My Favorite Quotes
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 Vince Carl - “I've had little kids come up to me on the street and hand me a dollar. Each one helps.”
 Stephen Carl - “Today's earnings reports obviously didn't sit well, and buyers reacted as if the light at the end of the tunnel is getting further away instead of closer.”
 George Carl - “A distressing gap exists between the public's expectations for retirement and the reality.”
 George Carl - “Developers must look at integrated impacts that do not stop at the boundary lines of their properties.”
 Vince Carl - “It's an eyesore. I want it gone, and I'd like to be able to expand the park at the same time.”
 Vince Carl - “I used to coach soccer here. And during the season, this place is an absolute zoo. It's really ugly trying to park, and this should help with some of that.”
 Vince Carl - “There weren't a whole lot of folks who wanted it. Now it's our opportunity to add 3 acres to the park.”
 Stephen Carl - “There was a lot of positive news today but we can't have just one good day. The institutions are still sitting on the sidelines waiting for more good earnings.”
 George Carl - “Your grandchild understands that money can grow with something called interest. That's a powerful concept for a 5-year-old.”
 George Carl - “Normally, Collectables will reissue or repackage past projects of well-known artists in every style of music. However, occasionally they will discover a new artist and solicit them for a record deal. That's what happened to us.”
 Wayne Carl - “People come in one door and out the other, and it's like that all day long.”
 George Carl - “We've produced CDs of our own over the years. But this is a real record contract. Collectables is taking the risk.”
 George Carl - “Dennis saw our Web site, and doo-wop music is a hot commodity on the East Coast. With our contract, Collectables will license, manufacture, advertise, promote and distribute the album. We then get a percentage of every piece sold.”
 George Carl - “One of the ways to chip away at the financial literacy problem in our country is to get to the kids early and let them develop positive behaviors and attitudes.”
 George Carl - “Financial literacy is not an end in itself, but a step-by-step process. It begins in childhood and continues throughout a person's life all the way to retirement. Instilling the financial-literacy message in children is especially important, because they will carry it for the rest of their lives. The results of the survey are very encouraging, and we want to do our part to make sure all children develop and strengthen their financial-literacy skills.”
 George Carl - “At my age, 62, I have no grand illusions about a career in show business. But after all these years, this is a wonderful trophy. I really feel terrific about it. This says a real and legitimate record company values our work.”