Category Archives: Statistics

Facts & Stats About Springfield Visitors January-February 2016

Traffic at the CVB tourist information centers is up along with visits to the bureau’s website, www.SpringfieldMo.org. Those are good signs for the city’s travel and tourism industry as the 2016 season ramps up for the year. If you have questions about the statistics presented below, feel free to give us a call at 417-881-5300 […]
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Facts & Stats About Springfield’s Lodging Industry January 2016

Statistics gathered by the Convention & Visitors Bureau indicate the year is off to a good start for Springfield’s lodging industry. Considering 2015 was a record year for the city’s travel and tourism industry, that’s great news! Check out the stats below and keep an eye on Issues & Info this year to see how […]
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CVB Celebrating Achievements

The numbers for 2015 are in (see below) and not only was it a good year for Springfield’s lodging industry, it was a record year! Room sales passed the $100 million mark for the first time ever and average daily rate topped out at $79.47, another record for the city. “Last year was the second […]
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Springfield Airport Passengers Break Record in 2015

With the total passenger count at 919,044, 2015 was a record year at Springfield-Branson National Airport. It smashes the old record set in 2005 of 888,738, and is a 9% increase over 2014 passenger numbers. “Over 70,000 more passengers used the Springfield airport last year than in 2014,” says Brian Weiler, airport director of aviation. […]
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Facts & Stats About Springfield’s Lodging Industry January-November 2015

It takes a while for lodging statistics to trickle in from Springfield’s hotels but we’re sure the end-of-year numbers will be worth the wait. That’s because 2015 is going to be a record year thanks to a strong economy and lower gas prices resulting in lots of people visiting the city. As we gaze into […]
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Facts & Stats About Springfield Visitors January-November 2015

Soon we’ll have year-end numbers but there’s something we can tell you even before the numbers are final: In every category tracked by the CVB, the numbers are up and we’ll end the year with record-breaking statistics. That’s good news for a variety of reasons but mostly because it means more travelers are boosting the […]
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CVB Website Breaks Record

While most people were spending Christmas Day opening presents, eating big meals and enjoying time with family, Sean Dixon was busy checking website numbers. Dixon had a big goal for the Convention & Visitors Bureau website this year and on Christmas Day, his dream came true. Dixon, interactive media manager for the CVB, wanted to […]
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Facts & Stats About Springfield’s Lodging Industry Through October 2015

As the year winds to a close, it’s good to see lots of people have visited Springfield this year. October, in fact, was the best October ever in room demand and the eighth best month ever in room demand. It also had the second highest average daily rate on record and third highest sales on […]
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Facts & Stats About Springfield Visitors Through October 2015

If you like numbers, you’ll like these. In nearly every category recorded by the Convention & Visitors Bureau, the numbers are up this year. Check out the stats below and call 417-881-5300 if you have questions.            
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Facts & Stats About Springfield’s Lodging Industry Through September 2015

Springfield’s lodging industry continues faring well in 2015. Room sales are up for the year along with every other metric used to gauge the health of the city’s lodging facilities. For more information, contact the Convention & Visitors Bureau at 417-881-5300.    
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