And so, you really, you have to make a concerted effort to train managers to come up. The other thing you gotta be, and I hear this a lot, the other thing you’ve got to be careful, you’ve got to be okay with, is letting that person leave. So if you’ve done the homework to get that person up to being a good manager, the best thing that can happen is to have that person go to another zoo and learn their system, and learn what’s going on there. And so if that person develops three to four years later, then you can pluck ’em out of there and say, hey, we want you to come home. You need to come home. You knew you missed your mama. And come home and we’ll get going on that. One thing we did at Pittsburgh was we started a school for kids who didn’t have the opportunities that other kids did in Peabody High School, in the zoo.