St. Patrick’s Day in America
Considered a pot of gold for business in US, the world wide celebration of the Patrick Carnival was definitely a big hit in America. People have attended to the countless “green” parties, held in different locations and triggering a divergent public.
There has been reported that more than 126 million Americans have plans to celebrate the Irish day. Spending approximately 38$ each, people are going to shell out over 4.5 billion dollars for the event. The expectations have gone up since 2014, when every individual spent only 35 dollars on the known affair. Making it to the end of the St. Patrick’s Day rainbow, U.S. News has announced the most important numbers from the holiday’s consumer spending pot of gold.
Bars and restaurants will be crowded by more than 37 million Americans looking to have a good time. Another 24 million are expected to animate private parties and general events on the theme. Over 103 million people are determined to wear green through the day. There are 33.3 million people who claim Irish heritage in the U.S. Despite the big number, they would only represent 26 percent of the celebrants; if all consider it is in their right to honor their ancestors.
The most festive age group is the 25 to 34 year-old people and they are the most keen ones to decorate their homes into a representative place for celebration. Fortunately, the most affordable card for St. Patrick’s day seems to be the 1$ one, found at Hallmark. Since the starting price to celebrate is considered cheap my most, throw in a green t-shirt and go party!