October 20, 2011
Report States Sunday Hunting in Pa. May Generate $804M
According to a bipartisan legislative study released yesterday, Pennsylvania will generate up to $804 million in economic activity by allowing Sunday hunting. Southwick Associates, who conducted the study, found that allowing Sunday hunting would create approximately 7,500 jobs while bringing in nearly $57 million in state and local taxes and producing $460 million in retail sales.
These statistics match-up closely with an economic impact report released by the Sunday hunting coalition earlier this year.
To learn more, visit the Sunday Hunting Website.
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