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This is the fourth study conducted by The University of Arizona since the late 1970s which assesses direct spending by Mexican visitors and estimates their total economic impact on Arizona

Contributors
Pavlakovich-Kochi, Vera, Charney, Alberta Hill, University of Arizona. Economic and Business Research Center, et al.
Created Date
2008-12

This survey of visitors to Arizona’s wine tourism regions was undertaken to gather market research on a growing industry, including visitor demographics, travel patterns, satisfaction with the experience and spending patterns. This information will assist the wineries, vineyards, tasting rooms and local tourism communities in the wine regions with targeted marketing efforts, product development, and advocacy for a burgeoning industry that is critical to the health of these rural regional economies.

Contributors
Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center, Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2011-06

An E-survey was sent to thousands of practitioners across industry sectors -- lodging, restaurants/bars, attractions, travel and tour providers, and destination marketing organizations. The study found that Arizona's tourism industry is doing a great deal to build a more sustainable future.

Contributors
Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center, Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2011-06

Arizona’s travel and tourism industry is operating in a new landscape driven by sustained economic challenges, evolving demographics, emerging technology and shifts in consumer travel patterns. Thus the creation and importance of its 5-Year Strategic Plan is to lay the foundation upon which our agency will take the lead and assist in the continued growth and prosperity of our industry over the next five years, further contributing to the overall economic development of the state.

Contributors
Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2014

Our focus is the development and placement of travel products with key resellers and wholesalers througout China. Arizona remains a relatively unknown destination for the most travel capable highend outbound Chinese tourists. The opportunity for inbound growth from China is tremendous, but the challenges also remain substantial.

Contributors
Glos, Alexander, i2i Group China, Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2013-05-01

This report summarizes the performance of the Arizona tourism industry. Areas high‐lighted are: economic impact, visitation volume and profile data, lodging performance, National and State Park visitation volume, airport passenger traffic and top attractions in Arizona.

Contributors
Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2002/2012

The goal of the national media plan is to incorporate the Office of Tourism's mission, brand dimensions and creative concepts into the media execution and selection; form smart and strategic alliances with tourism and non-traditional partners; and to extend its message through cohesive added-value programs.

Contributors
Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2006/2014

This report describes the economic impacts of travel to and through Arizona and the state’s fifteen counties. The estimates of the direct impacts associated with traveler spending in Arizona were produced using the Regional Travel Impact Model developed by Dean Runyan Associates. The estimates for Arizona are comparable to the U.S. Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. The estimates of spending, earnings, employment and tax receipts are also used as input data to derive estimates of other economic measures, including gross domestic product and secondary effects of the travel industry.

Contributors
Dean Runyan Associates, Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2005/2015

The travel and tourism industry matters to Arizona’s economic health and vitality. As one of Arizona’s pillar industries, tourism has been integral to the economic growth and development of the Grand Canyon State shaping it into the amazing destination that it is today. This industry has generated thousands of jobs, billions of dollars in earnings and billions of dollars in tax revenue, all of which contribute to the quality of life for each and every Arizonan.

Contributors
Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2004/2011

This report is a reexamination of visitor data first reported in the multi-year "Survey of Visitors to Arizona’s Tribal Lands", which was commissioned by the Arizona Office of Tourism and conducted in 2004-05 by the Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center at Northern Arizona University. That study, released in December 2005, analyzed visitor data collected for eight Arizona American Indian tribes and presented that data in aggregate for all tribes. This report, on the other hand, disaggregates that original database to take a more in-depth look at visitor patterns at Rural versus Metro tribes in Arizona. Generally, this second study ...

Contributors
Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center, Arizona Office of Tourism
Created Date
2006

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