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2/1/2009 5:09 PM
 

I think it would be great to have a series of shows that focus on the Economy of Skydiving, where we can hear a variety of guests discuss both why they feel there are so many dropzones and other skydiving related business closing, as well as what we can do (and what is being done) to help the industry grow no matter what is thrown our way.

Many great guest potentials have already been suggested here.  Skydiving Magazine, Cal City Skydiving, and Carolina Sky Sports have all made it into the forums as requests.

What about some guests who are not directly in the news today because of economical reasons, but instead have helped our sport become what it is today, many of these suggestions have been on the show before, but what about bringing them on specifically to talk about economics and how it's effecting them?

Some ideas:

  • Bill Booth from Relative Workshop United Parachute Technologies
  • Ted Strong from Strong Enterprises.
  • A representative of the USPA
  • Sangiro, founder of  Dropzone.com
  • Bill Kitchen, the founder and designer of the first SkyVenture wind tunnel - or perhaps current operational overseers.

Perhaps this would be a good subject to ask listeners to leave Voice Mails about their own opinions of why we are where we are today and where we are going?

-Matt Christenson


http://www.RealDropzone.com - A new breed of dropzone management software.
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