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.

Emily Wurpts (cq) (counter clockwise from left) turns to her son Jayden, 1, as they have lunch with Stephanie Frasier, Hilary (cq) McCasland, Thad Frasier, 1, and Amy Allert, all of Fayetteville, Friday afternoon Jan. 17, 2014 at Chick-fil-A at Razorback Road (cq) in Fayetteville. The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission collected more than $2.6 million in hotel, motel and restaurant taxes in 2013. That's a 4.43 percent increase compared to 2012.

People like to eat chicken sandwiches in Fayetteville.


Top Taxpayers

The following businesses paid the most in hotel, motel and restaurant taxes to the Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission last year.



  1. Chick-fil-A4180 N. College Ave.$42,660
  2. Chick-fil-A1369 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.$36,807
  3. Olive Garden3616 N. Mall Ave.$36,081
  4. Golden Corral4507 N. College Ave.$31,777
  5. Penguin Ed’s Bar-B-Que230 S. East Ave.; 2773 E. Mission Blvd.; and 6347 W. Wedington Drive.$31,094
  6. Shogun4096 N. Steele Blvd.$28,445
  7. Red Lobster3885 N. Shiloh Drive$28,062
  8. McDonald’s578 E. Joyce Blvd.$26,994
  9. Logan’s Roadhouse3611 N. Shiloh Drive$25,780
  10. Rick’s Bakery1220 N. College Ave.$25,268



  1. The Chancellor Hotel70 N. East Ave.$35,450
  2. Courtyard by Marriott600 Van Asche Drive$32,024
  3. Hampton Inn915 Krupa Drive$23,390
  4. Homewood Suites1305 N. Palak Drive$23,292
  5. Staybridge Suites1577 W. 15th St.$22,473.59

Source: Fayetteville Advertising And Promotion Commission

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Go to the online version of this story at nwaonline.com to view 2013 tax collections from 480 Fayetteville businesses.

Source: Staff Report

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