• Survey Finds Race Track Contributed More than $60 million to County Economy

    Room nights, food and dining retail, transportation, and entertainment were factors in the total contributed by the Volunteer-Run Track.

    The total direct spending figure of $62.1 million represents nearly one-fourth of the direct spending produced annually by the Monterey Bay Aquarium according to 2013 data, and is four times the spending produced annually by the Big Sur Marathon (according to 2011 data). A copy of the report may be found at the following link:

    MRLS Report FINAL (1)

    posted to Cedar Street Times on April 19, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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