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Study finds Agritourism brings billions to Virginia economy

On April 28, 2017 Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that a new economic impact study, conducted by Dr. Vince Magnini with the Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business, shows that Virginia's agritourism industry accounts for $2.2 billion in economic activity. The report also shows that the economic activity attributed to the Commonwealth's 1,400 agritourism businesses supports 22,000 jobs, contributes $840 million in income, and injects $135 million in state and local taxes. The study is the first statewide benchmark report to measure the economic and fiscal impacts of Virginia's agritourism sector.  Full Study


Commercial Grape Report -The information presented in this report was gathered through a census of all known grape producers in Virginia. Data was collected during the months of November 2015 through February 2016 by mail, telephone and online individual responses. Information obtained during the course of this survey was kept completely confidential. Only aggregate data is presented in this report. For further inquiries about this survey, please contact the Virginia Wine Board Marketing Office at 804.344.8200  Most Recent Report

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