BARN [bahrn] from Dictionary.com
1. a building for storing hay, grain, etc., and often for housing livestock.
2. a very large garage for buses, trucks, etc.; carbarn.
before 950; Middle English bern, Old English berern ( bere ( see barley ) + ern, ǣrn house, cognate with Old Frisian fīaern cowhouse, Old High German erin, Gothic razn, Old Norse rann house; compare ransack, rest )
Some things with no "barn" function are in "barn form."
Do barns attract business?
If so, what are we really looking for?
And what do we find?