Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Economic Impact of Dr Pepper Dallas Cup

The economic impact of youth soccer tournament across this nation is substantial. Dr Pepper Dallas Cup is a $8,000,000 Economic Impact Over 8-Day Period In Dallas Area.

which starts with the boys weekend tomorrow and follows with a girls weekend beginning March 19 -- draws about 30,000 people and generates about $9 million for the region, according to economic impact studies conducted for the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau

"The total economic impact for San Diego Surf Cup XXX (July 24-26 and July 31, August 1-2, 2010) was $16,986,593, and San Diego Surf College Cup 2010 (November 26-28, 2010) was $5,142,570 – totaling $22,129,163."

“The economic impact that this campus will have over the next few years, with its sheer size and capacity to host hundreds of teams, is enormous,” said Jason Puckett, director of sports for the Sarasota County Sports Commission. “Last year, when 170 teams competed in this event at the Sarasota Polo Grounds, the tournament produced $2.5 million of economic impact, 1,232 room nights (based on hotel reporting) and 3,230 non-local competitors. With estimates of 300 teams for this year, the projected economic impact could be $4.1 million, 2,500 room nights and 4,750 non-local competitors. It’s huge for this area.”

The 12-state regional tournament is expected to bring in about 208 teams from as far away as Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee, said Carl Tipton, the local organizing committee chairman. Organizers estimate the economic impact for the city and surrounding area could be between $5 million and $9 million.

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