Concession Stand Case Study

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As shown in section above, our total annual cost is $58,400 which is the sum of two identical events that are estimated to cost $29,200. Fortunately, we will be having a concession stand throughout each event that is estimated to bring in $3,000 in revenue, lowering the total cost to $26,200; thus yielding to a total cost of $52,400 per year. For which Tenet Healthcare will be disbursing $32,400, hoping to receive the remaining $20,000 from the Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

As seen in the budget figure, we have a calculated contingency of up to $3,000 that can cover the variance of projected revenue from our concession stand, as well as any other possible emergency.

Our advertising cost is fairly small since we are mainly
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