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Snowmobiling Season Generates Millions for Chautauqua County Economy



MAYVILLE,
N.Y -- Ben Webb, owner of Webb's Captain's Table and Cottage Collection
in Mayville, welcomed a handful of snowmobilers for lunch on Tuesday."As
soon as you do have good snow, it's like all of a sudden a switch gets
turned and suddenly there are people in the area," said Webb.

While some businesses close up shop for the season, Webb's and others bank on being a year-round destination.

"It's
because the area we live in has got four phenomenal seasons. We have
the opportunity for some pretty amazing winter recreation," said Webb.

"Even
though summer is a busier time, they still need year round revenue,"
said Andrew Nixon, Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau executive director.
"It's not as strong in the winter but it's still part of their overall
business scheme."

Nixon said snowmobiling is one of the area's
primary draws and generates anywhere from $3 million to $7 million for
the local economy. Nixon said over a 6- to 10-week period, consumer
spending is up for businesses like restaurants, hotels and gas stations.

"We
rely on the outdoor recreation enthusiasts like skiers and snowmobilers
so when they start to come, it puts money right in the pockets of
business who otherwise would be having a very slow time," said Nixon.

The
Visitors Bureau also advertises in several regional publications and
counts on social media to draw snowmobilers from several nearby states
to resorts like Webb's.

"All of a sudden, it creates a certain
energy and excitement that's noticed immediately, people start to come
into town, you start to see the actual motion and movement of the people
riding the snowmobiles," said Webb.

Business is expected to spike even more during February's annual winter festival in Mayville.


- See more at:
http://buffalo.twcnews.com/content/news/800141/snowmobiling-season-generates-millions-for-chautauqua-county-economy/#sthash.mOPU8X7u.dpuf
MAYVILLE, N.Y -- Ben Webb, owner of Webb's Captain's Table and Cottage Collection in Mayville, welcomed a handful of snowmobilers for lunch on Tuesday."As soon as you do have good snow, it's like all of a sudden a switch gets turned and suddenly there are people in the area," said Webb.
While some businesses close up shop for the season, Webb's and others bank on being a year-round destination.
"It's because the area we live in has got four phenomenal seasons. We have the opportunity for some pretty amazing winter recreation," said Webb.
"Even though summer is a busier time, they still need year round revenue," said Andrew Nixon, Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau executive director. "It's not as strong in the winter but it's still part of their overall business scheme."
Nixon said snowmobiling is one of the area's primary draws and generates anywhere from $3 million to $7 million for the local economy. Nixon said over a 6- to 10-week period, consumer spending is up for businesses like restaurants, hotels and gas stations.
"We rely on the outdoor recreation enthusiasts like skiers and snowmobilers so when they start to come, it puts money right in the pockets of business who otherwise would be having a very slow time," said Nixon.
The Visitors Bureau also advertises in several regional publications and counts on social media to draw snowmobilers from several nearby states to resorts like Webb's.
"All of a sudden, it creates a certain energy and excitement that's noticed immediately, people start to come into town, you start to see the actual motion and movement of the people riding the snowmobiles," said Webb.
Business is expected to spike even more during February's annual winter festival in Mayville.
- See more at: http://buffalo.twcnews.com/content/news/800141/snowmobiling-season-generates-millions-for-chautauqua-county-economy/#sthash.mOPU8X7u.dpuf





Snowmobiling Season Generates Millions for Chautauqua County Economy



MAYVILLE,
N.Y -- Ben Webb, owner of Webb's Captain's Table and Cottage Collection
in Mayville, welcomed a handful of snowmobilers for lunch on Tuesday."As
soon as you do have good snow, it's like all of a sudden a switch gets
turned and suddenly there are people in the area," said Webb.

While some businesses close up shop for the season, Webb's and others bank on being a year-round destination.

"It's
because the area we live in has got four phenomenal seasons. We have
the opportunity for some pretty amazing winter recreation," said Webb.

"Even
though summer is a busier time, they still need year round revenue,"
said Andrew Nixon, Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau executive director.
"It's not as strong in the winter but it's still part of their overall
business scheme."

Nixon said snowmobiling is one of the area's
primary draws and generates anywhere from $3 million to $7 million for
the local economy. Nixon said over a 6- to 10-week period, consumer
spending is up for businesses like restaurants, hotels and gas stations.

"We
rely on the outdoor recreation enthusiasts like skiers and snowmobilers
so when they start to come, it puts money right in the pockets of
business who otherwise would be having a very slow time," said Nixon.

The
Visitors Bureau also advertises in several regional publications and
counts on social media to draw snowmobilers from several nearby states
to resorts like Webb's.

"All of a sudden, it creates a certain
energy and excitement that's noticed immediately, people start to come
into town, you start to see the actual motion and movement of the people
riding the snowmobiles," said Webb.

Business is expected to spike even more during February's annual winter festival in Mayville.


- See more at:
http://buffalo.twcnews.com/content/news/800141/snowmobiling-season-generates-millions-for-chautauqua-county-economy/#sthash.mOPU8X7u.dpuf


MAYVILLE,
N.Y -- Ben Webb, owner of Webb's Captain's Table and Cottage Collection
in Mayville, welcomed a handful of snowmobilers for lunch on Tuesday."As
soon as you do have good snow, it's like all of a sudden a switch gets
turned and suddenly there are people in the area," said Webb.

While some businesses close up shop for the season, Webb's and others bank on being a year-round destination.

"It's
because the area we live in has got four phenomenal seasons. We have
the opportunity for some pretty amazing winter recreation," said Webb.

"Even
though summer is a busier time, they still need year round revenue,"
said Andrew Nixon, Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau executive director.
"It's not as strong in the winter but it's still part of their overall
business scheme."

Nixon said snowmobiling is one of the area's
primary draws and generates anywhere from $3 million to $7 million for
the local economy. Nixon said over a 6- to 10-week period, consumer
spending is up for businesses like restaurants, hotels and gas stations.

"We
rely on the outdoor recreation enthusiasts like skiers and snowmobilers
so when they start to come, it puts money right in the pockets of
business who otherwise would be having a very slow time," said Nixon.

The
Visitors Bureau also advertises in several regional publications and
counts on social media to draw snowmobilers from several nearby states
to resorts like Webb's.

"All of a sudden, it creates a certain
energy and excitement that's noticed immediately, people start to come
into town, you start to see the actual motion and movement of the people
riding the snowmobiles," said Webb.

Business is expected to spike even more during February's annual winter festival in Mayville.


- See more at:
http://buffalo.twcnews.com/content/news/800141/snowmobiling-season-generates-millions-for-chautauqua-county-economy/#sthash.mOPU8X7u.dpuf




MAYVILLE,
N.Y -- Ben Webb, owner of Webb's Captain's Table and Cottage Collection
in Mayville, welcomed a handful of snowmobilers for lunch on Tuesday."As
soon as you do have good snow, it's like all of a sudden a switch gets
turned and suddenly there are people in the area," said Webb.

While some businesses close up shop for the season, Webb's and others bank on being a year-round destination.

"It's
because the area we live in has got four phenomenal seasons. We have
the opportunity for some pretty amazing winter recreation," said Webb.

"Even
though summer is a busier time, they still need year round revenue,"
said Andrew Nixon, Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau executive director.
"It's not as strong in the winter but it's still part of their overall
business scheme."

Nixon said snowmobiling is one of the area's
primary draws and generates anywhere from $3 million to $7 million for
the local economy. Nixon said over a 6- to 10-week period, consumer
spending is up for businesses like restaurants, hotels and gas stations.

"We
rely on the outdoor recreation enthusiasts like skiers and snowmobilers
so when they start to come, it puts money right in the pockets of
business who otherwise would be having a very slow time," said Nixon.

The
Visitors Bureau also advertises in several regional publications and
counts on social media to draw snowmobilers from several nearby states
to resorts like Webb's.

"All of a sudden, it creates a certain
energy and excitement that's noticed immediately, people start to come
into town, you start to see the actual motion and movement of the people
riding the snowmobiles," said Webb.

Business is expected to spike even more during February's annual winter festival in Mayville.


- See more at:
http://buffalo.twcnews.com/content/news/800141/snowmobiling-season-generates-millions-for-chautauqua-county-economy/#sthash.mOPU8X7u.dpuf








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