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Hilton Head arts leader: New venue could have $500M economic impact on region

A new arts & entertainment venue on Hilton Head Island could have a $500 million economic impact on the region over a 5-year period. That's according to Dan Castro, a member of the Hilton Head Choral Society and vice president of Community Vision of Hilton Head (CVHH), a group that has been calling for a new arts center for nearly a decade. The figure comes from a study CVHH had done by USCB professor Dr. John Salazar. CVHH principles Castro, Mary Briggs, and Walter Graver recently visited The Island Packet & Beaufort Gazette's office in Bluffton and explained why they say a new entertainment venue would be a huge plus for the Lowcountry.
Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Hilton Head arts leader: New venue could have $500M economic impact on region 01:05

Hilton Head arts leader: New venue could have $500M economic impact on region

Remember floppy discs? They're still used for Hilton Head Arts Center's lighting system 01:41

Remember floppy discs? They're still used for Hilton Head Arts Center's lighting system

Roxanne Lasky's Eco Rust Project 01:18

Roxanne Lasky's Eco Rust Project

5 fashion tips for RBC Heritage 01:56

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