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Welcome to The Center For Carolina Living pages dedicated to informing the press and marketing research teams on how the Tourism and In-migration Industries are economically linked.

The $41 billion Carolina Tourism Industry is the “birth-mother” of the $39 billion In-migration Industry. These two Carolina wealth generators are now recognized as leading edge sectors in our economy and are warranted to grow for the next 25 years.

About half the work The Center For Carolina Living relates to combining primary research results from our visitor survey systems with University studies, the U.S. Census and national forecasting organizations to track growth trends.

Pat MasonOur 26-question Carolina Lifestyle Survey™ (PDF) collects demographic and psychographic motivational data from 4,000 families annually. Using sophisticated SQL tools, the data reports carry samples that deliver up to 93% confidence levels for business and policy decision making. National Change of Address Audits track and document relocation counts.

We welcome collaborative research opportunities and look forward to serving your goals.

Patrick Mason, Co-Founder
PMason@CarolinaLiving.com
Center For Carolina Living


About Us

2016 CarolinaLiving Editorial Calendar
PRINT | WEB | COMPASS eNEWS

Enterprise Background

Bio - Patrick Mason, Co-Founder


Research

Carolina In-migration Research Briefing ... Cashing in on Tourism

Carolina Lifestyle Survey™ (PDF)

Harris Poll Baby Boomer Study

Transformative Tourism: Creating Spiritual Capital
by Lauren Ponder


Articles

Turbo-Tourists Vital to Future Economic Success
Published in Columbia (SC) Business Monthly

Condition of the Carolinas Retirement Industry - Cashing In on Tourism

Turbo-Tourist Definition

Carolina Retiree Facts and Myths

Carolina Booming In-migration Industry
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond - Regional Focus Journal Article

Target Zoomers for Carolinas Business

Condition of the Carolinas Retirement In-migration Industry - Economic Linkage to Tourism Article for Bowden Market Barometer 5/12/12

Enterprise COMPASS eNewsletters

Past Issues