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Trickle-down economics of triathlon
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It's hard to find anything negative about this article. Indeed, makes a strong case for even more branded races.


http://www.pressdemocrat.com/...triathlons-in-sonoma
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Re: Trickle-down economics of triathlon [Pathlete] [ In reply to ]
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Great article - I am glad they did a study that shows positive economic impact to the community. Maybe we can show this to folks in other communities who get riled up about the events?

I would google “trickle-down economics” if I were you though. Although I understand what you are trying to convey with your post, this article has nothing to do with trickle-down economics.

Started triathlons to get girls, and continued to be better than people.
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Re: Trickle-down economics of triathlon [Pathlete] [ In reply to ]
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I'd be curious of the economics for an race like here in Raleigh, that ended in 2018. Or Waco 70.3 or whatever other "non destination" races. I think the value and facts are straight forward. I wonder how big an impact the location has on the total economic impact. It said 3.4 ppl on avg visited per family.

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Re: Trickle-down economics of triathlon [Anton84] [ In reply to ]
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Yeah - I know what trickle-down economics means. Was going for alliteration in the Subject Line.
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