Economics


RunningUSA
| March 19, 2018
Running USA Announces New Runner Retention Survey   

Why do runners run? Why do they stop running? What brings them back? These and more findings are profiled in the Runner Retention Survey. More>>



NCAA
Article | March 17, 2018
How Will FBI’s NCAA Investigation Impact March Madness?   

With March Madness finally underway, the FBI’s investigation into college basketball could make this year’s men’s basketball tournament as... More>>



VisitIndy
| March 12, 2018
Indianapolis Tourism Drives Record-Setting Impact   

Visitors to Indianapolis have boosted the region’s economy with record spending for six consecutive years. More>>



PalmTrees
Article | March 7, 2018
Student-Led Boycott of Florida for Spring Break Could Hurt Sports Events   

The Parkland school shootings took place almost a month ago and the reverberations are still being felt. Now, the tourism industry has found itself... More>>



SeaOtter
Article | March 7, 2018
The Sea Otter Classic   

There’s a lot to be learned from an event that started as a regional mountain bike race and grew into the largest cycling festival in North... More>>



DirtySnow
Article | March 7, 2018
Report: Warmer Winters Costing Winter Sports Industry Over $1 Billion   

Climate change is a hot-button topic, so new research on the economic effect of warmer winters and skimpier snow on winter tourism destinations may... More>>



FIFATrophy
Article | March 7, 2018
USA Could Lose the 2026 World Cup to Morocco   

Is the USA’s chance of hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup falling apart? The buzz in the sports world says yes – bad news for the cities that had... More>>



StPatrick
Article | March 7, 2018
Going Green Can Keep Event Owners in the Black this Month   

The beer is green, the shamrocks are green and event owners and rights holders will be doing the counting of the green, provided they take advantage... More>>



Auburn
Whitepaper | March 1, 2018
Economic Value of the Tournament Black Bass Fishery on Lake Guntersville, Alabama   

Lake Guntersville, a well-known black bass fishery in the USA, attracts multiple tournaments. This study shows the economic impact of those events. More>>



SFIA
News | February 27, 2018
SFIA Announces Health Through Fitness Day   

National Health Through Fitness Day, a Capitol Hill campaign, will be held March 6 and 7, 2018, to help lawmakers understand issues. More>>



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