Someone mentioned in another post the tediousness of holding comps in rented venues. Which got me wondering why Varsity doesn't just build their own. They could have three primary locations: one in SoCal, Texas, and Florida (maybe just Texas to start since it's in the middle of the country so nobody has to fly across the nation to get there). They could buy chunks of land -- ideally near airports and hotels -- and build cheer-friendly performance venues (equipped with dead mats and spring mats) that all the major AS comps are held at throughout the year (NCA, Majors, etc.). In addition to hosting AS comps, they could be utilized for their summer camps and HS comps. When Varsity itself isn't using the venue, it could be rented out for studio dance competitions or maybe even pro cheer tryouts. They could install their own apparel shops on-site and maybe even get some food vendors to provide snacks. Admittedly, my knowledge of this is very limited but it seems like it'd be easier for them in the long run and quite a moneymaker to boot. And they probably have the money. I don't know if it'd make STP any easier for families, but it could be a step in the right direction. Is there any reason why they shouldn't do this?