MONTANA EQUESTRIAN EVENTS INC

Address
PO BOX 595
WHITEFISH, MT 59937
Contact
Website: http://www.rebeccafarm.org
Phone: +1 (406) 862-8286
Nonprofit
NTEE: N69 - Equestrian, Riding
EIN: 81-0530627

Mission

TO PROMOTE AMATEUR EQUESTRIAN COMPETITION IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES.
 201620152014
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2000
Subsection501(c)(3)
Organization typeCorporation
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$0.00$0.00$0.00
Number of employees484635
Number of people compensated >$100k000
Number of volunteers400400350
Number of highly compensated contractors000
Personnel
Broussard, Jerome
TitlePRESIDENT/TREASURERPRESIDENT/TREASURERPRESIDENT/TREASURER
Name of key/compensated personJEROME T BROUSSARDJEROME T BROUSSARDJEROME T BROUSSARD
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Broussard, Rebecca
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personREBECCA A BROUSSARDREBECCA A BROUSSARDREBECCA A BROUSSARD
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Broussard, Sarah
TitleVICE PRESIDENT/SECRETARYVICE PRESIDENT/SECRETARYVICE PRESIDENT/SECRETARY
Name of key/compensated personSARAH G BROUSSARDSARAH G BROUSSARDSARAH G BROUSSARD
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Lendrum, Elizabeth
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTOR 
Name of key/compensated personELIZABETH A LENDRUMELIZABETH A LENDRUM 
Average hours per week working for org2.002.00 
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00 
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00 
Purpose: mission, activities & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTO PROMOTE AMATEUR EQUESTRIAN COMPETITION IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES.TO PROMOTE AMATEUR EQUESTRIAN COMPETITION IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES.TO PROMOTE AMATEUR EQUESTRIAN COMPETITION IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES.
Program expenses (total)$1,049,397.00$1,083,767.00$974,545.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
THE ORGANIZATION GIVES EQUESTRIANS OF ALL AGES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES IN COMPETITIONS THAT ARE SANCTIONED BY A NATIONAL PARENT ORGANIZATION, THE UNITED STATES EVENTING ASSOCIATION (USEA), HEADQUARTERED IN LEESBURG, VIRGINIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONING ORGANIZATION, FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE, SWITZERLAND.THE PRIMARY SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENT IS STAGING THE MAIN COMPETITION CALLED THE EVENT AT REBECCA FARM IN JULY OF EACH YEAR FOR APPROXIMATELY 580 ENTRANTS. THE RIDER AND HORSE PERFORM A COMBINATION OF THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE OF DRESSAGE, CROSS COUNTRY AND STADIUM JUMPING OVER A 3 DAY PERIOD. THERE ARE MULTIPLE DIVISIONS FROM NOVICE TO ADVANCED INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL DIVISIONS. IT IS PART OF A CIRCUIT OF SIMILAR EVENTS THAT TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE U.S. AND THE WORLD AS IT SERVES AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR THE HORSE AND RIDER TO ADVANCE TO MAJOR NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN COMPETITIONS, INCLUDING THE OLYMPICS.OVER SEVERAL MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT, THE COURSE IS PREPARED TO APPROPRIATE STANDARDS, TEMPORARY STABLES ARE INSTALLED AND QUALIFIED OFFICIALS ARE HIRED. SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS ALSO HELP IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE EVENT. PLANNED FUNDRAISING TAKES PLACE TO SOLICIT SPONSORS TO OFFSET THE COST NOT COVERED BY ENTRY FEES SUCH AS PROGRAM PRODUCTION, PRIZES, ORGANIZATION FEES, SECURITY, TOILET RENTAL AND GARBAGE REMOVAL, ETC. OVER 20,000 SPECTATORS ATTEND AND ADMISSION IS FREE; HANDICAP ACCESS IS PROVIDED. A TRADE FAIR TAKES PLACE OVER THE 3 DAYS ATTRACTING VENDORS AND FOOD CONCESSIONAIRES. AN EVENING BARBECUE IS ALSO A TRADITIONAL PART OF THE FESTIVITIES. THE COMMUNITY NOT ONLY BENEFITS IN THE RECREATION PROVIDED, BUT ALSO FROM AN ECONOMIC STANDPOINT. THE AVERAGE COMPETITOR FROM OUT OF THE AREA (APPROXIMATELY 3/4 OF THE ENTRANTS) BRING 4-5 HELPERS WITH THEM AND STAY AN AVERAGE OF 5 DAYS. EQUESTRIAN ENTHUSIASTS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA FLOCK TO THE EVENT EACH JULY TO TAKE IT ALL IN AND THUS SUPPORTING LOCAL TOURISM.ALONG WITH THE MAIN EVENT, SEVERAL CLINICS, SHOW JUMPING COMPETITIONS AND A DRESSAGE SHOW TAKE PLACE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THEY TOO ARE SANCTIONED BY PARENT ORGANIZATIONS RESPECTIVELY AS PER THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE. EXPERT CLINICIANS TEACH 20-30 STUDENTS OVER WEEKENDS AND JUDGES OFFICIATE AT THE JUMPING AND DRESSAGE SHOWS WHICH AVERAGE 80 COMPETITORS. AGAIN, THESE EVENTS ATTRACT EQUESTRIANS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA.IN 2012, IN MEMORY OF THE EVENT'S FOUNDER, REBECCA BROUSSARD, HER DAUGHTER, SARAH G. BROUSSARD, LAUNCHED "HALT CANCER AT X" - AN INITIATIVE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. THE NAME COMES FROM THE DRESSAGE TEST - WHERE THE FIRST MOVEMENT IS FOR THE RIDER TO HALT THE HORSE AT X, A STATION MARKED IN THE ARENA. A PARKING DONATION WAS COLLECTED EACH DAY AT THE EVENT TO HELP SUPPORT THIS CAMPAIGN AND PARTICIPATING COMPETITORS ALSO RAISED MONEY THROUGH SOLICITING PLEDGES. A TOTAL OF $45,000 WAS AWARDED TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.
Program expenses$1,049,397.00$1,083,767.00$974,545.00
Grants and allocations made$59,150.00$88,400.00$67,500.00
Program revenue$521,582.00$472,681.00$440,623.00
Program descriptionTHE ORGANIZATION GIVES EQUESTRIANS OF ALL AGES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES IN COMPETITIONS THAT ARE SANCTIONED BY A NATIONAL PARENT ORGANIZATION, THE UNITED STATES EVENTING ASSOCIATION (USEA), HEADQUARTERED IN LEESBURG, VIRGINIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONING ORGANIZATION, FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE, SWITZERLAND.THE PRIMARY SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENT IS STAGING THE MAIN COMPETITION CALLED THE EVENT AT REBECCA FARM IN JULY OF EACH YEAR FOR APPROXIMATELY 580 ENTRANTS. THE RIDER AND HORSE PERFORM A COMBINATION OF THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE OF DRESSAGE, CROSS COUNTRY AND STADIUM JUMPING OVER A 3 DAY PERIOD. THERE ARE MULTIPLE DIVISIONS FROM NOVICE TO ADVANCED INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL DIVISIONS. IT IS PART OF A CIRCUIT OF SIMILAR EVENTS THAT TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE U.S. AND THE WORLD AS IT SERVES AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR THE HORSE AND RIDER TO ADVANCE TO MAJOR NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN COMPETITIONS, INCLUDING THE OLYMPICS.OVER SEVERAL MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT, THE COURSE IS PREPARED TO APPROPRIATE STANDARDS, TEMPORARY STABLES ARE INSTALLED AND QUALIFIED OFFICIALS ARE HIRED. SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS ALSO HELP IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE EVENT. PLANNED FUNDRAISING TAKES PLACE TO SOLICIT SPONSORS TO OFFSET THE COST NOT COVERED BY ENTRY FEES SUCH AS PROGRAM PRODUCTION, PRIZES, ORGANIZATION FEES, SECURITY, TOILET RENTAL AND GARBAGE REMOVAL, ETC. OVER 20,000 SPECTATORS ATTEND AND ADMISSION IS FREE; HANDICAP ACCESS IS PROVIDED. A TRADE FAIR TAKES PLACE OVER THE 3 DAYS ATTRACTING VENDORS AND FOOD CONCESSIONAIRES. AN EVENING BARBECUE IS ALSO A TRADITIONAL PART OF THE FESTIVITIES. THE COMMUNITY NOT ONLY BENEFITS IN THE RECREATION PROVIDED, BUT ALSO FROM AN ECONOMIC STANDPOINT. THE AVERAGE COMPETITOR FROM OUT OF THE AREA (APPROXIMATELY 3/4 OF THE ENTRANTS) BRING 4-5 HELPERS WITH THEM AND STAY AN AVERAGE OF 5 DAYS. EQUESTRIAN ENTHUSIASTS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA FLOCK TO THE EVENT EACH JULY TO TAKE IT ALL IN AND THUS SUPPORTING LOCAL TOURISM.ALONG WITH THE MAIN EVENT, SEVERAL CLINICS, SHOW JUMPING COMPETITIONS AND A DRESSAGE SHOW TAKE PLACE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THEY TOO ARE SANCTIONED BY PARENT ORGANIZATIONS RESPECTIVELY AS PER THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE. EXPERT CLINICIANS TEACH 20-30 STUDENTS OVER WEEKENDS AND JUDGES OFFICIATE AT THE JUMPING AND DRESSAGE SHOWS WHICH AVERAGE 80 COMPETITORS. AGAIN, THESE EVENTS ATTRACT EQUESTRIANS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA.IN 2012, IN MEMORY OF THE EVENT'S FOUNDER, REBECCA BROUSSARD, HER DAUGHTER, SARAH G. BROUSSARD, LAUNCHED "HALT CANCER AT X" - AN INITIATIVE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. THE NAME COMES FROM THE DRESSAGE TEST - WHERE THE FIRST MOVEMENT IS FOR THE RIDER TO HALT THE HORSE AT X, A STATION MARKED IN THE ARENA. A PARKING DONATION WAS COLLECTED EACH DAY AT THE EVENT TO HELP SUPPORT THIS CAMPAIGN AND PARTICIPATING COMPETITORS ALSO RAISED MONEY THROUGH SOLICITING PLEDGES. A TOTAL OF $45,000 WAS AWARDED TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.THE ORGANIZATION GIVES EQUESTRIANS OF ALL AGES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES IN COMPETITIONS THAT ARE SANCTIONED BY A NATIONAL PARENT ORGANIZATION, THE UNITED STATES EVENTING ASSOCIATION (USEA), HEADQUARTERED IN LEESBURG, VIRGINIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONING ORGANIZATION, FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE, SWITZERLAND.THE PRIMARY SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENT IS STAGING THE MAIN COMPETITION CALLED THE EVENT AT REBECCA FARM IN JULY OF EACH YEAR FOR APPROXIMATELY 580 ENTRANTS. THE RIDER AND HORSE PERFORM A COMBINATION OF THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE OF DRESSAGE, CROSS COUNTRY AND STADIUM JUMPING OVER A 3 DAY PERIOD. THERE ARE MULTIPLE DIVISIONS FROM NOVICE TO ADVANCED INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL DIVISIONS. IT IS PART OF A CIRCUIT OF SIMILAR EVENTS THAT TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE U.S. AND THE WORLD AS IT SERVES AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR THE HORSE AND RIDER TO ADVANCE TO MAJOR NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN COMPETITIONS, INCLUDING THE OLYMPICS.OVER SEVERAL MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT, THE COURSE IS PREPARED TO APPROPRIATE STANDARDS, TEMPORARY STABLES ARE INSTALLED AND QUALIFIED OFFICIALS ARE HIRED. SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS ALSO HELP IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE EVENT. PLANNED FUNDRAISING TAKES PLACE TO SOLICIT SPONSORS TO OFFSET THE COST NOT COVERED BY ENTRY FEES SUCH AS PROGRAM PRODUCTION, PRIZES, ORGANIZATION FEES, SECURITY, TOILET RENTAL AND GARBAGE REMOVAL, ETC. OVER 20,000 SPECTATORS ATTEND AND ADMISSION IS FREE; HANDICAP ACCESS IS PROVIDED. A TRADE FAIR TAKES PLACE OVER THE 3 DAYS ATTRACTING VENDORS AND FOOD CONCESSIONAIRES. AN EVENING BARBECUE IS ALSO A TRADITIONAL PART OF THE FESTIVITIES. THE COMMUNITY NOT ONLY BENEFITS IN THE RECREATION PROVIDED, BUT ALSO FROM AN ECONOMIC STANDPOINT. THE AVERAGE COMPETITOR FROM OUT OF THE AREA (APPROXIMATELY 3/4 OF THE ENTRANTS) BRING 4-5 HELPERS WITH THEM AND STAY AN AVERAGE OF 5 DAYS. EQUESTRIAN ENTHUSIASTS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA FLOCK TO THE EVENT EACH JULY TO TAKE IT ALL IN AND THUS SUPPORTING LOCAL TOURISM.ALONG WITH THE MAIN EVENT, SEVERAL CLINICS, SHOW JUMPING COMPETITIONS AND A DRESSAGE SHOW TAKE PLACE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THEY TOO ARE SANCTIONED BY PARENT ORGANIZATIONS RESPECTIVELY AS PER THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE. EXPERT CLINICIANS TEACH 20-30 STUDENTS OVER WEEKENDS AND JUDGES OFFICIATE AT THE JUMPING AND DRESSAGE SHOWS WHICH AVERAGE 80 COMPETITORS. AGAIN, THESE EVENTS ATTRACT EQUESTRIANS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA.IN 2012, IN MEMORY OF THE EVENT'S FOUNDER, REBECCA BROUSSARD, HER DAUGHTER, SARAH G. BROUSSARD, LAUNCHED "HALT CANCER AT X" - AN INITIATIVE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. THE NAME COMES FROM THE DRESSAGE TEST - WHERE THE FIRST MOVEMENT IS FOR THE RIDER TO HALT THE HORSE AT X, A STATION MARKED IN THE ARENA. A PARKING DONATION WAS COLLECTED EACH DAY AT THE EVENT TO HELP SUPPORT THIS CAMPAIGN AND PARTICIPATING COMPETITORS ALSO RAISED MONEY THROUGH SOLICITING PLEDGES. A TOTAL OF $71,500 WAS AWARDED TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.THE ORGANIZATION GIVES EQUESTRIANS OF ALL AGES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES IN COMPETITIONS THAT ARE SANCTIONED BY A NATIONAL PARENT ORGANIZATION, THE UNITED STATES EVENTING ASSOCIATION (USEA), HEADQUARTERED IN LEESBURG, VIRGINIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONING ORGANIZATION, FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE, SWITZERLAND.THE PRIMARY SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENT IS STAGING THE MAIN COMPETITION CALLED THE EVENT AT REBECCA FARM IN JULY OF EACH YEAR FOR APPROXIMATELY 580 ENTRANTS. THE RIDER AND HORSE PERFORM A COMBINATION OF THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE OF DRESSAGE, CROSS COUNTRY AND STADIUM JUMPING OVER A 3 DAY PERIOD. THERE ARE MULTIPLE DIVISIONS FROM NOVICE TO ADVANCED INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL DIVISIONS. IT IS PART OF A CIRCUIT OF SIMILAR EVENTS THAT TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE U.S. AND THE WORLD AS IT SERVES AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR THE HORSE AND RIDER TO ADVANCE TO MAJOR NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN COMPETITIONS, INCLUDING THE OLYMPICS.OVER SEVERAL MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT, THE COURSE IS PREPARED TO APPROPRIATE STANDARDS, TEMPORARY STABLES ARE INSTALLED AND QUALIFIED OFFICIALS ARE HIRED. SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS ALSO HELP IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE EVENT. PLANNED FUND RAISING TAKES PLACE TO SOLICIT SPONSORS TO OFFSET THE COST NOT COVERED BY ENTRY FEES SUCH AS PROGRAM PRODUCTION, PRIZES, ORGANIZATION FEES, SECURITY, TOILET RENTAL AND GARBAGE REMOVAL, ETC. OVER 20,000 SPECTATORS ATTEND AND ADMISSION IS FREE; HANDICAP ACCESS IS PROVIDED. A TRADE FAIR TAKES PLACE OVER THE 3 DAYS ATTRACTING VENDORS AND FOOD CONCESSIONAIRES. AN EVENING BARBECUE IS ALSO A TRADITIONAL PART OF THE FESTIVITIES. THE COMMUNITY NOT ONLY BENEFITS IN THE RECREATION PROVIDED, BUT ALSO FROM AN ECONOMIC STANDPOINT. THE AVERAGE COMPETITOR FROM OUT OF THE AREA (APPROXIMATELY 3/4 OF THE ENTRANTS) BRING 4-5 HELPERS WITH THEM AND STAY AN AVERAGE OF 5 DAYS. EQUESTRIAN ENTHUSIASTS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA FLOCK TO THE EVENT EACH JULY TO TAKE IT ALL IN AND THUS SUPPORTING LOCAL TOURISM.ALONG WITH THE MAIN EVENT, SEVERAL CLINICS, SHOW JUMPING COMPETITIONS AND A DRESSAGE SHOW TAKE PLACE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THEY TOO ARE SANCTIONED BY PARENT ORGANIZATIONS RESPECTIVELY AS PER THE EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE. EXPERT CLINICIANS TEACH 20-30 STUDENTS OVER WEEKENDS AND JUDGES OFFICIATE AT THE JUMPING AND DRESSAGE SHOWS WHICH AVERAGE 80 COMPETITORS. AGAIN, THESE EVENTS ATTRACT EQUESTRIANS FROM ALL OVER THE U.S. AND CANADA.IN 2012, IN MEMORY OF THE EVENT'S FOUNDER, REBECCA BROUSSARD, HER DAUGHTER, SARAH G. BROUSSARD, LAUNCHED "HALT CANCER AT X" - AN INITIATIVE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. THE NAME COMES FROM THE DRESSAGE TEST - WHERE THE FIRST MOVEMENT IS FOR THE RIDER TO HALT THE HORSE AT X, A STATION MARKED IN THE ARENA. A PARKING DONATION WAS COLLECTED EACH DAY AT THE EVENT TO HELP SUPPORT THIS CAMPAIGN AND PARTICIPATING COMPETITORS ALSO RAISED MONEY THROUGH SOLICITING PLEDGES. A TOTAL OF $65,250 WAS AWARDED TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.
Financial data
Expense categories (totals)
Sum (total functional expenses)$1,147,763.00$1,174,398.00$1,057,794.00
Program services (total functional expenses)$1,049,397.00$1,083,767.00$974,545.00
Management & general (total functional expenses)$86,576.00$79,044.00$71,467.00
Fundraising (total functional expenses)$11,790.00$11,587.00$11,782.00
Revenue
Total revenue$1,228,456.00$1,140,550.00$1,018,946.00
Program service revenue (total)$509,876.00$461,035.00$430,362.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$706,874.00$667,869.00$578,323.00
Revenue from noncash contributions$29,156.00$29,862.00$33,804.00
Investment income$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$11,706.00$11,646.00$10,261.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$706,874.00$667,869.00$578,323.00
Gross receipts$1,252,416.00$1,164,797.00$1,039,027.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from all other contributions$706,874.00$667,869.00$578,323.00
Other types of revenue
Net rental income $0.00$0.00
Net inventory sales (total)$11,706.00$11,646.00$10,261.00
Fees for services
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Accounting service fees (total)$3,095.00$2,640.00$2,550.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$120,837.00$16,353.00$25,460.00
Total assets, beginning of year$16,353.00$25,460.00$64,093.00
Total liabilities$3,471.00$853.00$794.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$853.00$794.00$579.00
Net assets$117,366.00$15,500.00$24,666.00
Net assets, beginning of year$15,500.00$24,666.00$63,514.00
Other liabilities$3,471.00$853.00$794.00
Other assets$11,223.00  
Cash: non-interest bearing$100,565.00$8,762.00$21,131.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$8,762.00$21,131.00$55,049.00
Inventories for sale or use$5,674.00$6,300.00$3,730.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$80,693.00-$33,848.00-$38,848.00
Advertising (total)$94,859.00$83,180.00$38,404.00
Accounts receivable, net$3,375.00$1,291.00$599.00
Total net assets or fund balances$117,366.00$15,500.00$24,666.00
Payment to affiliates$26,663.00$26,227.00$29,073.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members433
Number of independent voting members000
Relationships among key personnelTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-01-012015-01-012014-01-01
Tax year end date2016-12-312015-12-312014-12-31
Accounting methodCashCashCash
Indicators for schedules (selected)
Business transaction with entity ownerTrue  
Grants to domestic org/gov't >$5kTrueTrueTrue
Metadata about the filing
E-return type990990990
Date e-filing submitted2017-09-152016-12-212015-10-06
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v2.12014v5.0
Filing identifier201721659349300422201602289349305835201532299349302873
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