New Mexico Accommodation and food services sales, 2007 ($1,000) by County

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Accommodation and food services sales, 2007 ($1,000) - (Thousands of USD)
County Value
Bernalillo 1,398,044
Catron 2,638
Chaves 92,362
Cibola 117,318
Colfax 56,884
Curry 68,312
De Baca 0
Do±a Ana 238,748
Eddy 80,485
Grant 35,488
Guadalupe 16,673
Harding 276
Hidalgo 9,853
Lea 85,079
Lincoln 60,207
Los Alamos 17,726
Luna 36,899
McKinley 109,149
Mora 0
Otero 92,381
Quay 17,946
Rio Arriba 66,753
Roosevelt 17,635
San Juan 173,198
San Miguel 33,145
Sandoval 150,799
Santa Fe 540,400
Sierra 14,920
Socorro 24,224
Taos 100,133
Torrance 12,894
Union 6,557
Valencia 55,675

Value for New Mexico (Thousands of USD): 3,734,300

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Economic Census, 2007. Updated every 5 years.

Definitions: The Accommodation and Foodservices sector (sector 72) comprises establishments providing customers with lodging and/or prepared meals, snacks, and beverages for immediate consumption. The 2007 Economic Census classifies businesses according to the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), 2007.

Sales includes payments from customers for services rendered, from the use of facilities and from merchandise sold. If tax-exempt, sales includes dues and assessments from members and affiliates. Sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales and other taxes (including Hawaii's General Excise Tax) collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; gross sales and receipts of departments or concessions operated by other companies; and commissions or receipts from the sale of government lottery tickets. Excluded are sales from civic and social organizations; amusement and recreation parks; theaters; and other recreation or entertainment facilities providing food and beverage services.

Scope and Methodology:

The 2007 Economic Census measured activity during calendar year 2007. Large- and medium-size firms, including all firms known to operate more than one establishment, and a sample of small employers were sent questionnaires to be completed and returned to the Census Bureau by mail. Most very small firms were not sent a form, and data from existing administrative records of other Federal agencies were used instead.

These data include only establishments with paid employees. These data exclude governmental establishments.

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