The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research
Economics | Leisure Studies | Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration | Tourism and Travel
Provides expenditure characteristics of nonresident visitors in Montana during the summer, winter, and shoulder seasons. Examines total expenditures by groups as well as distribution of expenditures by sector of spending. Travel groups are characterized by season of visit, primary reason for trip to Montana, area of travel groups residence, and primary recreation attraction to Montana. Also explores the issue of marketing responsiveness and provides a discussion on which groups are most likely to respond to promotional marketing and why.
nonresident visitor spending characteristics, spending profiles marketing, travel group spending patterns, economic impacts, seasonal spending, seasonal visitation
© 1998 ITRR
McMahon, Kim and Cheek, Kristin Aldred, "Expenditure Profiles and Marketing Responsiveness of Nonresident Visitor Groups to Montana" (1998). Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications. 167.