This case has three main objectives: 1 To the importance of understanding cost behavior in the calculation of the contribution of Corvallis Cup youth soccer tournament to decide whether to continue, expand or delete to illustrate the tournament. 2 To discuss a vehicle sunk costs, overhead allocation methods, and the impact of the misallocation of net income / loss for a segment of an organization is shown. 3 , So that the students perform simple breakeven analysis with corresponding costs.

This case has three main objectives: 1 To the importance of understanding cost behavior in the calculation of the contribution of Corvallis Cup youth soccer tournament to decide whether to continue, expand or delete to illustrate the tournament. 2 To discuss a vehicle sunk costs, overhead allocation methods, and the impact of the misallocation of net income / loss for a segment of an organization is shown. 3 , So that the students perform simple breakeven analysis with corresponding costs.
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Kristy Lilly
Liz Smith,
Mark E. Haskins
Source: Darden School of Business
6 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 12, 2003. Prod #: UV1710-PDF-ENG
The Craddock Cup HBR case solution