Travel Personality, Motivators, and Tourism Trends

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1. The person who believed we travel to 'Escape the Family' was: Freud

2. The travel personality of a tourist who visits Mt. Everest would be considered: Allocentric

3. A person who travels 3 hours to another city for business purposes and returns within 24 hours is a: Same day visitor

4. When Canadians travel outside the country, the country that receives the most Canadians visitors is: USA

5. 2011 Total - 2010 Total (40,000,000-34,000,000 times 100) Equals the Change

6. A= 2011 Total (1+%Change/100)^# of years (Number of arrivals in 20--)

7. The main travel motivator for someone who prefers to fly first class is: Status and prestige motivator

8. Events causing negative impact on travel: 9/11

9. If the ratio scale of 1:200 000 were converted to a statement scale, it would read: 1cm is 200 000 in real life

10. Rapid growth of the tourism industry started after World War 2 because of: Baby Boomers

11. This country had the most international tourists arrivals in 2016: France

12. The travel personality of a tourist who visits western Europe would be considered: Midcentric

13. Tourism greatest contributor to global warming is: Airplanes

14. The main travel motivator for someone who would like to visit china is: Cultural Motivator

15. 1cm= 5Km (1:500 000)

16. This type of travel is predominately for recreational or leisure purposes: Tourists

17. A vacation on a single cruise of the Caribbean would be considered to be what type of tourism: Recreational

18. The travel motivator for a trip to New York city to receive medical treatment: Curative Health Motivators

21. Name an Allocentric destination: Kenya

22. Trends that are happening: Internet booking

23. Famous cultural destination: China

24. Name a midcentric activity/destination: Paris

25. To convert from a statement scale to ratio scale, you multiply by: 100 000

26. Few hotels are considered to be green because of their excessive use of carbon emissions

27. Spiritual tourism is considered: Religious

28. The travel motivator for a trip to a high class resort in the Caribbean: Status/Prestige

29. The travel motivator who has a job and kid must overcome: Time and Family

30. Name a psychocentric destination: USA

31. This person was the man credited with inventing mass group tourism: Thomas Cook

32. To convert from ratio scale to a statement scale, you divide by: 100 000

40. The mountains, clean air, and proximity to serene hiking trails make it highly suitable for a variety of recreational activities. Mountain biking, trail running, hiking, meditation retreats, bird watching, and business conferences and retreats are all logical uses of this geography and so are suitable expansion options for Squaw Valley Resort.

A second important feature of these potential expansion areas is that they require fairly low level of capital investment. If for instance the company takes on hiking and trail running, Squaw Valley could establish itself as a luxury destination for spring through fall outdoor recreation by developing strategic partnerships with leading running brands like Salomon and Brooks alongside sponsored influencers and athletes who will provide high visibility through social media for the resort as a key destination for the sport. Investments in marketing for an off-season business will increase overall brand awareness for the resort.

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