TOUCHDOWN: Never mind the recession. Operators in Tampa Bay are experiencing revenue increases right now because of Sunday's Super Bowl. Hopefully this will also lead to new clients who loved their rides and will book and refer more in the future. It takes quite a bit of clout to get the NFL to come to your city, and the same is true of other major events. You may not have that clout but might be providing transportation for people who do. Or it might take spending more of your free time at notable charity events, Chamber of Commerce meetings, etc. It might also mean looking outside the box. There might be smaller events happening nearby that you never dreamed of providing transportation to, but could add up during a time of deficit. Being creative and open to possibilities is priceless. -- J.L.
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