Between 1995 and 2013 revenues earned by lodging places rose steadily, increasing 58% in inflation-adjusted terms. However, between 2007 and 2010 lodging revenues declined by 21% to their lowest level since 2001, but by 2013 revenues regained all that loss. Overall, since 1995 revenues to Ashland lodging establishments have increased by 124%, or 58% when adjusted for inflation. Inflation adjustment is important to correct for increases in revenues related only to the general rise in the national price level rather than real increases in revenues to lodging places.
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