Been out talking to my customers, seeing what type of returning customer base we're having this year. I was a little nervous, being so far north that I read alot of you southern guys have had issues getting contracts / agreements renewed, and I knew I had to raise prices this year. Everything you hear on the radio, TV, read here and elsewhere on the internet talks about how people have to tighten their belt, cut costs. Well... I said heck with it. If I lose some properties, it's probably a good thing, because I'm sort of overbooked anyways. I've been raising the monthly accounts between 6 and 15%. So far 85% of my clients are on board again, with another 7% saying "they don't seen an issue, but have to run it in front of the board". Another 4% didn't say anything, I just left the new bid with the secretary / front office gal. Then there's still 2-3 companies that I haven't been in contact with yet, those are meetings that are set up for this week, so we'll see how things go. Just wanted to give some of you guys hope that maybe there's still hope you can raise prices.