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Travel and Tourism Expenditures in America

Sources: bea gov, greeneconomypost.com, etravelblackboard States Travel&Tourism A SPENDING SEAL PICIAL 5.6% 3.9% 3.0% 0.2% 2010:1 2010:1 2009:4 2010:1 US Overal EMPLOYMENT Compared to GDP Direct Tourism-related EMPLOYMENT Real spending on travel and tourism ANNÚAL GROWTH RATE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT 2.3% 2009:4 -2.3% -1.5% 20094 -1.3% 20094 2009:4 Total Tourism-related Spending 13.3% 700 11% 600 500 - Dlons of chained (2000) dollars 400 6.5% 3.5% |4.5% 2009 4 2010:1 2010:1 2010:1 2010:1 Travel and Tourism PRICES Passengen AIR TRANSPORTATION Passenger ACCOMMODATION SPENDING Prices for passenger AIR TRANSPORTATION 2009:4 20094 Total Tourism-related Employment 020091 02009 0200 02009:V 020101 0.0 -1.0 -7.9% -20 -30 -9.8% 4.0- -50 Real Tourism Spending Tourism Prices -6.0- -70- All tourism goods and services Air transportation services Travelor accommodations All tourism goods and services 80 Air transportation services Traveler accommodations Direct Tourism Employment 30.0 400 300- 20.0 4.0 200 20 10.0- 100 0.0 00- 0- 2.0 -100- 4.0- -10.0- 20.0- 6.0 20.0 -300- 8.0 30.04 02009 a2o09 a00 'oz00 400 co0o a20101 a2009 02009 a200sv 020091 TOP 20 Countries Generating Travel to the United States (in Q1:2010) CANADA | 2484,092 | + 10.7% OSWEDEN | 48,346 1 +4.9% UNITED KINGDOM J 429.314 |34% IRELAND | 43.093 +16.% GERMANY | 181.801 | +3.6% NETHERLANDS 62,556 |+ +5.0% FRANCE | 142,477 +33% ITALY 83,700 +89% SPAIN | 60.151 +10.7% SOUTH KOREA| 167,426 | +47.4 JAPAN 537,475 +10.7% PRC and HONG KONG | 141.071 | +346% INDIA I 72.891 |+11.1N TAIWAN | 49,115 | +24.0% MEXICO | 1,120,174|528% VENEZUELA | 51.271|-5.8% COLOMBIA 49.045 |+19.0% BRAZIL I 193,113 | +33.8% AUSTRALIA | 101,390 | +28.1% ARGENTINA I 71.941 |+11.1% COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE I NUMBER OF ARRIVALS | % CHANGE BP Oil Spill and Tourism-related Employment MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA HotelMotel & Lodging According to CBS News Florida's E Once the leak is capped, thousands more people will descend on the beaches of Alabama. Florida and Louisiana to assist in the cleanup. Each person will need a place to sleep. Hotels across the gulf coast will have to add staff to keep the hotels running at optimum service levels. -10% LOUISIANA New Orleans Restaurants in tourism related business in 25,000+ workers times 3 meals per day minimum. You do the math. 23 Gulf Shore counties could cost it bp $2.2 billion Freight/ Transportation/Trucking In a bid to save the industry, in revenue. Florida has since launched a campaign Expect hundreds if not thousands of trucks carrying everything from cleanup supplies to ol sludge on the highways everyday. of pro-tourism ads promoting its pristine 770 miles Tampa Entertainment/Recreation We cannot expect all of the cleanup workers be on the job 24/7. They need to blow off some steam. of Gulf Coast line. Tourist bookings have also dropped in Louisiana and Mississippi Local healthcare/Hospital Oil seill cleanup is hazardous. There will a large number of medical personnel on standby to monitor the workers around the clock. while tourism in Alabama is down 50% CC We have a crisis of reality of what is actually going according to the officials on with oil, but probably even more Daycare/Childcare damaging potentially is a crisis of perception Some of the cleanup workers will become two income families and will need childcare. Recycling/Sanitation Roger Dow of the U.S. Travel Association. The clean up effort will generate more regular trash and recyclable debris. The local sanitation and recycling companies will see more work. ea

Travel and Tourism Expenditures in America

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Tourism is a huge business all over the U.S. that generates massive amounts of revenue. Here’s a look at how much revenue that is, and how BP’s oil spill is affecting it.

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