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Davidson-Peterson Associates to measure the economic impact of Red Sox spring training - Digital Research Inc
04 Feb 2009

Davidson-Peterson Associates to measure the economic impact of Red Sox spring training

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Kennebunk, ME – Davidson-Peterson Associates (DPA), the travel and tourism division of Digital Research, Inc., has been selected to measure the economic impact and lure of Red Sox and Minnesota Twins Spring Training to the Ft. Myers/Lee County, Florida area. DPA representatives will be conducting interviews at Red Sox and Minnesota Twins Spring Training practices and games. DPA also conducts Visitor Profiling and Economic Impact Research for the entire Lee County, Florida area.

About Davidson-Peterson Associates
Since its founding in 1974, Davidson-Peterson Associates (DPA) has specialized in marketing research and consulting for the travel and tourism industry. DPA brings a solid and extensive understanding of travel and tourism, combined with vast experience conducting research in this industry, particularly economic impact research. DPA is the travel and tourism division of Digital Research, Inc. (DRI), a full-service marketing research firm located in Kennebunk, Maine.

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