 3 – How are you going to pay for it? Pay Cash Finance Buying a New Car Prime- The lowest rate that money can be borrowed commercially Fixed- An amount that will not change, no matter if prime goes up or down Variable-The interest amount can change, depending on what prime is Step 4 – know what your car is worth Buying a Used Car Average price for car insurance for teenagers is $1200.00 per year Financed Vehicles must have full coverage Possible discounts What makes up my payment? Financing or paying cash? Include all of your expenses Be realistic Consider additional costs Car maintenance averages $65 a month Some months you may pay nothing, and others you may pay hundreds What is the car’s value? “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” -Benjamin Franklin Are you able to make the monthly payments? Have you been employed for 6 months or more? Do you have credit history? How many other loans do you have? Payment history, available credit, credit history, mix of credit Level of debt- 35% Cosigner? Down payment? Key points to remember: Step 1 – See what you can afford Have never purchased a car before Often have little to no credit Are often considered a “risky” lender What kind of car should I get? I found a great car for me, now what? MSRP-Manufacturers suggested retail price; the suggested price of the car. Remember, it is a SUGGESTED retailers price, you should not expect to pay it GAP Insurance -When your car is totaled, and the value of your car is less than the insurance covers Extended Warranty For example, if you find a car for $15,000 and finance it with an interest rate of 6% fixed.... Insurance Why does the term matter so much? Maintenance Watch out for rebates and incentives Look on KBB for fair market value Negotiate for the lowest price Read everything before you buy Inspect your car before you drive it off the lot How does the term affect my total cost? I know what I can afford, now what? How many passengers? How often and how far will you be driving? What fits into my budget? Used or New? Can help you find the value of your car Have your own mechanic check it out

#1. Classic Car

Transcript: #37. A Dog: 45 Speed Limit Sign #32: This image has Leading lines. #1. Classic Car #9. Someone Appears Tiny: I oddly had a lot of known friends with tattoo's so I chose some of them. #38. RUSTY LOCKERS: #23. Person Wearing a HAT: contrast, texture & camera angle It may not look like it but use your imagination! I truly believe it looks like an elephant//dog.This image shows Contrast. #8. UnexpEcted Reflection: #34. It's not a Davidson but the group were nice people. They looked tough and all but the peace sign confused me at the end. This picture has Rule of Thirds. #40. Self- pOrtrait: #20. Camera: #24. Policeman in Uniform: camera angle, leading & D.O.F -L.L - Contrast - Maybe Rule of 3rd's. I love blue and green and these represented it pretty good. Plus it symbolically means freedom to me. I take care of children at my church so these images were easy to capture. Abandoned Building: This photo has the D.O.F element. This picture represents the meaning of leading lines, camera angle and contrast. #18. A TATTOO! Harley-Davidson & Pose #29.: This picture shows texture & pattern. The element I see in this image is leading lines. This image was taken in P.V. and it has D.O.F, contrast, and camera angle. #35. Child Giggles: #19. Your Favorite Color. I have random mirror balls in my room and it's still there since Christmas I like them. This image was taken at Long Beach. They are old cuute. This picture has Rule of Thirds, Leading lines, and D.O.F. This is also in Long Beach and it used to be a restaurant. The elements I see are leading lines to the sign and pattern due to the windows. Framing, camera angle &contrast. texture, contrast &camera angle. #21. Wild Animal Photo Scavenger Hunt: Itzel Aguilar Period.4 Feb 14, 2014 Shows Texture & D.O.F I think this image has camera angle. It was so big and I couldn't take the framing I wanted for this awesome staircase. . contrast & camera angle #7. Candid Photo #5. Spiral Staircase #10. That Animal Cloud Life: This image has camera angle because they were in a higher level from where I was. This picture represents the elements Rule of Thirds & Leading Lines This picture has Camera Angle and Rule of Thirds.

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