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ACC forecast right on money

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

It's almost astounding how close the numbers are. When exploring the idea of expanding from nine members to 12 a few years ago, ACC officials predicted additional revenue would allow the existing conference members to at least break even financially despite sharing with three additional schools. Tax returns on guidestar.org show how right they were. (Charlotte Observer)

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