JAY MONAHAN: First of all, obviously thrilled that we're announcing today that we are extending through 2006. My wife and I moved three months ago within the area. So if I had to move again, I think it I would have been in big trouble at home.
But most importantly I think, as Seth said, for the bank, for everyone associated with the event, our sponsors, volunteers, our staff, everyone has worked so hard to make certain that we have one of the very special events on the PGA TOUR. And for the bank to make this announcement today is a reflection that we are, if not there, we are headed in the right direction and I think we will continue to grow. This is going to be a destination for the players and this is going to be the best event on the PGA TOUR, and that's what the next two years will allow us to do and hopefully beyond that as well.
The second part of your question? Yes, we are Labor Day every single -- certainly for the next two years, we'll be finishing on Monday Labor Day. Again, that's another unique element to our event and something we're proud of. I think you'll see tomorrow particularly with the leaderboard developing the way it is, that this Monday finish is going to be a real asset for this championship.
JAY MONAHAN: I just looked outside the window now and I looked at play this morning starting at 9:30, I think this is working. Last year our numbers on Monday. We trended up all week long into Monday. I expect that to certainly be the case tomorrow, given what we see on the leaderboard.
JAY MONAHAN: We are at 25,000 people a day and that's where we will be today and tomorrow. I think going forward just like we did last year and as Seth alluded to, we'll assess every single element of this championship and determine whether or not we're going to go higher than that.
But clearly we want to get -- we want to make this as a comfortable environment as we possibly can, as exciting an environment as we possibly can. I think that we are there. I don't know if, you know, the question is, whether adding additional people will take away from that, and I'm not -- at this point we are pretty comfortable with where we are.
JAY MONAHAN: He's certainly been a part of this decision today, and you know, last year's record-setting charitable performance is something that he was thrilled with. I know he's been thrilled with everything he's seen out here to date.
And as he said to you all yesterday, we're trying to make a real connection with the community, and that's why this decision today that's announced through 2006 has been made. And I would expect that given what we are all doing for his foundation that this is something that will be on his calendar for years to come.
JAY MONAHAN: The towns of Norton and Mansfield have been absolutely fantastic. And it started from the minute we finished our event last year, you can see with the event this year, we have upgraded our parking through great effort and great support through both towns. They asked us to come to a joint meeting at the end of the event last year and essentially asked us a question, how can we help. We delivered three or four things that we needed help with; they delivered them back to us. They really have taken an active interest in keeping this event here. So I would expect that there would be a lot of happy faces around both towns, and we thank the towns for all they have done for us.