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March 2017 – Southwick Associates Industry Newsletter

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Welcome to the Southwick Associates newsletter focusing on market research and economics related to hunting, shooting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation. March 2017 In This Issue: Data Dashboards – Mining […]

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Dec 2016 – Southwick Associates Industry Newsletter

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Welcome to the Southwick Associates newsletter focusing on market research and economics related to hunting, shooting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation In This Issue Improve Your Connection with Millennial Hunters […]

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SOUTHWICK ASSOCIATES MARCH 2016 NEWSLETTER: Focusing On Research And Statistics For Fishing, Hunting And Outdoor Agencies And NGOs

Southwick Associates March 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the Southwick Associates March 2016 newsletter focusing on the economics, business and statistics of fish, wildlife, and their associated outdoor recreations. Make it Local, Make it Real: Sportfishing […]

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Southwick Associates January 2014 Newsletter

Survey Reveals What Influences Hunter & Angler Purchases

Welcome to the Southwick Associates January 2014 newsletter focusing on the economics, business and statistics of fish, wildlife, and their associated outdoor recreations.   In This Issue: Southwick Associates Poised to […]

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Southwick Hunting Market Report Reveals Never Before Seen Data

June 30, 2013 – Southwick Hunting Market Report Reveals Never Before Seen Data -There were as many as 14.3 million active hunters in 2012 who spent $7.8 billion on their sport, but how that money was divided among specific product categories has never clearly been available. That is until now! Southwick Associates, the outdoor industry’s leading research and survey firm, is currently offering the 2012 Size of Hunting Market Report. The first-of-its-kind report is available to businesses, agencies, organizations and the media and is the most accurate and complete study of the actual amount of hunting-related expenditures available. It offers information critical for any business or group focused on providing products and services to this market.

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Southwick Associates June 2013 Newsletter

June 20, 2013 – Southwick Associates, June 2013 Newsletter -The money invested in supporting natural resource conservation, specifically for those programs designed to manage wildlife and fish populations along with their habitat, provide much more than mere recreational benefits for those who hunt, fish or watch wildlife. These investments actually serve as a powerful driver of economic benefits that generate a positive ripple effect throughout the American economy. The report, “The Conservation Economy in America: Direct Investments and Economic Contributions,” written and researched by Southwick Associates for The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation sheds light on the true nature and impact of these investments.

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Southwick Associates March 2013 Newsletter

March 19, 2013 – Southwick Associates, March 2013 Newsletter – Welcome to the Southwick Associates newsletter focusing on the economics, business and statistics of fish, wildlife, and their associated outdoor recreations.

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Southwick Associates November 2012 Newsletter

Southwick Associates January 2011 Newsletter

November 2012 – Welcome to the Southwick Associates newsletter focusing on the economics, business and statistics of fish and wildlife and their associated outdoor recreation. In this issue — The Outdoor Recreation Economy Keeps Growing, — Bass Angler Buying Habits Revealed, — Deer Hunter Buying Habits Revealed, — Survey Participation Makes a Difference in Hunting, Fishing & Shooting, — Rural Utah Benefits from Tourism and Recreation, — Rising Fuel Prices Hurt Outdoor Recreation, — Access Remains Chief Concern Among Sportsmen in U.S.

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