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Category Archives: Household composition

Where have all the babies gone?

Our recent issue of our Leisure eNewsletter included the article, Where have all the babies gone, that discusses the continuing baby bust, the continuing decline in the birth rate since 2007 that has resulted in the birth of 4.9 million … Continue reading

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Looking back and looking forward at the FEC industry

Looking back through the history of the family entertainment center industry and predictions of what the future holds for its success. Continue reading

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College-degreed households biggest spenders at location-based entertainment venues

In 2012, households where the highest education level of a household member was a Bachelor’s Degree or higher accounted for the majority of all spending at location-based entertainment venues . . .Those households make up only 38% of all households. Continue reading

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