Throughout the life of this Company, Dwight is proud of the fact that he has never before required any outside financing--other than his line of credit. The line of credit is currently at its maximum.Therefore, given the demands on liquidity in the past year, Dwight decided to issue preferred sharesto an outside private investor. He did this because of the positive impact on his debt equity ratio andthe fact that he would not be giving up any control. The preferred shares will be paid 6% on acumulative basis. They are redeemable at any time by DI and redeemable at the holders option at the end of three years and any time thereafter.