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Ticket Decline Leads To Drop In Overall Revenue For SMI In '13
Published March 5, 2014
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SMI President & COO Marcus Smith said that “tough economic conditions” continue to challenge the company. He expects SMI's performance to improve next year because of reduced costs. Smith added, “We are optimistic that attendance and other event-related revenue trends are continuing to stabilize.” SMI projects that total revenue for this fiscal year will be flat with the last two years at $475-500M.