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Need to find top companies or industries in any given area? Our AtoZdatabases electronic resource offers a searchable database of over 30 million US companies. Here is a screening of the largest public companies with headquarters in the Boston Metro Area.
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According to Team Marketing Report, the fan cost experience includes the prices of four adult average-price tickets, two small draft beers, four small soft drinks, four regular-size hot dogs, parking for one car, two game programs and two of the least expensive, adult-size adjustable caps.
For Boston, the total comes to $336.99. For St. Louis, the same experience costs $230.94.
Did you know that the average Major League Baseball fan in 2012 was 48 and made $58,600 per year? Or that the total expenditures on baseball equipment in 2012 were $496.5 million? Or that 12.1 million people played baseball in 2012?
According to Paul Guzzi, President of the Boston Chamber of Commerce, “We estimate along with the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau that each home game is worth $9 million. That’s a potential $36 million in addition to our approximately $10 million that has come in to the state and city’s economy from the recently concluded series.”
According to the National Retail Federation’s Halloween spending survey, conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, nearly 158 million consumers will participate in Halloween activities, slightly less than the survey high of 170 million people last year. Those celebrating will also trim their budgets, with the average person expected to spend $75.03 on décor, costumes, candy and fun, down from $79.82 last year. Total spending is estimated to reach $6.9 billion in 2013.