As gay marriage, civil unions and domestic partnership laws expand, so do inclusive businesses:
Throughout the Northeast, competition has spiked among wedding sites, hotels, resorts and inns as the travel industry has realized that same-sex ceremonies can draw scores of guests, who turn these destinations weddings into weekend stays.
Same-sex couples may be an even more attractive market than their straight counterparts. The Travel Industry Association found that gay men tend to spend more on travel than heterosexuals do, and most unions in the Northeast involve out-of-state couples – in Vermont, over 80 percent. And a study by the School of Law of the University of California, Los Angeles, found New Jersey alone will make over $102 million annually from same-sex unions.
Let that be a lesson to all those politicians and conservatives who wag a finger at gay nuptials.
$102 million is a lot of money … us gays sure know how to spend!
Phoenix (the nellie, not the Pale one)
I wonder how much Canada is making off of it?
It’s adamantly clear who will cash in: the attorneys, of course, on divorce fees.
deferment and loan
deferment and loan loan on deferment
Comments are closed.