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Bowl Game Economics

BOWL COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL GAMES HAVE EXISTED FOR OVER GAME ECONOMIC$ 90 YEARS. THEY STAND AS CULTURAL ICONS IN OUR COUNTRY. THEY CREATE REGIONAL INTEREST, SUPPORT CHARITABLE CAUSES, GENERATE TOURISM, ECONOMIC IMPACT AND TAX DOLLARS FOR HOST CITIES AND GIVE YOUNG MEN THE CHANCE TO ENJOY A MEMORABLE POST-SEASON EXPERIENCE. $20.9 Million on other entertainment $7.9 Million $104 Million on First started New Year's Day on golf dining & drinking in 1902 ******. Sales Tax 9% Sales Tax 9.5% NEW ORLEANS, 125 Volunteers LOUISIANA MONEY SPENT First started BY VISITING FANS in 1971 Nearly $25 million in tax revenues as a result of the game. GLENDALE, ARIZONA SUGAR 2,900 Volunteers BOWL FIESTA New Year's Day BOWL Contributed more than $1 billion to Arizona's First played in 1902 Oldest bowl economy in the past five years game DIVISION I BOWL GAMES 42% Of the fans FIVE OF THE BIGGEST BOWL ROSE were visitors GAMES IN THE COUNTRY BOWL Brought $188 MILLION to the economy ORANGE MĒ BOWL BCS NATIONAL PASADENA, MIAMI LAKES, FLORIDA CALIFORNIA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Sales Tax 8.75% 30 First played in 1998 Sales Tax 7% Full-time Pairs the employees NUMBER 1 & 2 935 Volunteers ranked teams in the country annually. Final bowl game of 1,340 Volunteers the annual Bowl First played in 1935 Championship Series Determines the ESPN reports that 27.3 million viewers watch The BCS National Economic impact in the host cities in 2010 was U.S. national champion Championship game alone. estimated at more than $1.2 BILLION # 2 2010-11 SEASON HOW MANY PEOPLE WATCH THE BOWL GAMES > TV RATINGS ATTENDANCE TOP 10 HIGHEST TICKET PRICES 15.29 BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP $1,864 ROSE BOWL BCS CHAMP 94,118 ROSE BOWL $350 11.26 ROSE BOWL BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ORANGE BOWL $281 ©78,603 6.15 SUGAR BOWL $261 FIESTA BOWL SUGAR BOWL 8.20 FIESTA BOWL $205 6.75 ORANGE SUGAR BOWL *73,879 COTTON BOWL $167 BOWL FIESTA BOWL CAPITAL BOWL $138 BCS television ratings regularly out rate the *67,232 ALAMO BOWL $133 NCAA basketball Final ORANGE BOWL Four, the NBA playoff HOLIDAY BOWL $120 O 65,453 finals and the World Series. OUTBACK BOWL $118 The bowls operate as 501(c)3 charities, meaning their operations are tax-exempt and donations they receive are tax-deductible %3D Such groups may not operate for the benefit of private interests. THE FIVE BCS GAMES IN JANUARY 2009 HAD AN ECONOMIC IMPACT OF ABOUT ALL THE BOWL GAMES COMBINED ONLY DONATED $1.2 BILLION ON THE HOST CITIES $3.2 MILLION, UNDER 1.7% OF TOTAL REVENUE, TO LOCAL CHARITIES, MOSTLY FROM THE ORANGE AND (ACCORDING TO THE BCS WEBSITE) CHICK-FIL-A BOWLS. EXPENSES 2009-10 BOWLS REVENUE 2009-10 BOWLS $27.7 FIESTA BOWL MILLION $27 MILLION 4 $15.2 ROSE BOWL $22.3 MILLION MILLION $12.3 SUGAR BOWL $12.5 MILLION MILLION $16.1 MILLION O $16.1 ORANGE BOWL MILLION BOWL GAMES IN ARIZONA DAY 3 A STUDY COMMISSIONED BYTHE FIESTA BOWL ESTIMATED THAT THE THREE COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMES IN THE VALLEY CONTRIBUTED TO $354.6 MILLION TO THE STATE'S ECONOMY VISITORS SPEND AN AVERAGE OF • 0. • 0. JUST OVER THREE DAYS AT BOWL GAMES AN ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY SHOWED VISITORS SPENT $84 MILLION ON LODGING WHAT ARE THE DIRECTORS EARNING , $620,000 $625,000 $593,718 $506,599 ROBERT SHELTON P. SCOTT MCKIBBEN PAUL HOOLAHAN ERIC POMS FIESTA BOWL ROSE BOWL SUGAR BOWL ORANGE BOWL MANY SCHOOLS THAT PLAY IN COLLEGE BOWL GAMES END UP SPENDING MORE MONEY TO PLAY THE GAMES, THAN THEY RECEIVE IN REVENUE FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE CONFERENCES. THESE GAMES AREN'T ABOUT PROFIT; THEY'RE MEANT TO PROMOTE THE SCHOOL AND GIVE ATHLETES A CHANCE TO EXPERIENCE POSTSEASON PLAY. SOURCES http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2010/09/tax_status_of_bowl_games_chall.html http://www.bcsfootball.org/news/story?id=4809856 http://www.allstatesugarbowl.org/site198. php http://seatgeek.com/blog/ncaa-football/top-10-college-football-bowl-games-ticket-price http://thebiglead.com/index.php/2011/12/13/top-ten-highest-bowl-game-prices/ http://www.azcentral.com/news/bcs/?content=bcs-at-a-glance http://finance.yahoo.com/news/How-Much-Revenue-Do-College-investopedia-2430320129.html http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-01-10/sports/29983196_1_orange-bowl-local-charities-bowl-games http://bleacherreport.com/articles/983928-how-many-bowl-games-could-you-road-trip-toHow Many Bowl Games Could You Road Trip to? H&R BLOCK www.hrblock.com http://www.azcentral.com/community/scottsdale/articles/2011/07/27/20110727scottsdale-reaps-economic-benefits-from-bowl-games.html http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-23/college-football-winners-still-lose-as-bowl-game-expenses-exceed-payout.html CREATED BY OBIZMEDIA SUGAR ORANGE FIESTA

Bowl Game Economics

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College football bowl games have existed for over 90 years. They stand as cultural icons in our country. They create regional interest, support charitable causes, generate tourism, economic impact and...

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