My Favorite Quotes
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 Eddie Gossage - “We didn't want things to get out of hand.”
 Eddie Gossage - “We dusted ourselves off and stayed in the game. It was a lot like being a pro expansion team. You go through some bad years, but you stick with it and stay the course.”
 Eddie Gossage - “It's had to believe it's been 10 years.”
 Eddie Gossage - “In those 10 years, we've watched the Cowboys go through four of the six head coaches they've had in their 46-year history.”
 Eddie Gossage - “There are all sorts of things that you can do during non-race times to help pay the rent. We've had eight different things going on at once where people were renting the track. If you drove by, it would largely look like the place was quiet, that the grass was just growing. But we use this place all year long.”
 Howard Gossage - “The real fact of the matter is that nobody reads ads. People read what interest them, and sometimes it's an ad.”
 Howard Gossage - “If you have a lemon, make lemonade.”
 Eddie Gossage - “We would love to have the championship race, but I would never lead any kind of public charge to get it, and I have never asked for it. And I don't anticipate that it will leave Homestead Fla..”
 Eddie Gossage - “NASCAR's new testing policy for the Cup series may be beneficial for teams, but for the speedways, it is a lost promotional opportunity.”
 Howard Gossage - “The buying of time or space is not the taking out of a hunting license on someone else's private preserve but is the renting of a stage on which we may perform.”
 Eddie Gossage - “They've only taken the first step on the climb up Mount Everest. It's a long, steep climb, but give them credit for wanting to do it right. Just because they're champions in football doesn't necessarily mean it will be an easy road in NASCAR Nextel Cup racing. I think they are aware of that.”
 Howard Gossage - “To explain responsibility to advertising men is like trying to convince an eight-year-old that sexual intercourse is more fun than a chocolate ice cream cone.”
 Howard Gossage - “I long for the day when advertising will become a business for a grown man.”