So says the Sheboygan Press:
The event's economic impact, which has topped $100 million in recent years at other host sites, is expected to extend to restaurants and other attractions near hotels and travel routes.
I know golfers are an up-scale crowd, tickets are expensive and people are coming in from all directions to watch the tournament, but take a look at these recent numbers:
Why World Series host cities barely break even
In last year’s World Series, three games held at Busch Stadium created a positive economic impact in St. Louis of at least $7.9 million per game, according to Alicia Jessop of Forbes.Just asking.