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Jeremy Lappen interview at AOL Fanhouse

By Zach Arnold | July 31, 2008

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Expanding upon comments he made to us in our interview with him last week, Elite XC’s Jeremy Lappen was interviewed by Michael David Smith and asked about what the future direction of the company is.

In short, Mr. Lappen believes that the company is on the right track:

Yeah, I think we’re doing very well as far as accomplishing our goals. I mean when you start a business, any business, you’re going to have a period of time before you’re profitable. We spent money on acquisitions and building stars, and those are investments in the future. Things are going well.

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One Response to “Jeremy Lappen interview at AOL Fanhouse”

  1. Ivan Trembow says:

    Well, they’re better off in the long run without Gary Shaw as the public face of the company, and the attempts to blame the decreased interest in the second CBS show on “a lack of Gary Shaw” are comical. But still, if they ever lose the CBS deal, that could be it for the company.


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