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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Arts Tourism
    year period Once fully operational the Kohl Center was estimated to generate 56 6 million in annual economic activity and to support about 750 jobs each year Norman W C and D W Marcouiller 1994 Expenditure Patterns of School of the Arts At Rhinelander Participants Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study examined at the expenditure patterns of students and faculty while a part of a week long School of the Arts summer program at Rhinelander WI Total expenditures from students and faculty were about 90 000 Students and faculty spent the most on lodging restaurants bars gifts and souvenirs There is an opportunity for the tourism industry to develop vacation packages before and after this summer session Aderman M 1988 The U W Indianhead Arts Center A Case Study of Travel and Spending Behavior of Students and Staff Madison WI U W Indianhead Arts Center This study looked at the impact of the U W Indianhead Arts Center on the Shell Lake area The authors surveyed participants at the Center to obtain information about the participants and their expenditure patterns The resulting analysis showed that direct and indirect spending totaled 310 500 on the local economy Dahl D L and G T Tsougros 1986 The Wisconsin Arts Industry An Economic Perspective Master s Thesis University of Wisconsin Madison Madison WI This study examined the impact of the arts on the Wisconsin economy Several objectives were achieved identifying the scope of the arts profiling the arts audience and measuring the economic importance of the art industry In 1986 more people attended arts related events than major sports events Total economic impact totaled about 182 million Other Examples DiNoto M J and L H Merk 1993 Small Economy Estimates of the Impact of the Arts

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Cultural and Heritage Tourism
    A Vander Stoep and Y Y Sun 2004 Economic Impacts of Michigan Museums East Lansing MI Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This study estimates the economic impact of Michigan museum visitors on Michigan communities the statewide economic significance of museums including both visitor impacts and museum expenditures the portion of the impact attributable to museums and the percentage related to tourism in general and

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Destination Tourism
    Average daily expenditures of museum visitors from a recent study of the EAA Museum in Oshkosh were applied to the current and projected annual attendance of the Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc Results indicate that current visitors spend approximately 1 4 million annually The potential exists with expansion to increase this by 3 8 million annually When applied to an input output model of Manitowoc County these expenditures translate into economic impact measured by income generated and jobs created Murray J 1993 The Economic Benefits of American Indian Gaming Facilities in Wisconsin Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension American Indian gaming in Wisconsin according to this report has had a large economic impact on employment and income A total of 32 000 jobs 10 000 of which were directly supported by gaming were created In addition net profits to American Indian communities totaled 135 million in 1992 This study used an input output model to analyze information collected from the participating tribes in the state Gray J and S Hamilton 1989 A Visitor Profile of the 1988 Greater Milwaukee Open Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension At the 1988 Greater Milwaukee Open Golf Tournament interviews were conducted of about one third of the spectators for a visitor profile and expenditure patterns It was estimated that patrons spent about 1 5 million in the Milwaukee area which represented the four day fiscal impact Huberty W and R Cooper 1987 Feasibility Study for a Proposed Hostel and Bicycle Museum In Elroy Wisconsin Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This feasibility study for a proposed hostel and bicycle museum in Elroy Wisconsin used visitor profile information on the Elroy Sparta bike trail The study found that an estimated 53 600 people would use the trail in 1987 By studying costs and revenues the study found that a hostel would be feasible This study does not measure impacts directly Joachim K and K Peterson 1986 A Market Analysis and Economic Impact Study for a Proposed Marine Museum At Fond Du Lac Wisconsin Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension The first part of the study was a marketing analysis conducted to determine if the site was an appropriate one if enough visitors would use the museum and when they would come The second part of the study assessed the economic impact of the project The study found that the museum s site was reasonable and would attract upwards of 32 000 visitors per year Total direct and indirect revenues were estimated at about 675 000 and the total employment impact was estimated to be about 18 full time jobs Rosen M I W A Strang and J Kramer 1985 The University of Wisconsin Madison and the Local and State Economies A Second Look Monograph No 20 Madison Graduate School of Business University of Wisconsin Madison In an earlier 1971 study the authors were surprised at the extent of the economic impact of UW Madison on Dane

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Fairs, Events and Conferences
    Wisconsin Extension A survey of fair visitors 298 was conducted to provide a visitor profile and to estimate the how much was spent while attending the fair The study estimated that about 700 000 was spent at the fair Gray J M Mistele S Hamilton A Somersan and T Kessenich 1988 1988 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension A sampling of people at the Wisconsin State Fair were interviewed about their spending habits when visiting the fair It is estimated that total attendance to the State Fair was 834 782 On average 17 19 per person was spent A total of 13 5 million was spent by fairgoers with an additional 5 7 million spent outside the fairgrounds Gray J and S Hamilton 1987 Experimental Aircraft Association Convention Survey Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension 4 427 party interviews were conducted at this 1987 convention in Oshkosh Wisconsin to develop a visitor profile expenditure data and marketing information on the visitor to the fly in Total expenditures in the Oshkosh area was estimated at 47 8 million for all parties during the convention For the State of Wisconsin total expenditures amounted to 65 million Gray J M Mistele S Hamilton and A Somersan 1987 1987 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension 1 791 fair visitors were interviewed to prepare a visitor profile Total attendance was estimated at 872 191 people who spent a total of 21 4 million in the Milwaukee area A total of 15 3 million was spent at the fair with the remaining 6 1 million spent outside the fairgrounds Gray J J Higgins and S Hamilton 1986 1986 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension A sampling of people 2 100 who attended the State Fair were interviewed to prepare a visitor profile and expenditure pattern The study found that visitors spent about 23 2 million in the Milwaukee area during the fair with 15 7 million spent at the fair Gray J S Hamilton and K Jensen Mueller 1985 1985 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension A sampling of people 1 715 who attended the State Fair were interviewed to prepare a visitor profile and expenditure pattern It was estimated that visitors spent 16 9 million in Milwaukee of which 11 million was spent at the fair Gray J and K Jensen 1985 1984 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension A sampling of people 1 343 who attended the State Fair were interviewed to prepare a visitor profile and expenditure pattern About 15 6 million was estimated to be spent by visitors to the Milwaukee area of which 9 9 million was spent at the fair Gray J 1982 1982 Wisconsin State Fair Visitor Profile Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Sports Teams and Venues
    a total of 700 jobs supported over the two year period Once fully operational the Kohl Center was estimated to generate 56 6 million in annual economic activity and to support about 750 jobs each year Lewis A and S C Deller 1994 Economic Impact of the Chicago Bears Training Camp on the Platteville Region A Preliminary Analysis Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension There are four football training camps

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Recreation
    This study reported on the travel patterns and recreational activity of travelers and users in a nine state region of the Upper Midwest The report provided information about the visitors socioeconomic characteristics their recreation interests and their travel patterns This information was intended for governmental agencies the private sector and the tourism industry to better plan for and market the Upper Midwest for recreational activities Natural Resources Economics Division Economic Research U S Department of Agriculture 1974 Characteristics and Recreational Participation Patterns of Low Income Inner City Residents Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This report looked at low income inner city residents in Milwaukee WI to understand their recreational participation patterns for future planning and expenditure The report provided a demographic profile of residents Recreation patterns were divided into five types of activities related to age and position in family Fishing was the highest ranked activity The top constraint in pursuing recreational activities was not enough time Ditton R B 1972 The Social and Economic Significance of Recreation Activities in the Marine Environment Technical Report No 11 Green Bay WI University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Program In this short eight page essay the author emphasizes the importance of recreation in the coastal zones and encourages better evaluation of the social and economic impacts that are needed before recreational use can be valued in the coastal zones of the U S Strang W A 1970 Recreation and the Local Economy An Input Output Model of a Recreation Oriented Economy Madison WI Graduate School of Business University of Wisconsin Madison This report prepared a static input output table of Door County to model the effects of recreation on that economy The report detailed the construction of the table and the data gathering techniques and presented the Door County input output tables including the transactions table the input coefficient table and the multiplier table The final section of the report examined the short term economic impact of tourism on the Door County economy The report found that tourism contributed 28 million annually to the local economy Other Examples Stynes D and E M White 2004 Spending Profiles of National Forest Visitors 2002 Update East Lansing MI USDA Forest Service Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This report presents national forest visitor spending profiles developed from the National Forest Visitor Use Monitoring project surveys collected between January 2000 and September 2002 National average spending profiles are developed for seven trip type segments day trips and overnight trips involving stays on and off the forest for local and non local visitors and visitors whose primary trip purpose was not recreation on the forest Distinct spending profiles are also estimated for high and low spending areas and for selected recreation activity subgroups English D B K W Kriesel V R Leeworthy and P C Wiley 1996 Economic Contribution of Recreation Visitors to the Florida Keys Key West Monroe County Tourist Development Council National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - ATVs and Snowmobiling
    was undertaken to begin to understand the characteristics of snowmobilers and their contribution to the economy of the area A nominal group process was conducted to identify the issues important to organizations and businesses catering to snowmobilers A mail survey was prepared and sent to snowmobilers who had visited the area in February 1990 The survey found that average party expenditures was close to 1 000 and that snowmobilers spent about 3 nights in the area on their trips The report provides a detailed summary of the survey results Foti P E A Doll H Moyer R Cooper and L Freiding 1987 SCORP Wisconsin Snowmobile Study Madison WI Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources This report used a survey to determine characteristics of snowmobiling snowmobilers changes in the sport and demands for future facilities and services A random sample of registered snowmobilers were surveyed From questions on expenditures it was estimated that clothing and equipment expenditures amount to over 70 million with an addition 55 million spent on day and overnight trips Moyer H and K Hansen 1986 Snowmobiling In Wisconsin Madison WI Recreation Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This report provides a user profile of snowmobilers in Wisconsin The study also looked at the nature of current snowmobile usage the direct economic impact of this activity and the perceived changes in the activity and an assessment of facilities used This report found that the Wisconsin economy directly benefited from 43 million in expenditures Robertson M D and R C Bishop 1975 Off Road Recreation Vehicles in the Upper Great Lakes States User Characteristics and Economic Impacts Madison WI Center for Resource Policy Studies and Programs College of Agricultural and Life Sciences University of Wisconsin Madison This study had three objectives to estimate the number of off road recreational vehicles

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Canoeing, Kayaking and Whitewater Rafting
    planning and development of tourism could occur The study produced a visitor profile of canoers a description of a canoeing trip and an analysis of canoeing expenditures and its related economic impact Canoer expenditures totaled over 700 000 in total sales and the creation of over 18 jobs in the area Boyle K J and R C Bishop 1984 Lower Wisconsin River Recreation Economic Impacts and Scenic Values No 216 Madison WI Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison This study of summer canoeists and boaters along the Lower Wisconsin River found that there are substantial economic impacts and benefits from this type of recreation Interviews were conducted of river users Through this method it was found that summer use by boaters added 860 000 per year to business activity and 439 000 to household incomes In addition the study used a contingent valuation method to estimate the value of the scenic aspects of the river The study recommended several management policies that could help to maintain the scenic beauty of the area including stricter zoning ordinances and purchases of scenic easements Sumathi N R W Fischer and T Kane 1983 An Economic Profile of Kayak Canoe Users Superior WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Kayak Canoe users were surveyed to obtain information about them their activities their economic impact on the local economy and their interest in supporting the proposed Lake Superior Water Trail Respondents generally were male and close to 40 years old Over half were employed in professional technical occupations and average household income exceeded 45 000 per year In the report activities were broken into silent and non silent activities with most respondents participating in both types of activities The average party spent close to 350 per trip Blank U

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