We opened the office end of last week and scheduled solo visits for staff to gather important tools and personal belongings. Wasn’t safe to be there together and so we waved and offered support through the locked glass door. The streets are deserted and our usually robust building in Times Square area was empty as well. Good thing, I gather, as it is not the time to share elevators. Tour and travel industry statistics are grim. Arival estimates that if the virus keeps tour/travel closed for three months 43% will not have the resources to reopen. Should closures ramp to six months, 62% will never return. The horror of a year of lock down will result in 75% of our industry dying away. I have no intention of this fate for my fleet and team. We are forging ahead with plans, research, leading our industry and exploring every means of survival. We are Prevost fighters! I have an interview with CNBC this afternoon about how we are planning to triage in this war against the virus. One forward looking way is to retool my motor coach from the world’s only traveling theatre to the world’s only traveling newsroom. I can get network and cable spokespeople safely around the town and with my state-of-the-art experience delivery platform (EDP) we can connect them safely with people on the street for safe interviews and breaking on-the-spot news. Stay tuned . . .