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12/6/09

Greensboro Swim Center Hypothetical



















































































































































































MonthEvent#
of Days
ParticipantsSpectatorsOut of
Town
Peak
Night
Total Room
Night
 Economic
Impact 
JanuaryAge Group Invitational350075070%4001000 $       798,000.00
FebruaryNC High School Champs340060080%4001000 $       752,400.00
FebruaryACC Women430045094%3501400 $       746,700.00
MarchUSA's Short Course Sectionals4750112590%8403120 $    1,780,110.00
AprilNC Masters Short Course220030075%185370 $       255,360.00
MayUS Masters Swimming SC Champs51500225090%17006750 $    4,104,000.00
JuneAge Group Invitational360050085%6001500 $    1,026,000.00
JulyGreensboro Summer League
Champs
1100015000%   
JulyUSA Diving Zones410015090%115395 $       232,560.00
August NC Long Course Champs3.5750112580%7502500 $    1,638,750.00
SeptemberSpeedo Cup (Water Polo)350075095%5851420 $       893,760.00
OctoberCollegiate Relay Invitational215022590%170340 $       205,770.00
NovemberMasters Zone Championships220030080%200400 $       262,200.00
December US Open3900135095%11002700 $    1,641,600.00
  TOTAL EI $  14,337,210.00

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