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Economic Impact of Pennsylvania’s Heritage Areas

Study found that in 2014, tourists spent an estimated 7.5 million days and nights in Pennsylvania’s heritage areas, purchasing more than $2 billion worth of goods and services. Seventy percent of this spending was purely reliant on heritage-related attractions. The total contribution of heritage visitor spending to the state economy was 25,708 jobs and $798 million in labor income.
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