I'm meeting with a minor league sports team front office on Friday to interview for their concessions manger position. I've interviewed with this team in the past (but was unable to commit to a position at the time) and have been in touch with them for a while. They've indicated, in so many words, that the position is mine to lose. When we scheduled the interview this past Monday, I figured it was just to touch base and tie up any loose ends before they officially make an offer. Then today I get this e-mail: "Please have a game plan as to how you would run the concessions for us this season. You should have an expected budget with projected costs and expected profits prepared. You should also be able to outline a menu offering and how you see us doing all of this. Make sense?" Whoa, what? To give you some an idea, I'm 23 years old, my background isn't in business, but I've been a concessions manager with another team in the past, and have done a few things such as calculating cost of goods sold for each menu item. However, for the most part, what they're asking is totally new to me. Expected budget and profits? Where am I suppose to pull these numbers from? I've sent them an e-mail to just try and get an idea of some of their previous year's numbers (menu pricing, attendance, per caps, etc.). Think they're just trying to challenge me to see what I come back with, or do they expect a full presentation and details on what I can/will do for them? Either way, I'll do my best to do the latter, but I'm really going into this blind.