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CONSISTENCY?. Recreation then is highly volatile and individually oriented - possibility of conflicts? So how do we look at it?. Recreation Needs. Demand Satisfiers - political - market -financial -environmental. Demand Generators - social -cultural -economic - knowledge/time.

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consistency
CONSISTENCY?
  • Recreation then is highly volatile and individually oriented - possibility of conflicts?
  • So how do we look at it?
slide2
Recreation Needs

Demand Satisfiers

- political

- market

-financial

-environmental

Demand Generators

- social

-cultural

-economic

- knowledge/time

Actors

private

public

commercial

Facilities / Activities

Resource Base

Physical, Socio/cultural, Economic, Political

first direction
First Direction
  • Employed by business
  • Advantage of concrete numbers
    • Therefore graphs, statistics

Demographics.

introduction to population definitions
Introduction to PopulationDefinitions
  • SIZE OF THE POPULATION
  • Differing and sometimes contradictory impacts
slide5
The size of the population will affect the type and number of facilities
  • this should produce a regular pattern associated with the location of population because we use the general population to represent the ‘target’ population
non obvious factors
Non Obvious Factors
  • Skyline Marina
  • 45 yrs old
  • 2 employees
  • 2004 – 16
  • $ 23,000 – 2 million
  • What would appear to be wrong??
wall drug south dakota1
Direction now is across I90

Variety of attractions

South to Mt Rushmore

West to Yellowstone, Devils Tower, Big Horn Mtns

Wall DrugSouth Dakota
slide12
1931
  • Ted and Dorothy Hustead and family roll into Wall, South Dakota
    • 50 mi. east of Rapid City
    • on the edge of the badlands
    • on route between Mid-west (Chicago) and Yellowstone, Devils Tower and other ‘natural’ attractions
  • Nickname - ‘geographical centre of nowhere’
  • Buy only drug store in town for $3,000
    • income in first month - $360
slide13
Family Agreement that they would try it for 5 years then move
  • After 4 yrs. 6 mos. no success
    • Dorothy notices that the traffic going by on Rte 16 disrupts her afternoon naps
    • Suggestion that a small sign offering free ice water might divert tourists heading to:
    • Mt. Rushmore
slide15
Burma Shave had a tradition of offering sequential signs
  • Hustead followed the same pattern in an attempt to divert traffic (off hwy 1.5 blocks)
slide16
GET A SODAGET ROOT BEERTURN THE CORNERJUST AS NEARTO HIGHWAY 16 AND 14FREE ICE WATERWALL DRUG
slide17
Expansion of the store - goods plus attractions
  • Product plus price plus promotion plus place equals profit.
  • Signs on every highway in South Dakota and neighbouring states - all giving the distance to Wall Drug
  • Pre WWII the advertising budget was $300,000
    • GI’s overseas pair ‘distance to Wall Drug’ with the ‘Kilroy was here’ signs
slide18
Signs are posted internationally
    • Buses in London, England
    • Every train station in Kenya
    • A sign by the Taj Mahal - “only 10,728 miles to Wall Drug”
  • Every visitor from year one has received a free ‘Wall Drug’ sign. The advertising budget is not significantly larger today because of impromptu signs
highway beautification act
Highway Beautification Act
  • 1965 - Lady Bird Johnson plows through the act forbidding the erection of billboards on highways
    • process continuing today
  • Bill Hustead (son) gets himself elected Chairman of the South Dakota highway Commission
    • Signs now only in South Dakota and overseas
slide20
I 90
  • During the Johnson reign - I 90 is built - bypassing Wall and routing tourists further away
slide22
Bill Hustead embarks on a campaign to enlarge Wall Drug
  • Replica of old pharmacy remains - features a suppository machine
  • expansion to a 75,000 sq. ft. enclosed mall with a variety of shops and ‘corny free attractions - replica of a Trappist monastery
  • 400 seat café still sells 5 cent coffee - and free ice water (1.5 tons of ice / day)
slide27
1926, the great "Mother Road”,Route 66, one of the most celebrated roads in U.S. history paved it's way through America. Route 66 spanned Chicago through Los Angeles. It was created with the intention of being "America's Highway," a thoroughfare connecting the main streets of rural and urban communities along its 2400 mile path..
slide28
(GET YOUR KICKS ON) ROUTE 66    [Bobby Troup]
  • If you ever plan to motor Westtravel my way, take the highway, that's the bestGet your kicks on Route 66Well it winds from Chicago to L.A.more than two thousand miles all the wayGet your kicks on Route 66You go through St. Louis,Joplin, Missouri, Oklahoma City that's mighty purtyyou'll see Amarillo, Gallup New MexicoFlagstaff Arizona, and don't forget WinonaKingman, Barstow, San BernardinoWon't you get hipto this timely tipwhen you make that California tripGet your kicks on Route 66
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