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Published on June 17, 2007

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Slide1:  TORINO 2006 OLYMPIC CAPABILITIES THE TARGET COMPANIES:  THE TARGET COMPANIES Founded in 1978 Headquartered in Boston, MA USA Offices in Salt Lake City andamp; Milwaukee Five (5) separate tour, travel, and logistical divisions Combined revenues of $30M in 2003 AFFILIATE COMPANIES:  AFFILIATE COMPANIES Target Logistics Innovative design, production and operation of housing and transportation solutions Target Sport Adventures Marketing and operations for travel to sporting events and resort destinations Target Travel Reservations for air, hotel, car rentals, and more for corporate and leisure travel AirDepartment.com Discounted air ticketing, hotel and car rental reservations offered online Air Planning LLC Air charter service company specializing in arranging and negotiating private air charter transportation worldwide CASE STUDY: SALT LAKE 2002 HOUSING CHALLENGES:  CASE STUDY: SALT LAKE 2002 HOUSING CHALLENGES Smaller demand for housing compared to Torino Shortage of hotels and other appropriate infrastructure After the terrorist attacks of September 11, increased need for military and security Therefore, increased need for housing of federal agencies and associated force protection, transportation, and security CASE STUDY: SALT LAKE 2002 HOUSING SOLUTIONS:  Vacant Apartments High availability of vacant apartment complexes within a small radius Large number of units within each complex Standardization of apartment furnishings and amenities achievable Force protection simplified by proximity of buildings to venues and by having large number of soldiers housed within each building Warehousing Availability of vacant warehouses, hospital, and other structures Ability to receive permits for plumbing, electricity, and construction readily available Availability of space and land to construct security infrastructure Hotels andamp; Resort Condominiums 10,000 room nights provided in Salt Lake and Park City CASE STUDY: SALT LAKE 2002 HOUSING SOLUTIONS TORINO 2006 HOUSING SOLUTIONS:  TORINO 2006 HOUSING SOLUTIONS Warehouses Schools Modular Dormitory Construction Modular Homes, Apartments andamp; Hotel Rooms Apartments Hotels WAREHOUSES:  WAREHOUSES Easily convertible into dorms andamp; barracks May require significant investment in infrastructure SCHOOLS:  SCHOOLS Easily convertible into dorms andamp; barracks Usually include industrial kitchen on premise, dining hall, and athletic facilities MODULAR DORMITORIES CONSTRUCTION:  MODULAR DORMITORIES CONSTRUCTION Can be built 'to spec' Can be located virtually anywhere MODULAR DORMITORIES AMENITIES:  MODULAR DORMITORIES AMENITIES Security barricades around perimeter Office space with technology hook-ups Food and beverage service Commissary/24-hour store Game room and live entertainment Barbershop, lounge, and wide screen TVs Internet café and business center MODULAR DORMITORIES BENEFITS:  MODULAR DORMITORIES BENEFITS Cost-efficient and safe structures Standardized housing promotes quality assurance and control Increased morale among occupants with housing that meets their needs Efficient transportation planning Simplified identification process Streamlined security methods Force protection issues addressed MODULAR DORMITORIES SAMPLE LAYOUTS:  MODULAR DORMITORIES SAMPLE LAYOUTS Sample 16 person dormitory Sample 32 person dormitory MODULAR CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS:  MODULAR CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS ($$$) Permanent (hard construction) Highest quality Leave behind a legacy ($$) Modular (movable wall systems) Premium quality Uninstall for re-use ($) Temporary (non-permanent) Moderate quality Remove after use Modular structures are pre-engineered to meet your specifications, timeline, and budget. Installation and removal are quick and easy. MODULAR HOMES, APARTMENTS, AND HOTEL ROOMS:  MODULAR HOMES, APARTMENTS, AND HOTEL ROOMS Can incorporate many different configurations Can be clustered to accommodate large groups in the location of your choice Can be designed in a multitude of layouts SAMPLE LAYOUTS: MODULAR HOMES & APARTMENTS:  SAMPLE LAYOUTS: MODULAR HOMES andamp; APARTMENTS Sample 2 bedroom home Sample 3 bedroom home SAMPLE LAYOUTS: MODULAR HOTEL ROOMS:  SAMPLE LAYOUTS: MODULAR HOTEL ROOMS 4 Hotel Rooms 2 Hotel Rooms MODULAR GOLD MEDAL HOUSING:  MODULAR GOLD MEDAL HOUSING MODULAR SILVER MEDAL HOUSING:  MODULAR SILVER MEDAL HOUSING MODULAR BRONZE MEDAL HOUSING:  MODULAR BRONZE MEDAL HOUSING MODULAR SAMPLE MODULAR VILLAGE:  MODULAR SAMPLE MODULAR VILLAGE MODULAR SAMPLE MODULAR VILLAGE:  MODULAR SAMPLE MODULAR VILLAGE MODULAR AVAILABLE LOCATIONS:  MODULAR AVAILABLE LOCATIONS Near all Olympic venues Near downtown Torino Near Alpine venues Near Olympic villages APARTMENTS:  APARTMENTS Sublets of fully furnished apartments from owners throughout Torino (*not available in sufficient clustered environment) Rentals from developers of new construction which can be furnished to specification HOTELS:  HOTELS Located throughout Torino andamp; vicinity Two-star through six-star rooms available TRANSPORTATION:  TRANSPORTATION Luxury motorcoach Limousine 15-20 passenger mini-coaches Current Estimated OLYMPIC PERIOD PRICING:  Current Estimated OLYMPIC PERIOD PRICING (€€€) Hotels in greater Torino (20 night minimum for all hotels mandated) A category: €500-800/room/night B category: €300-500/room/night C category: €200-400/room/night (€€) Apartments for sublet (20-30 night minimum mandated) One (1) bedroom: €200-350/unit/night Two (2) bedroom: €300-500/unit/night Three (3) bedroom: €450-600/unit/night Pricing includes all furnishings, maintenance, utilities, Pay TV, and daily or weekly cleaning (€) Dormitory Housing Solutions (60 night minimum mandated) €40-60/person/night Pricing varies depending on type of construction, length of stay, quality of amenities, and occupancy density (€) Modular Housing Solutions (30 night minimum mandated) From €289/bedroom/night Pricing includes land preparation, utilities, weekly maid service, and Pay TV ADDITIONAL SERVICES:  ADDITIONAL SERVICES SECURITY VIP security Private armed security Asset protection Infrastructure protection Credentialing – badge systems Risk and threat assessments Security training MEDICAL SERVICES Stand alone surgical suites Portable emergency rooms Physicians and nurses to staff medical facilities Paramedic services OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM Brian Lash CEO, The Target Companies Mitch Beckstead VP, Special Events Ray Bachiller VP, Government Projects Winfried (Win) Scheel VP, Logistics and Planning David Rogers VP, Corporate Incentives Sam Comerchero Director of Operations Supported by additional sales, marketing, financial, legal and operational staff of 30 OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM Brian Lash CEO, The Target Companies Founded the Target Companies in 1978 Operated complete Olympic tour packages for corporate, consumer, and governmental clients dating back to the Sarajevo 1984 Winter Games Managed logistics for massive official tour and travel programs for numerous large special events Featured at the 6th annual Capital Link Forum: Greece – Going for the Gold in November 2002 as a guest speaker Appeared on the Today Show on NBC and CEO Corner on NECN and many other national and international media Graduated from Brandeis University in 1978 Awarded DeWitt Wallace Fellowship OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM Mitch Beckstead VP, Special Events Served with the Utah State Police for 24 years in the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Governor’s Protection Unit Developed real estate for 25 years as President of Trimark Development Housed the US Secret Service and US State Department as well as many other federal agencies during the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Graduated from Weber State University with two bachelors degrees and from Brigham Young University with a masters degree. Graduate of the FBI Academy, Quantico, VA. OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM Ray Bachiller VP, Government Projects Retired as Colonel from the United States Marine Corps after 32 years of service Assigned as Deputy Commander for the Joint Task Force Olympics in support of the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Deployed 3500 troops from multiple US military divisions during the 2002 Olympics Served with distinction in NATO Graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree and from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces with a Masters in Strategic Resources Management OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM Winfried (Win) Scheel VP, Logistics and Planning Major (P), U.S. Army (Ret) Quartermaster/Logistician/Engineer/Communications for 23 years Consultant/Systems Analyst for SAIC C4I, the Country of Greece, 2004 Olympics Managed Support Operations for 22,500 Soldiers, 4th Inf Div. Iraq (2003) Managed Billeting and Food Svc for 5,200 Soldiers in Salt Lake City, UT (2002) Commanded a maintenance/supply Company 1st Armored Div. in Bosnia (1996) BS in Management from University of North Alabama Masters in Public Administration/Public Mgt from University of Oklahoma OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM David Rogers VP, Corporate Incentives Began his career in 1971 at the International Management Group (IMG) in New York as Marketing Director working with Arnold Palmer, John Newcombe, and Jean Claude Killy Lectured at seminars as a nationally recognized expert in the field of sports marketing Named Marketing Director at Golf Magazine in 1976, where he operated over 200 instructional schools at top resorts across the United States Member of the International Society for Planning and Strategic Management, the Bank Marketing Association, the Advertising Club of Greater Boston, the American Marketing Association, the Advisory Board of the American Institute of Banking, and the Board of Newport Polo Productions OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:  Sam Comerchero Director of Operations Managed the 1996 Olympic Summer Games program for the Republic of Kazakhstan’s Official Ticket and Tour Agent - Kazakhstan sent 900 passengers on this program that included stays in New York, Washington, Orlando and Miami, in addition to Atlanta Created the 1998 Nagano Olympic Winter Games and the 2000 Sydney Olympic Summer Games programs for Kazakhstan, which saw a combined 300 people travel to Japan and Australia Graduated with a Bachelors degree in International Affairs from the School for International Training and with a Masters degree in Latin American Studies from San Diego State University OLYMPIC MANAGEMENT TEAM CONTACT INFORMATIONBoston:  CONTACT INFORMATION Boston Brian Lash brian@targetsport.com ext. 301 David Rogers david@targetsport.com ext. 304 Sam Comerchero sam@targetsport.com ext. 323 Target Logistics 46 Birmingham Parkway Boston, MA 02135 www.targetlogistics.net | 617.562.1300 CONCLUSION:  CONCLUSION Target Logistics and Target Sport Adventures have 25 years of proven success Past government clients: The Pentagon, US Secret Service, FBI, Department of State, Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Federal Aviation Administration, Food andamp; Drug Administration, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Environmental Protection Agency, The White House Past corporate clients: Harley-Davidson, Fidelity Investments, NCR, Biogen, IBM Europe, GEM Group, Wells Fargo, Motorola, Bain Consulting, Chase Manhattan, Tag Heuer, Grey Advertising, Nortel Networks, Sports Illustrated, Motorola, Sun Country Airlines, Mobil Oil, Time Warner, Kimberly Clark Economical and affordable housing, transportation andamp; logistics Working within your timeline and budget to provide you with the solution to your needs

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