Booming Quinceanera Market Forecast for 2007

 

It is estimated that spending in this area will leap from $300 million in 2006 to $400 million in 2007, according to Quince Girl publisher Will Cain. This would represent a 33% margin of growth, year over year.

Average spending on a quinceanera celebration is between $4000 and $5000 dollars, and can reach far beyond those figures.

With projections showing that the U.S. Hispanic teen population will grow 18% by 2012, many anticipate spending on quinceanera celebrations to swell proportionately.


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