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Ray Newton Professor Emeritus Northern Arizona University
Tourism Is Economic Development: Direct Impact Services – fuel, banks, medical, etc. Retail businesses Lodging Meals - Restaurants Attractions – Cultural, Historical, Recreational (Spectator or Participant)
Tourism Is Economic Development: Indirect Impact Jobs Tax revenues Community image Commercial opportunities and growth Community growth, expansion of goods and services
Recent Trends Employment declined 5.7 percent Spending declined 10.2 percent Tax receipts declined 8.1 percent Visitation declined 7.5 percent Source: Dean Runyan Associates (Portland, OR)
Visitor Spending Source: Dean Runyan Associates (Portland, OR)
2008 Tax Impact of Tourism Graph 1 and 2 Source: Dean Runyan Associates (Portland, OR)
What we Know About Arizona Visitors See handouts Source: Arizona Office of Tourism
Tourism = Financial ROI And Emotional ROI Effective tourism promotion is, “…selling of memories” Pre visitor expectations are positive Post visitor memories – positive or negative or both?
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Your Personal Tourism ROI What did you enjoy and why? What did you not enjoy and why? Were your expectations met? Did you have a positive ROI?
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Chapter 1. Meeting the needs of guests with kindness and goodwill Derived from the Latin word hospes, which means host or guest Hospitality is a “people.
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Standard 1: Objective 3. Infrastructure is the physical components of a destination, such as hotels, restaurants, roadways, and transportation, that.
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1. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS POPULATION 3 LABOR FORCE AND NONFARM EMPLOYMENT 3 EMPLOYMENT TRENDS 4 YUMA COUNTY AREA EMPLOYMENT By SECTOR By YEAR 5 TAXABLE SALES.
Chapter 1 The World of Hospitality. Introduction Hospitality: mean meeting the needs of guests with kindness and goodwill. Hospitality Industry: provides.
Founded in 1992 – 15 members May, 2003 – 305 members Networking Professional development Best industry practices Opportunities to meet event.
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PRESENTED TO: TO BE DETERMINED PRESENTED ON: TO BE DETERMINED THE POWER OF TOURISM IN WISCONSIN PRESENTED TO: ________ PRESENTED ON: MONTH _ _, 20_ _.
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Expenditures, Employment, Wages, Tax Revenue Direct, Indirect, Induced Effects Social and Cultural Benefits Arts Historic Preservation Multiculturalism.
Tourism: Current Sources, Analysis & Uses of Data DEMAND-SIDE Immigration Statistics Expenditure and Motivation / Exit surveys Market Surveys FORMAL SECTOR.
The role of Government in encouraging tourism. The key questions Why would governments want to promote tourism? How might they go about promoting tourism?
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