Yes, but it was very different. We were trying to roll up a number of agencies into one larger entertainment company. Our aim was to use Wilhelmina as the platform and then to add other agencies around the world. We had two or three other agencies in the US. We had a few in Europe and even a couple in Asia and Australia.
We wanted to market across disciplines. For example, Shaq (O'Neal) is a basketball player, but he has also been in movies, he has a record, and he was into a line of clothing. Our model was to do that--across product lines, and across the industry.
At the time, the rolled up company was valued at about $110 million, and Wilhelmina was valued at $25 million.
A lot has changed, and I will try to compare notes when the annual report comes out in a few weeks.