Fayetteville Hospitality Tax Receipts Up
Two Chick-Fil-A Franchises, Chancellor Hotel Top The Charts In 2013
Posted: January 18, 2014 at 5 a.m.
People like to eat chicken sandwiches in Fayetteville.
AT A GLANCE
The following businesses paid the most in hotel, motel and restaurant taxes to the Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission last year.
- Chick-fil-A4180 N. College Ave.$42,660
- Chick-fil-A1369 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.$36,807
- Olive Garden3616 N. Mall Ave.$36,081
- Golden Corral4507 N. College Ave.$31,777
- Penguin Ed’s Bar-B-Que230 S. East Ave.; 2773 E. Mission Blvd.; and 6347 W. Wedington Drive.$31,094
- Shogun4096 N. Steele Blvd.$28,445
- Red Lobster3885 N. Shiloh Drive$28,062
- McDonald’s578 E. Joyce Blvd.$26,994
- Logan’s Roadhouse3611 N. Shiloh Drive$25,780
- Rick’s Bakery1220 N. College Ave.$25,268
- The Chancellor Hotel70 N. East Ave.$35,450
- Courtyard by Marriott600 Van Asche Drive$32,024
- Hampton Inn915 Krupa Drive$23,390
- Homewood Suites1305 N. Palak Drive$23,292
- Staybridge Suites1577 W. 15th St.$22,473.59
Source: Fayetteville Advertising And Promotion Commission
On The Web
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Source: Staff Report
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