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Montana Nonresident Visitation Trends: 1994-2004, Jim Wilton Jun 2005

Montana Nonresident Visitation Trends: 1994-2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report displays the total number of individual nonresidents visiting Montana from 1994-2004. It also shows the total number of groups visiting Montana during the same time period.


Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditure Trends: 1994-2004, Jim Wilton Jun 2005

Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditure Trends: 1994-2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report shows the nonresident traveler expenditure trends for visitors of Montana from 1994-2004. It also displays the total actual expenditures and the total inflation-adjusted expenditures.


Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditures And Economic Contribution: 2004, Jim Wilton Jun 2005

Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditures And Economic Contribution: 2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report shows the economic contributions, expenditures, and average daily spending of nonresident visitors to Montana during 2004.


Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditure Profiles: 2004, Jim Wilton Jun 2005

Montana Nonresident Traveler Expenditure Profiles: 2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report examines spending profiles of nonresident travelers to Montana. It displays the average daily expenditures by purpose of trip for different spending categories during 2004.


Montana Nonresident Seasonal Travel Comparisons: 2004, Jim Wilton Jun 2005

Montana Nonresident Seasonal Travel Comparisons: 2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report shows the 2004 seasonal visitation and length of stay data for nonresident travelers to Montana. It also displays average daily spending for various expenditure categories, as well as total expenditures for those categories.


Montana Residents On Tourism In The State: Trends In Attitudes 1998 To 2004, Jim Wilton May 2005

Montana Residents On Tourism In The State: Trends In Attitudes 1998 To 2004, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report provides a comparative profile of resident attitudes toward tourism in Montana. Data for this study were collected in 1998, 2001, and 2004.


Wheatland County Resident Attitudes: Exploring Tourism Development Potential Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton Mar 2005

Wheatland County Resident Attitudes: Exploring Tourism Development Potential Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report provides a profile of resident attitudes toward tourism in Wheatland County, Montana in the fall of 2004, and summarizes the results of a statewide survey administered in conjunction with the 2004 Community Tourism Assessment Process (CTAP).


State Of The Travel Industry In Montana, Norma Nickerson Mar 2005

State Of The Travel Industry In Montana, Norma Nickerson

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

In response to the Governor’s Tourism Advisory Council meeting and discussion, February 2005 in Helena, Montana, the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research explored available data related to Montana’s travel industry and the surrounding states. The report includes visitation for Montana and the U.S., rooms sold, travel expenditures and travel advertising comparisons.


Rocky Boy Residents On Local Tourism Development: Attitudes And Opinions From Montana's Chippewa-Cree Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton Mar 2005

Rocky Boy Residents On Local Tourism Development: Attitudes And Opinions From Montana's Chippewa-Cree Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report provides a profile of resident attitudes toward tourism in Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana in the fall of 2004, and summarizes the results of a statewide survey administered in conjunction with the 2004 Community Tourism Assessment Process (CTAP).


Helena Residents On Tourism Development: Attitudes And Opinions From Montana's Capital Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton Mar 2005

Helena Residents On Tourism Development: Attitudes And Opinions From Montana's Capital Montana Ctap 2004-2005, Jim Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

This report provides a profile of resident attitudes toward tourism in Helena, Montana in the fall of 2004, and summarizes the results of a statewide survey administered in conjunction with the 2004 Community Tourism Assessment Process (CTAP).


South Beach Wine And Food Festival - Why Participate?, Henrik Lilleheim, Reidar J. Mykletum, William J. Quain, Christer Engstom Jan 2005

South Beach Wine And Food Festival - Why Participate?, Henrik Lilleheim, Reidar J. Mykletum, William J. Quain, Christer Engstom

Hospitality Review

This paper studies why restaurants, wineries, and other exhibiters participate in Wine & Food festivals. We hypothesized [hat the purpose was to acquire new customers thru promotional involvement in the festival. A secondary outcome was to ascertain if there were differences in motivation between the three groups. A survey was conducted of participating companies in one of the largest Food & Wine festivals. We found differences in what motivated winery participants from restaurants or other exhibitors. A discussion of these differences and how festival organizers may aid participants in achieving their goals is presented.


Montana Travel Research: 2005, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton, Melissa Bruns-Dubois Jan 2005

Montana Travel Research: 2005, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton, Melissa Bruns-Dubois

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2005 and Review of 2004.