Monday, March 04, 2019

Kansas City AirBnb Stays Winning

Big money for local guests with better data reporting than this town's fake tourism numbers . . .

"In the Kansas City area, Airbnb guests generated almost $15 million for hosts last year. This includes $12.5 million from 131,000 visits in Jackson County."

More info for subscribers:

Airbnb delivers $4.1M in taxes to Missouri - Kansas City Business Journal

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good news for the individuals offering their properties.
Good news for the state.
Bad news for hotels.
It's lucky no more are being built in KCMO.
Oh, wait!

Opionions Are My Own So Just Deal With It said...

Well... Mighty fine article veteran journalist Veneta Rizvic (I do it for the pageviews) - "Social Engagement Manager & Reporter" from St. Louis whipped up there.

I guess we can all relax now and jump on the Airbnb path to fabulous wealth and riches and caviar dreams. Hurry or you'll miss out on the momentum!

Anonymous said...

^^One of the dumbest posts on here. Are you retarded or 12?

Anonymous said...

^^Out shines the crap you post all the time.

Anonymous said...

^^No. It doesn't.

Speaks Like Mr. Bill said...

Gee Whiz the data sez is all frosty! Man we better get into this or we'll be left behind our peers! Let's put on our helicopter hats!

Anonymous said...

^^Ugh. The retard special-ed class must be out again today.