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Topic - Tim Mayer
"This was an investment year. This was a year to stabilize the ship," said Tim Mayer, general manager of the Grand Prix of Baltimore. "Last year they gave away bucket loads of free tickets. We didn't do that this year. We'd like lots of people to come, and we've sold a fair number of tickets. (But) in terms of building for 2013, attendance is not the metric."
Mayer said: "Can we be good neighbors?