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Tourism Strategies

Tourism is one of the world’s top growth industry and a leading generator of new jobs. Tourism is rapidly gaining position in local economic development strategies and has become a fundamental tool in economic restructuring. CER has assisted communities throughout the world to develop successful strategies to attract tourist industries and investment.

 

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Economic Impact of an NBA Team on Louisville | University of Louisville

This study showed that the costs of an NBA team would far outweigh economic and fiscal benefits of new visitors and tourists that the team would bring to the City of Louisville. Based on our advice, the City decided to stop pursuing an NBA Franchise Team.

 

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Expansion Study for the Worcester Centrum | City of Worcester MA, with RKG Associates

Projections of attendance and revenues at an expanded Worcester Centrum, Central Massachusetts’s premier entertainment venue.

 

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Economic Impact of Arlington’s Theatres | Town of Arlington, MA

Economic Impact analysis of Arlington’s two theaters on the attracting visitors and shoppers to the City’s commercial districts.

 

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Feasibility Study for Expansion of the Pennsylvania Convention Center | Pew Trust

Analysis of market potential for an expansion to the Philadelphia Convention Center in a shrinking convention market place.

 

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Outer Banks NC Tourism Projections | BBN

20 year projections of tourism growth in the Outer Banks of North Carolina based on supply and demand-side factors.

 

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CanAm Tourism Development Strategy | Maine DOT

Development of a bi-national multi-state and province iniatitive to expand tourism with better East-West access to Canada through Northern New England.

 

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Glasgow Waterfront Development Strategy | Clyde Port Authority

Highest and best use studies and cash flow analysis for surplus waterfront properties owned by Glasgow’s Clyde Port Authority.

 

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