Watching CNN and seeing the unemployment rate jump to 7.4% nationally and 10.6% for Michigan, it's mind blowing. So what are you doing to help? Buying? Hiring? More education? Cutting rates to help customers? I employ two people, and hope I can provide one or two more jobs this spring. One of my techs is struggling right now due to getting the unemployment run around. I started having him working at the shop parttime yesterday and will end up paying him for a lot of BS work, just so I know he will be around mid-March when I need him. I'll even have him work at my home on a few little projects soon. I will also on a case by case basis, offer a break to some longtime customers when I deem fit. One landscaper I work with has said they will not be getting their regular H2B guys this year. Or any for that matter. That means they will have to train all new guys. Which will slow things down and lower quality until they learn. They are also cutting crews and going to one major crew and one small job crew. This company has nothing going right now either, but is keeping their three main guys working at the shop and yard, just to make sure they have a job and will return. So any plans for stimulating the economy in your plans? Buy locally? Hire and expand? Anything?