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Pigeon Forge and Tennessee tourism trends including hotel and lodging trends compared to other U.S. resort areas

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    • Hotel & Tourism Trends in Pigeon Forge & Sevier County May 14, 2009 Stephen C. Morse, Ph.D. Director & Economist Tourism Institute University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Riverstone Ph: (865) 974-6249 Resort & Spa smorse@utk.edu
    • Agenda 1. Tourism trends in Sevier County 2. Theme park & amusement trends in Pigeon Forge 3. Hotel demand trends (ADR, Occ. Rates, RevPAR) 4. Outlook for 2009
    • Top 10 Tennessee Counties for Tourist Spending in 2007 1) Davidson Co. $3,991 million (Nashville) 2) Shelby Co. $3,064 million (Memphis) 3) Sevier Co. $1,502 million 4) Knox Co. $796 million (Knoxville) 5) Hamilton Co. $710 million (Chattanooga) 6) Blount Co. $276 million (Maryville, Townsend) 7) Sullivan Co. $270 million (Kingsport, Bristol) 8) Williamson Co. $251 million (Franklin, Brentwood) 9) Rutherford Co. $237 million (Murfreesboro) 10)Washington Co. $188 million (Johnson City) 3 Source: TIA & TN Dept. of Tourist Development
    • Pigeon Forge Business Percent of Sector (2007) Gross Sales Lodging 16% Amusements 15% Restaurants 14% Retail & Services 12% Outlets 11% Gas & Grocery 10% Theaters (Source: City of Pigeon Forge) 7% Craft, Gift & Specialty 6%
    • 2008 Tourism Related Tax Revenues for Pigeon Forge • 1% Gross Business Receipts Tax $7.1 million • 2% Amusement Tax $2.5 million • 2.25% Lodging Tax $3.1 million TOTAL Tourism $12.7 Million Related Taxes Source: City of Pigeon Forge
    • Tourism Tax Relief per Pigeon Forge Household • Each permanent resident household in Pigeon Forge pays $4,775 less in local city taxes as a result of taxes generated by tourist activity Source: City of Pigeon Forge; U.S. Census Bureau; Dr. Steve Morse, University of Tennessee (based on 2,648 resident households)
    • Tourism Tax Relief per Pigeon Forge Household $4,775 Tax relief for each Pigeon Forge household Source: City of Pigeon Forge; U.S. Census Bureau; Dr. Steve Morse, University of Tennessee (based on 2,648 resident
    • Sevier Co. ranks lowest in TN for effective property tax rates Property Tax / Housing Value • Shelby Co. 1.29% • Davidson Co. 0.95% • Anderson Co. 0.87% • Knox Co. 0.73% • Blount Co. 0.54% • Sevier Co. 0.35% Source: Local Tax Burdens on TN Households; TN Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; Staff Report Volume V – August 2007
    • 2008 Amusement & Theme Park $25 Gross Sales, Pigeon Forge Millions $ $20 $15 $10 $5 Source: City of Pigeon Forge $0
    • How was 2008 vs. 2007 for Amusement & Theme Park Gross Sales? Percent Change 60% 2008 vs. 2007 Pigeon Forge 41.0% 40% Flat Summer of 2008 20% 11.5% 6.0% 2.0% 2.0% 0.0% 0% -6.0% -20% -11.0% -10.0% -14.2% -19.0% -18.3% Source: City of Pigeon Forge -40%
    • How is 2009 so far for Amusements & Theme Park Gross Sales? Percent Change 2009 vs. 2008, Pigeon Forge 80% 62.4% Dollywood 60% open Jan 40% 1-3 20% 1.7% 0% -20% Source: City of Pigeon Forge -19.2% -40% Jan Feb Mar
    • How was 2008 vs. 2007 for Hotel Gross Sales? Percent Change 2008 vs. 2007, Pigeon Forge 20% 12.0%13.0% 6.0% 2.0% 2.2% 0% -6.0% -6.0% -8.0% -20% -16.0% -13.4% -16.1% -18.0% Source: City of Pigeon Forge -40%
    • How is 2009 so far for Hotel Gross Sales? Percent Change 2009 vs. 2008, Pigeon Forge 0% -2.8% -11.3% -20% -23.0% Source: City of Pigeon Forge -40% Jan Feb Mar
    • Feb. 2009 vs. Feb. 2008, Hotel Occupancy Rate – Percent Change 2% 1.1% 0% -2% -4% -3.5% -6% -5.3% -5.0% -8% -6.7% -10% -9.2% -10.1% -12% -11.1% -14% -13.1% Source: Smith Travel Research
    • March 2009 vs. March 2008 Hotel Occupancy Rate – Percent Change 0% -2% -4% -6% -4.8% -6.0% -8% -10% -10.0% -9.6% -12% -11.6%-11.4%-11.1%-10.7% Source: Smith Travel Research -14% -12.9%
    • U.S. Lodging industry begins 2009 on a sour note (% change YTD Feb. 09 vs. Feb. 08) 5% + 3.4% Demand Occupancy ADR RevPar 0% Supply (new -5% rooms) - 6.5% - 7.5% -10% - 10.5% -15% The Perfect Storm to slow the hotel - 16.3% -20% industry Source: Smith Travel Research
    • Let’s Compare Sevier Co. Hotel Performance to These Resort Areas in the U.S. Myrtle Beach, SC Charleston, SC Daytona Beach, FL Orlando, FL Branson, MO Panama City, FL
    • Myrtle Beach, SC vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 0% -5% -10% -15% -20% BLACK = Myrtle Beach, SC RED = Sevier Co. -25% -30% = Sevier Co. Occ Rate changed less Source: Smith Travel Research
    • Branson, MO vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 10% 0% -10% -20% -30% BLACK = Branson, MO -40% RED = Sevier Co. -50% = Sevier Co. Occ. Rate changed -60% Source: Smith Travel Research less
    • Orlando, FL vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 5% 0% -5% -10% BLACK = Orlando, FL -15% RED = Sevier Co. -20% = Sevier Co. OccSmith Travel Research less Source: Rate changed
    • Panama City, FL vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 30% 25% BLACK = Panama City, FL 20% RED = Sevier Co. 15% 10% = better Sevier Co. Occ Rate 5% changed less 0% -5% -10% -15% -20% Source: Smith Travel Research
    • Daytona Beach, FL vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 5% 0% -5% -10% -15% BLACK = Daytona Beach, FL RED = Sevier Co. -20% -25% = Sevier Co. Occ Rate changed less Source: Smith Travel Research
    • Charleston, SC vs. Sevier Co. – Percent Change Hotel Occupancy Rates, 2008 over 2007 0% -5% -10% BLACK = Charleston, SC -15% RED = Sevier Co. -20% = Sevier Co. Occ Rate changed less Source: Smith Travel Research
    • Sevier Co. – Percent Change Avg. Daily Rates (ADR), 2008 over 2007 6% 4.2% 4% 3.6% 3.1% 2% 1.2% 0.8% 0.9% 0% -2% -1.3%-1.5% -4% -3.8%-3.7%-3.9% -6% Source: Smith Travel Research -5.9% -8%
    • Sevier Co. – Percent Change RevPAR, 2008 over 2007 5% 1.5% 1.5% 0.3% 0% -1.6% -5% -6.5% -6.0% -10% -10.1% -10.2% -11.9% -12.3% -15% -14.4% -20% Source: Smith Travel Research -19.4% -25%
    • Outlook for 2009 (Swimming or treading water?)
    • 2009 Economic Stimulus Package Not much help – Why? • 2008 stimulus package provided lump sum checks of $2,400 for family of five • 2009 stimulus package spreads same amount over full year to equal $13 more per week
    • Gas prices fall from $4.00+, but are beginning to rise $4.50 $4.11 $4.00 $3.50 $3.28 $3.00 $2.50 $2.18 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 $0.50 $0.00 20-Mar-08 Record High - 11-May-09 7/14/08 Source: AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report
    • What will be the shape of our recovery? Economic Growth V-Shaped? 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • What will be the shape of our recovery? Economic Growth U-Shaped? 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • What will be the shape of our recovery? Horizontal L-Shaped? Economic Growth 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • What is today’s consensus for recovery? • V-shaped recovery: 10% –(getting weaker) • U-shaped recovery: 85% –(getting weaker) • Horizontal L-shaped: 5% –(getting stronger)
    • Smith Travel Research Hotel Data Conference • August 4-5, 2009 • Nashville, TN • More information at: www.strglobal.com
    • Thank you for inviting me Questions? Comments? Stephen C. Morse, Ph.D. Director & Economist Tourism Institute University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN PH: (865) 974-6249 Email: smorse@utk.edu