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Quotes by Alan Gerry

Quotes by Alan Gerry

Anytime we wanted to do something, we found a way to do it through conventional banking means.
Don’t be lulled into complacency.
Families used to come from somewhere, and that’s where they stayed.
I can’t imagine finding success and then moving to a building in Manhattan with 300 strangers, like a bunch of little ants going home at night.
I have an uncle who lived to 101, and my father died at 95, so I have a second career ahead of me.
Proprietary programming like news can be a great weapon.
The 1960s were really a life-changing time.
There is not a week that goes by that I don’t have a dream that I am back in the business.
We can’t recreate Woodstock, nor do we want to. We want to turn its notoriety into a place where we can shape controlled, scaled-down musical events of all sorts.
When you have a brilliant idea, nobody is going to ask to see your diploma.
Woodstock is the only thing we have going for us in this part of the state in terms of national recognition. The idea is to extract what was good about Woodstock, repackage it, and present it to Middle America.
You don’t need a four-year college degree if you have burning ambition or a great plan.

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