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Impact of Arizona Highways Magazine's Facebook Page

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Arizona Highways magazine is a powerful tool in highlighting, and presumably attracting tourists to, Arizona, and is particularly renowned for its photography. The publication currently has over one million readers and circulates in all 50 states and in two‐thirds of

Arizona Highways magazine is a powerful tool in highlighting, and presumably attracting tourists to, Arizona, and is particularly renowned for its photography. The publication currently has over one million readers and circulates in all 50 states and in two‐thirds of the world’s countries. In addition to the print publication, AHM utilizes electronic media, namely a website and Facebook Page, to reach customers and potential tourists. The Facebook Page enables users to engage in dialogue and interaction with each other—uploading photographs, sharing accounts of personal travel experiences, and reacting to specific AHM content—thereby personalizing their connection with the magazine and fellow users.

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2014-02

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The Grand Canyon National Park

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Document outlining Senator Hayden's proposal for national park status. Addresses the issue of miner's and land owner's rights while touting the benefits of tourism. Circa 1915.

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Letter From Stephen T. Mather to Carl Hayden

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Letter from Stephen T. Mather to Carl T. Hayden thanking Hayden for his advice about visiting Arizona.

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1924-04-21

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Mexican Visitors to Arizona: Visitor Characteristics and Economic Impacts (2007-08)

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This is the fourth study conducted by The University of Arizona since the late 1970s which assesses direct spending by Mexican visitors and estimates their total economic impact on Arizona.

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2008-12

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City of Scottsdale Visitor Inquiry Study

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A study of a sample of individuals who contacted the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau from April 2013 to March 2014, to determine their travel patterns (length of stay, activities during stay, trip spending, etc.) and demographics.

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2014-08