Economic impact of winter tourism in the United States 2009/10

National economic impacts from winter tourism activities in 2009/10

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December 2012


United States

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Direct effects includes expenditures by skiers or snowmobilers at hotels, resorts, restaurants, bars, grocery stores, and gas stations.

Indirect effects includes activity in wholesale trade, manufacturing, and professional services, providing goods and services to industries directly involved in winter sports tourism.

Induced effects were the employment and economic activities created through the expenditure of income and earnings in the broader economy by individuals directly and indirectly employed by industries servicing the ski and snowmobile market. This could include expenditures on goods and services, including: food, clothes, utilities, transportation, recreation, health care, and child care.

Added value includes expenditures by employees from direct and indirect industries on personal consumption, including the payment of bills, the provision of health care, and the purchase of groceries.

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