CHRISTINA KIM: No, I'm not at a loss for words. I'm just trying to find the right words to say. Times are changing, though, you know, and let's say we have a huge increase in purses, but let's say the economy has gotten that much better. Where if you were to compare our purses to the economy now versus purses to the economy then, if they're comparable then we haven't succeeded. If we can become a household name, and if people say, Oh my God, is that, fill in name here, while you're walking down the street, that would be a sign of success.
If everyone knew what the LPGA was and knew of it as more than just a bunch of ladies chasing around a little white ball, if they knew it was more than that, if they knew about the entertainment factor and the things we do outside of golf, I think that would be a huge thing. But things like purses and TV time, I think those are just material things, you know, and those are things, just the ebb and flow of life. If the economy gets better, hopefully our purses will get better.
And there's nothing wrong with Pro Ams, because Pro Ams are great. You can meet a lot of new people.
PAUL ROVNAK: Thank you.
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