Dallas (Tex.); Lion Country Safari; Zoos; Real estate development; Feasibility studies; Marketing research; Economic research; Tourism
In 1970, Lion Country Safari, owned by National Leisure, Inc. operated two animal parks one in Florida and one in California. Lion Country Safari was looking for a third location at which to expand its operations; the Dallas, Texas, area had been tentatively selected as the location, and negotiations for a parcel of property on which to locate an attraction were under way. However, prior to making a final decision regarding this area, Economics Research Associates was retained to conduct an analysis and feasibility evaluation of the proposed Dallas attraction. The report has the following sections: 1) introduction, 2) summary of major conclusions, 3) economic environment of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan areas , 4) market analysis and attendance projections, and 5) financial analysis. The report includes 14 tables.
Economics Research Associates
Lion Country Safari, Inc.
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Dallas (Tex.); Lion Country Safari; Animal parks; Site evaluation; Feasibility studies; Market research; Economic research; Tourism
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2005.
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http://library.ucf.edu/specialcollections/Collections/ManuscriptsPrice.php (University of Central Florida Special Collections Harrison "Buzz" Price Papers finding aid); http://ucf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?29CF033206285 (University of Central Florida Libraries Online Catalog)
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Economics Research Associates, "Economic Feasibility Analysis of Lion Country Safari Park in Texas" (1970). Harrison "Buzz" Price Papers. 14.