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Port Canaveral

Growing Impact

Revenue at Port Canaveral is expected to jump 36% over the next few years

| 8/1/2010
Port Canaveral
Cruise lines carried 3.25 million passengers through Port Canaveral in 2009.

Revenue at Port Canaveral is expected to jump 36% over the next few years.

Category 2009 2012*
Jobs 13,093 16,124
Wages $648.8 million $779.6 million
Revenue $1.1 billion $1.5 billion
State/local taxes $48 million $58 million
* projected
Source: 2010 economic impact study for Canaveral Port Authority by Martin Associates of Lancaster, Pa.

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