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					                                     Market Texas Tourism,
                   Office of the Governor, Economic Development & Tourism
                     TEXAS HOTEL PERFORMANCE REPORT:
                       FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR OF 2006
             BY METRO, WITH COUNTIES, YEAR-TO-DATE DATA TABLES

Texas lodging room revenues gained 13.2 percent to $6.1 billion in the year of 2005, after
gaining 15 percent in 2005. Demand created by hurricanes Katrina and Rita accounted for roughly
half of the 2005 revenue increase. Revenues dropped 9 percent in 2001, 1.3 percent in 2002, and
1.9 percent in 2003 before gaining 7.4 percent in 2004, 15 percent in 2005 and 13.2 percent last
year. Throughout the 1990’s, room revenues averaged 7.5 percent growth.

In the Fourth quarter, room revenues
reached $1.445 billion, up 4.5 percent
from the $1.383 billion in the Fourth
quarter of 2005, and up 34 percent
over the Fourth quarter of 2004.
Prices in the quarter rose by 6.9 percent.

Annual 2005 roomnights sold, the
measure of real consumer demand,
increased by a strong 4.2 percent
despite a 2.3 percent decline in the
Fourth quarter. Room supply grew 2.8
percent in the quarter.

For the year, occupancy edged up 1.2 points to 61.1 percent, well above the 57 percent long-
term industry average, and following a 3.9 point increase in 2005 and a 1 point increase in
2004. In the Fourth quarter, occupancy was 57.2 percent, down 3 points due to the inflated demand
in 2005’s Fourth quarter. This performance confirms the industry’s continued return to the high
growth levels of the 1990’s based on the general economy. In the quarter, Revenue Per Available
Room per day (REVPAR) rose by 1.7 percent.

                             Texas: Percentage Change Vs. Year Ago
                        Room      Room       Rooms       %        $       $
             Qtr/Yr    Supply     Rev $        Sold    Occ    Price   RPAR
           4th '04        3.0       9.3          6.4    3.4     2.7     6.1
           1st '05        2.6       5.9          4.8    2.2     1.0     3.2
           2nd            1.8      12.7          6.8    4.8     5.5    10.5
           3rd            2.1      14.8          8.7    6.3     5.6    12.4
           4th            2.3      27.7        16.6    13.7     9.6    24.6
           1st '06        2.2      21.9        11.7     2.2     9.1    19.3
           2nd            2.1      15.7          4.4    2.3    10.8    13.3
           3rd            2.2      11.2          3.5    1.3     7.5     8.8
           4th            2.8       4.5         -2.3   -5.0     6.9     1.7

                                                                                      TXTMSA2006
In the near future, we expect revenues to
show gains ranging from 5 to 10 percent, in
line with the Texas history evident prior to the
2001 recession and tragedy. For the year,
twenty of twenty-seven areas posted double
digit revenue increases, and for the first time
since Source Strategies tracking started in
1988, no metro declined.

For the Fourth quarter, eastern metros
Beaumont lost 22 percent, Houston 16.5
percent, Texarkana 19.1 percent, and Tyler
2 percent versus the hurricane-influenced
period last year. Conversely, Midland and
Odessa rose over 40 percent while Valley metros gained over 20 percent. Dallas/Fort Worth rose
4.8 percent, Austin 18.2 percent, and San Antonio 11.4 percent.
 Fourth Quarter 2005           %            Total     Revenue*          %           Chains Only:
 Current MSA Definitions     Market          2005          2005    Change            %     $ ADR    REVPAR
 Dallas-Ft Worth-Arlington    29.7%        $409.7        $429.3      4.8%           62.0   $85.43     $52.97
 Houston-Baytown-Sugarland    22.5%        $356.9        $325.2     -8.9%           62.7   $88.19     $55.30
 San Antonio                  12.7%        $164.9        $183.7     11.4%           59.1 $104.03      $61.48
 Austin-Round Rock             9.8%        $119.7        $141.4     18.2%           64.9   $93.61     $60.75
 El Paso                       2.3%         $29.8         $33.7     13.1%           69.1   $78.44     $54.20
 Corpus Christi                1.9%         $26.0         $27.0      3.9%           44.7   $72.01     $32.19
 Brownsville-Harlingen         1.2%         $14.6         $18.0     23.4%           43.7   $70.42     $30.77
 Balance of Texas             19.8%        $261.4        $286.4      9.6%           59.8   $67.54     $40.39
 Total State of Texas        100.0%      $1,383.0      $1,444.6      4.5%           61.0   $84.33     $51.44
                                                    * $ millions


By Price: Demand for high-priced lodging was strongest, rising 8.5 percent in the Fourth
quarter against a 4.5% average market gain. Mid-priced lodging was ‘flat.’

                         Room Revenues - % Change versus Year Ago
        Average Rate:        Under $60          $60 to $99                  $100+              Total
           2004 :4th Q            3.9%                 17.0%                5.6%                9.3%
          2005 :1st Q             5.9%                 10.5%                1.3%                5.9%
                2nd Q             8.0%                 12.4%                16.2%              12.7%
                3rd Q            11.1%                 19.6%                21.1%              14.8%
                4th Q            15.2%                 36.3%                28.6%              27.7%
          2005 :1st Q            11.4%                 25.2%                25.9%              21.9%
                2nd Q             5.9%                 13.8%                22.5%              15.7%
                3rd Q             8.6%                   5.7%               17.6%              11.2%
                4th Q             3.6%                   0.6%               8.5%                4.5%
By Product Segment: For 2005 in total, Suites, Mini-Suites, Limited Service, Upscale and
Luxury chain segments1 had the highest increase in room revenues, ranging from 13 to 20
percent over last year. Budgets and Mid/Upscales had the lowest increases. Mid-Upscale was
the only segment to shrink due to aged and obsolete full service hotels closing, losing business or
converting to lower segments.

                           2005 Segment Performance Annual Results
             ($ 000's)      #         #       #          $ Room      %         %       Point     Rate
       Segments           Hotels    Rooms    Chg       Revenues     Chg      Occup.     Chg      Chg
       Luxury                 13       6.2    0.1       $296,636   13.3%       69.7      0.5   10.2%
       Upscale                81      33.2    0.1      1,144,120   13.4%       67.1      1.8   10.1%
       Suites                128      18.1    0.9        536,677   19.6%       69.8      1.5   11.3%
       Mid/Upscales          166      33.8   -1.9        755,120    9.6%       65.2      3.4    9.8%
       Mini-Suites           172      15.9    0.9        319,106   18.2%       68.7      1.2    9.0%
       L.S./Midscales        763      63.5    1.5      1,173,613   14.3%       66.7      1.3    9.4%
       Extended Stay         155      21.0    0.4        207,686   10.3%       70.4      0.0    8.2%
       Budget                790      60.7    0.5        599,095    7.7%       55.6      0.4    6.0%
       Total Chains        2,268     252.4    2.5      5,032,053   13.1%       64.6      1.4    9.6%

       Independ.           1,860      88.6     4.9     1,111,145   13.7%        51.0     1.0    5.4%

       Total Market        4,128     341.0     7.4    $6,143,198   13.2%        61.1     1.2    8.6%


Room Supply
Room supply increased by 2.8% in the Fourth quarter, slightly faster than recent history due
to the high occupancy and profitability rates of the past few years; supply growth is expected
to accelerate in 2007. Total room inventory expanded by 7,400 rooms in the Fourth quarter of
2005, after expanding 7,600 units the prior year.

In the Fourth quarter of 2005, the room supply offered at rates from $60 to $99 rose 2.2 percent
(2,500 net rooms, ‘net’ being the combination of new supply and rooms moving from a lower or
higher priced grouping). Total rooms priced above $100 increased by 7.2 percent (5,000 net
rooms). Total rooms priced below $60 increased by just 1 percent (1,500 net rooms).

With real demand growth above 4 percent for the Year, and supply growth at a rate near 2
percent, 2005 occupancy grew and far exceeded the long-term average of 57 percent, even
with Katrina ‘guests’ moving out of hotels. The industry will show strong profitability and
additional new supply is being developed on an accelerated basis. With a continued strong
economy, real demand should exceed 4 percent in 2007, with revenue gains of 10 percent.




1
 Limited Service chain hotels offer high-quality rooms without restaurants at average prices (e.g. Holiday Express,
Hampton Inn, Fairfield Inn, La Quinta). Mini-suite hotels feature room sizes of about 400 square feet and limited
service. Luxury hotels are the highest priced chains (Westin, Four Seasons, Gaylord). Upscales are the large full-
service, higher-priced hotels (e.g. Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, Omni, Wyndham). Mid-Upscale hotels are lower-priced,
partially-full-service hotels (e.g. Marriott Courtyard, Hilton Garden, Holiday Inn, Sheraton, Adams Mark). Low Priced
Extended Stay includes brands such as Budget Suites of America, Extended Stay America, etc. Budget chains include
Motel 6, Super 8, Ramada and similar low-price hotels.
The Largest Metros in the Fourth Quarter
In the Fourth quarter, Austin-Round Rock roomnights-sold grew by 6.1 percent and revenues
by 18.2 percent, to $141 million. Net room supply gained a strong 4.4 percent (1,100) net
rooms). Occupancy consequently increased 1 point to 62.7 percent. For all of 2005, Austin metro
occupancy rose 4 points to 66.4 percent; the Austin-Round Rock metro is clearly poised for
accelerated development activity.

San Antonio metro roomnights-sold increased by 2 percent in the Fourth quarter and by 2.7
percent for the entire year. Fourth quarter revenues rose a strong 11.4 percent based
primarily on price increases of 9.2 percent. Room supply grew by 2 percent causing market
occupancy of 56.4 percent to match a year ago. For the year of 2005, San Antonio occupancy rose
0.3 points, to 63.0 percent. This strong performance reflects continued strong industrial, tourism and
military activity.

Ft. Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Division roomnights-sold eroded by 0.6 percent, with
revenues up 5.8 percent, to $125 million, with room supply declining by 800 rooms (2.9
percent) for the quarter. Occupancy consequently rose to 61.6 percent, up 1.5 points. The
new Gaylord Resort and Convention Center opened in April 2004 and is consequently reflected in
both this and last year’s Fourth quarter figures. In the year of 2005, room revenues gained 14.1
percent, roomnights increased 3.9 percent and occupancy climbed 3.6 points to a 64.6 percent
average.

Dallas Metropolitan Division roomnights-sold also declined 3.3 percent, while revenues gained
4.4 percent to $304 million. As net room supply increased by 2 percent (1,300 rooms after
closures), average occupancy also eroded by 3.3 points, to 59.3 percent. In the year of 2005, Dallas
occupancy gained 2 points to 60.6 percent on a 14.2 percent revenue gain; it is clear that Dallas’
performance in 2005 was strongly supported by Katrina-related demand. Since Fourth quarter 2005
revenues exceeded 2004 by 33.6 percent, the Dallas area outlook is also positive.

Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land metro roomnights-sold declined by 15.1 percent, with revenues
down 8.9 percent to $325 million, as the period is compared to the high temporary demand
caused by Katrina in late 2005. These Fourth quarter revenues are still 38.6 percent above
the same quarter in 2004, indicating a strong and healthy hotel industry. Occupancy exceeded
the state average of 58.9 percent. Metro room supply rose just 1.6 percent. For the year of 2005,
occupancy averaged 63.2 percent versus a 61.1 percent state average.

Fourth Quarter Occupancy
The latest quarter occupancy averaged 57.2 percent compared to 60.2 percent in 2005 and
52.4 percent in 2004. A 2005 total year occupancy of 61.1 percent, more than 7 percent above
long term averages, is strong evidence of a continuing broad market expansion.

Chain occupancy was 61.0 percent in the Fourth quarter, and chains accounted for 83 percent of
market revenues, the same as year ago. Independents generated 46.5 percent occupancy. Chain
occupancy decreased by 3.2 points and Independent occupancy by 2.0 points.

Fourteen of 27 areas increased occupancy versus the Fourth quarter of 2005. Thirteen areas
exceeded the state occupancy average of 57.2 percent in the quarter.
                         Metro Area Performance
                                      Year of 2005         Fourth Quarter 2005
                                       Point    Revs            Point      Revs
Metro Area                    Occ %     Chg %Chg        Occ %    Chg % Chg
El Paso                        70.5      3.9     16.2    67.4      1.7      13.1
Midland                        69.5     12.2     35.4    69.4    11.1       40.2
Odessa                         69.3     10.0     38.4    70.6    12.2       45.2
Austin-Round Rock              66.4      4.0     20.0    62.7      1.0      18.2
Beaumont-Pt Arthur             65.7      1.8     20.5    59.1 -20.8        -21.9
Tyler                          64.7      1.7      9.2    58.8     -5.5      -2.0
Ft Worth-Arlington MD          64.6      3.6     14.1    61.6      1.5       5.8
Laredo                         63.6     -0.4     16.6    63.6      1.9      20.7
Houston-Baytown-Sugarland      63.2     -1.2      9.4    58.9 -11.6         -8.9
San Antonio                    63.0      0.3     12.4    56.4     -0.1      11.4

State Average                  61.1      1.2    13.2      57.2    -3.0       4.5

Longview                       60.9      1.5    10.9      58.6     0.7      6.5
Dallas MD                      60.6      2.0    14.2      59.3    -3.3      4.4
Lubbock                        60.6     -2.0     5.3      60.6     1.4     10.3
Waco                           60.6     -4.3     1.8      56.9    -4.3     -1.9
Abilene                        59.9     -0.3    11.2      54.5    -0.1     12.4
Killeen-Temple-Ft Hood         57.7     -8.1     0.0      50.9    -8.1      3.8
McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr         57.7      1.4    13.4      59.3     3.7     19.7
Amarillo                       57.0      1.6    11.2      53.2     2.9     15.2
College Station-Bryan          56.4     -4.5    12.7      55.5    -2.0      8.4
Sherman-Denison                56.4      2.1    11.4      48.8    -5.5      2.2
San Angelo                     56.0      1.6     8.4      51.9     3.3      5.9
Non Metro                      54.7      2.6    15.4      53.2     0.8     11.6
Texarkana (Texas)              54.5     -6.3     1.0      50.5   -11.9     -7.3
Victoria                       53.2     -1.2    14.2      50.9    -0.7     18.9
Corpus Christi                 51.5      0.6    12.8      36.5    -1.2      3.9
Wichita Falls                  51.4     -0.6    11.0      47.7     2.5     16.3
Brownsville-Harlingen          50.1      1.5    13.9      34.8     3.5     23.4
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                                     TEXAS METROS, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

                      Number of Rooms   %       $ Room Revenues (000’s)                 Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point           $ REVPAR   $
 Metro Area             2005     2006 Change       2005       2006 % Chg                2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge         2005   2006 Change
 Abilene               2,228    2,347     5.3    29,521     32,977 11.7                59.64 63.42        60.9 60.7    -.2       36.30 38.49    2.19
 Amarillo              5,030    5,106     1.5    57,551     63,967 11.1                56.70 60.12        55.3 57.1    1.8       31.35 34.32    2.98
 Austin-Round R       25,064   25,428     1.5   495,354    591,320 19.4                86.12 95.74        62.9 66.5    3.7       54.15 63.70    9.55
 Beaumnt-Pt Art        4,251    4,496     5.8    58,889     71,160 20.8                59.18 65.22        64.2 66.5    2.3       37.97 43.36    5.39
 Brownsv/Harlin        7,511    8,036     7.0   109,956    124,499 13.2                82.36 85.39        48.7 49.7    1.0       40.11 42.45    2.34
 College Sta-Br        3,206    3,646   13.7     45,601     51,526 13.0                64.05 68.61        60.8 56.4 -4.4         38.96 38.72    -.24
 Corpus Christi       10,326   10,712     3.7   155,490    174,546 12.3                79.70 85.06        51.8 52.5     .7       41.26 44.65    3.39
 Dallas MDivisi       65,584   66,225     1.0 1,090,359 1,243,198 14.0                 77.35 84.50        58.9 60.9    2.0       45.55 51.43    5.88
 El Paso               7,690    7,714      .3   114,661    133,781 16.7                61.15 66.96        66.8 71.0    4.2       40.85 47.51    6.66
 Ft Worth-Arl M       27,267   26,700   -2.1    464,183    525,245 13.2                75.05 82.68        62.1 65.2    3.0       46.64 53.90    7.26
 Houston-Bayt-S       69,581   69,995      .6 1,255,412 1,369,252    9.1               76.50 84.30        64.6 63.6 -1.0         49.43 53.59    4.16
 Killeen-Temp-F        3,850    4,209     9.3    54,240     53,428 -1.5                58.83 61.06        65.6 56.9 -8.7         38.59 34.77 -3.82
 Laredo                3,157    3,555   12.6     44,785     52,209 16.6                61.35 63.98        63.3 62.9    -.5       38.86 40.23    1.36
 Longview              2,484    2,456   -1.1     25,671     28,434 10.8                48.99 52.66        57.8 60.2    2.4       28.31 31.72    3.41
 Lubbock               3,724    3,838     3.1    52,446     55,007   4.9               61.13 64.26        63.1 61.1 -2.0         38.57 39.26      .69
 McAllen-Edin-P        6,085    6,253     2.8    77,834     88,437 13.6                62.37 66.80        56.2 58.0    1.8       35.04 38.75    3.71
 Midland               1,913    1,888   -1.3     20,585     27,894 35.5                52.25 60.12        56.4 67.3 10.9         29.48 40.47 10.99
 Non-Metro            35,804   36,898     3.1   382,045    439,946 15.2                56.12 59.44        52.1 55.0    2.9       29.24 32.68    3.44
 Odessa                1,563    1,663     6.4    19,311     26,703 38.3                56.96 63.73        59.4 69.0    9.6       33.85 43.99 10.14
 San Angelo            1,698    1,719     1.2    17,183     18,761   9.2               50.99 53.15        54.4 56.3    1.9       27.72 29.91    2.18
 San Antonio          34,238   34,944     2.1   727,837    816,336 12.2                92.34 101.13       63.1 63.3     .2       58.24 64.00    5.77
 Sherman/Deniso        1,296    1,309     1.0    14,990     15,909   6.1               55.72 60.95        56.9 54.6 -2.2         31.69 33.31    1.62
 Texarkana(TX)         1,195    1,144   -4.3     14,874     14,278 -4.0                55.71 61.54        61.2 55.6 -5.7         34.11 34.19      .08
 Tyler                 2,198    2,220     1.0    29,764     32,388   8.8               58.48 61.69        63.4 64.8    1.4       37.10 39.97    2.87
 Victoria              1,695    1,847     9.0    17,944     20,389 13.6                53.25 56.95        54.5 53.1 -1.4         29.01 30.24    1.23
 Waco                  2,991    3,185     6.5    42,557     43,274   1.7               59.69 61.29        65.3 60.7 -4.6         39.00 37.22 -1.78
 Wichita Falls         1,909    2,027     6.2    19,628     21,846 11.3                54.07 57.95        52.1 51.0 -1.1         28.16 29.53    1.37

 TOTAL               333,538    339,560       1.8 5,438,671     6,136,710     12.8     74.18    80.75     60.2   61.3     1.1    44.68    49.51     4.84




1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area      Number of Rooms   %               $ Room Revenues (000’s)            Est. $ Rate       Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County          2005     2006 Change               2005       2006 % Chg           2005   2006      2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
Abilene
  ABILENE        2,202    2,300     4.5            29,360       32,731    11.5     59.92    63.93     61.0   61.0      .0     36.53   39.00     2.47
  BAIRD             26       26      .0               161          160     -.6     32.20    32.00     52.7   52.7      .0     16.97   16.86     -.11
  CROSS PLAI         0        3      .0                 0           23      .0       .00      .00       .0     .0      .0       .00   19.23    19.23
  MERKEL             0       18      .0                 0           63      .0       .00    21.00       .0   45.3    45.3       .00    9.51     9.51
 *TOTAL Abilene
                 2,228    2,347     5.3            29,521       32,977    11.7     59.64    63.42     60.9   60.7     -.2     36.30   38.49     2.19

 Amarillo
  AMARILLO       4,818         4,851      .7       55,732       61,580 10.5        56.87    60.37     55.7   57.6     1.9     31.69   34.78     3.09
  CANYON           137           176    28.5        1,342        1,930 43.8        61.00    62.26     44.1   48.3     4.1     26.92   30.04     3.13
  CONWAY            18            29    61.1          113          151 33.6        37.67    30.20     44.8   47.2     2.5     16.86   14.27    -2.60
  GROOM             26            26      .0          142          136 -4.2        35.50    34.00     42.1   42.1      .0     14.96   14.33     -.63
  PANHANDLE         31            24   -22.6          222          170 -23.4       37.00    42.50     52.8   45.7    -7.1     19.53   19.41     -.12
 *TOTAL Amarillo
                 5,030         5,106      1.5      57,551       63,967    11.1     56.70    60.12     55.3   57.1     1.8     31.35   34.32     2.98

 Austin-Round Rock
  AUSTIN       20,040        20,029      -.1     420,955       491,570 16.8        90.14    99.37     63.8   67.7   3.8      57.55 67.24    9.68
  BASTROP          261          275      5.4       3,145         3,468 10.3        61.67    63.05     53.6   54.8   1.2      33.05 34.55    1.51
  BRIARCLIFF        24           24       .0         470           493   4.9      117.50   123.25     45.7   45.7    .0      53.65 56.28    2.63
  BUDA              91           91       .0       1,382         1,702 23.2        62.82    70.92     66.2   72.3   6.0      41.61 51.24    9.63
  CEDAR CREE         5            0    *****         120             0 *****      120.00      .00     61.1     .0 -61.1      73.26    .00 -73.26
  CEDAR PARK       160          160       .0       2,501         3,266 30.6        64.13    75.95     66.8   73.6   6.8      42.83 55.92 13.10
  DRIPPING S        13           13       .0         123           146 18.7        61.50    48.67     42.1   63.2 21.1       25.92 30.77    4.85
  ELGIN             50           50       .0         771           899 16.6        64.25    69.15     65.8   71.2   5.5      42.25 49.26    7.01
  FENTRESS           0            5       .0           0            37    .0         .00    37.00       .0   51.8 51.8         .00 19.15 19.15
  GEORGETOWN       326          392     20.2       4,253         5,938 39.6        59.90    65.98     59.7   62.9   3.2      35.74 41.50    5.76
  JONESTOWN          0            9       .0           0           189    .0         .00    94.50       .0   60.4 60.4         .00 57.07 57.07
  KYLE               9            9       .0         389           455 17.0       194.50   227.50     60.9   60.9    .0     118.42 138.51 20.09
  LAGO VISTA        72           61    -15.3         953           662 -30.5      105.89   110.33     34.3   26.9 -7.4       36.33 29.71 -6.62
  LAKEWAY          239          239       .0       4,823         5,096   5.7      155.58   154.42     35.5   37.8   2.3      55.29 58.42    3.13
  LOCKHART          90           85     -5.6         657           732 11.4        41.06    43.06     49.0   54.8   5.8      20.11 23.59    3.48
  LOST PINES         0          289       .0           0        10,155    .0         .00   203.10       .0   47.1 47.1         .00 95.56 95.56
  LULING            31           31       .0         295           264 -10.5       42.14    44.00     61.9   53.0 -8.8       26.07 23.33 -2.74
  MANOR             49           49       .0         522           579 10.9        52.20    52.64     55.9   61.5   5.6      29.19 32.37    3.19
  ROUND ROCK    2,098         2,069     -1.4      34,484        43,012 24.7        69.38    80.10     64.9   71.1   6.2      45.03 56.96 11.92
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms    %               $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005      2006 Change               2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  SAN MARCOS    1,193     1,234     3.4            15,919     18,362 15.3          61.46 66.29        59.5 61.5    2.0        36.56 40.77    4.21
  SMITHVILLE       33        34     3.0               196        187 -4.6          39.20 37.40        42.1 40.3 -1.9          16.52 15.07 -1.45
  SPICEWOOD         5        11 120.0                  77        260 237.7         77.00 130.00       54.6 49.8 -4.8          42.08 64.74 22.66
  TAYLOR          105       105      .0               927      1,313 41.6          46.35 50.50        52.2 67.8 15.7          24.19 34.26 10.07
  WIMBERLEY       170       164   -3.5              2,392      2,535   6.0        104.00 115.23       37.0 36.7    -.3        38.49 42.28    3.80
 *TOTAL Austin-Round Rock
               25,064   25,428      1.5          495,354       591,320     19.4    86.12    95.74     62.9   66.5     3.7     54.15   63.70     9.55

 Beaumnt-Pt Arthur
  BEAUMONT      2,583     2,710          4.9       38,542       43,441     12.7    62.67    67.67     65.2   64.9   -.3       40.89   43.91   3.02
  BRIDGE CIT         0        7           .0            0           45       .0      .00    22.50       .0   77.6 77.6          .00   17.47 17.47
  GROVES           284      284           .0        2,576        3,577     38.9    42.93    53.39     57.9   64.6   6.8       24.85   34.51   9.66
  KOUNTZE           52       52           .0          578          718     24.2    48.17    55.23     63.2   68.5   5.3       30.45   37.83   7.38
  LUMBERTON          6       50        733.3          154        1,018    561.0    77.00    72.71     87.0   76.7 -10.2       66.96   55.78 -11.18
  NEDERLAND         86       16        -81.4          705          383    -45.7    50.36    76.60     45.0   83.6 38.6        22.65   64.05 41.39
  ORANGE           569      637         12.0        6,062        8,407     38.7    49.28    56.80     59.3   63.7   4.4       29.23   36.17   6.94
  PORT ARTHU       584      609          4.3        9,349       11,774     25.9    61.91    68.06     70.8   77.8   7.0       43.84   52.97   9.13
  SILSBEE           72       72           .0          583          424    -27.3    44.85    42.40     49.5   38.1 -11.4       22.18   16.13 -6.05
  VIDOR             15       59        293.3          340        1,373    303.8    68.00    80.76     92.1   78.9 -13.2       62.64   63.76   1.12
 *TOTAL Beaumnt-Pt Arthur
                4,251     4,496           5.8      58,889       71,160     20.8    59.18    65.22     64.2   66.5     2.3     37.97   43.36     5.39

 Brownsv/Harlingen
  BROWNSVILL    1,669     1,985          18.9      18,046       22,198 23.0        53.39 55.63        55.5   55.1     -.4     29.62   30.63     1.01
  HARLINGEN     1,284     1,262          -1.7      13,498       14,729   9.1       55.55 57.99        51.9   55.2     3.3     28.81   31.98     3.17
  LA FERIA          40       40            .0         397          366 -7.8        49.63 52.29        54.8   47.9    -6.8     27.19   25.07    -2.12
  LAGUNA VIS        68       89          30.9         369          870 135.8       46.13 58.00        32.3   46.4    14.0     14.92   26.90    11.98
  LOS FRESNO        50       50            .0         415          361 -13.0       51.88 51.57        44.3   38.4    -5.9     22.97   19.78    -3.19
  PORT ISABE       116      132          13.8       1,122        1,417 26.3        59.05 61.61        44.9   47.9     3.0     26.49   29.51     3.02
  RANCHO VIE        30       30            .0         491          545 11.0       163.67 136.25       27.4   36.5     9.1     44.84   49.77     4.93
  SAN BENITO       114      168          47.4         726        1,084 49.3        36.30 40.15        48.1   44.0    -4.0     17.45   17.68      .23
  SOUTH PADR    4,140     4,280           3.4      74,892       82,929 10.7       108.85 114.86       45.5   46.2      .7     49.56   53.08     3.52
 *TOTAL Brownsv/Harlingen
                7,511     8,036           7.0    109,956       124,499     13.2    82.36    85.39     48.7   49.7     1.0     40.11   42.45     2.34

 College Sta-Bryan
  BRYAN            431           420     -2.6       3,784         3,687    -2.6    46.72    49.16     51.5   49.0    -2.5     24.05   24.08       .03
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms    %               $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005      2006 Change               2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  CALDWELL        147       147     .0                597        634   6.2         33.17 31.70        33.5 37.3    3.7        11.13 11.82     .69
  COLLEGE ST    2,329     2,767   18.8             37,995     43,636 14.8          69.84 74.21        64.0 58.2 -5.8          44.68 43.19 -1.49
  FRANKLIN          0        11     .0                  0        329    .0           .00 109.67         .0 77.6 77.6            .00 85.14 85.14
  HEARNE          246       246     .0              2,696      2,678   -.7         46.48 49.59        64.6 60.1 -4.5          30.03 29.83    -.20
  LYONS             4         6   50.0                 64         84 31.3          64.00 84.00        68.3 45.8 -22.5         43.72 38.46 -5.25
  SOMERVILLE       49        49     .0                465        478   2.8         46.50 47.80        55.9 55.9     .0        26.00 26.73     .73
 *TOTAL College Sta-Bryan
                3,206     3,646   13.7             45,601       51,526    13.0     64.05    68.61     60.8   56.4    -4.4     38.96   38.72     -.24

 Corpus Christi
  ARANSAS PA       314           341     8.6        3,614        4,384 21.3        66.93 66.42        47.1   53.1   6.0       31.54   35.29   3.75
  BISHOP            40            40      .0          344          288 -16.3       43.00 41.14        54.8   47.9 -6.8        23.56   19.73 -3.84
  CORPUS CHR     6,519         6,581     1.0       95,342      104,861 10.0        72.78 78.25        55.1   55.8    .7       40.07   43.66   3.59
  FULTON           199           199      .0        2,986        3,087   3.4       74.65 79.15        55.2   53.8 -1.4        41.21   42.61   1.39
  INGLESIDE        110           142    29.1        2,008        2,439 21.5        69.24 69.69        72.4   67.5 -4.9        50.12   47.06 -3.06
  MATHIS            45             0   *****          363            0 *****       33.00    .00       67.2     .0 -67.2       22.16     .00 -22.16
  ODEM              24            24      .0          180          153 -15.0       45.00 38.25        45.7   45.7    .0       20.55   17.47 -3.08
  PORT ARANS     2,123         2,242     5.6       38,135       43,222 13.3       116.98 122.79       42.1   43.0   1.0       49.20   52.82   3.62
  PORTLAND         129           159    23.3        2,186        2,657 21.5        75.38 75.91        61.7   60.3 -1.5        46.53   45.76   -.77
  ROBSTOWN         106           158    49.1          886        1,478 66.8        44.30 49.27        51.6   52.0    .4       22.86   25.63   2.77
  ROCKPORT         639           748    17.1        8,621       11,155 29.4        82.89 87.15        44.6   46.9   2.3       36.93   40.84   3.91
  SINTON            78            78      .0          825          822   -.4       51.56 51.38        56.2   56.2    .0       28.98   28.87   -.11
 *TOTAL Corpus Christi
                10,326       10,712       3.7    155,490       174,546    12.3     79.70    85.06     51.8   52.5      .7     41.26   44.65     3.39

 Dallas MDivision
  ADDISON       4,086         4,086        .0     73,715        81,754 10.9        78.01    84.46     63.4   64.9     1.5     49.42   54.82     5.39
  ALLEN           210           292      39.0      5,052         7,106 40.7        87.10    96.03     75.7   69.2    -6.5     65.91   66.46      .55
  CARROLLTON      727           745       2.5      4,371         4,818 10.2        28.76    31.29     57.3   56.7     -.6     16.48   17.72     1.25
  CEDAR HILL       68            68        .0        736           669 -9.1        56.62    55.75     52.4   48.3    -4.0     29.65   26.95    -2.70
  COMMERCE        119           119        .0      1,133           969 -14.5       49.26    51.00     53.0   43.7    -9.2     26.08   22.31    -3.78
  DALLAS       28,144        28,050       -.3    504,608       585,588 16.0        86.69    94.77     56.7   60.4     3.7     49.12   57.19     8.07
  DE SOTO         301           304       1.0      3,990         3,783 -5.2        59.55    60.05     61.0   56.8    -4.2     36.32   34.09    -2.22
  DENTON        1,242         1,363       9.7     15,839        17,171   8.4       56.97    59.83     61.3   57.7    -3.6     34.93   34.51     -.43
  DUNCANVILL      326           417      27.9      5,570         7,948 42.7        67.11    77.17     69.8   67.7    -2.1     46.82   52.22     5.40
  ENNIS           224           224        .0      2,707         2,797   3.3       55.24    55.94     59.9   61.2     1.2     33.11   34.21     1.10
  EUSTACE           8             8        .0         76            74 -2.6        76.00    74.00     36.6   36.4     -.3     27.84   26.91     -.93
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms    %       $ Room Revenues (000’s)                   Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005      2006 Change       2005       2006 % Chg                  2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  FARMERS BR    2,174     2,174      .0    34,127     36,357   6.5                 76.52 80.44        56.2 57.0     .8        43.01 45.82    2.81
  FORNEY           30        30      .0       228        283 24.1                  38.00 47.17        54.8 54.8     .0        20.82 25.84    5.02
  FRISCO          702       797   13.5     23,443     31,084 32.6                 132.45 147.32       69.0 72.5    3.5        91.37 106.85 15.48
  GARLAND       1,394     1,378   -1.1     11,897     10,893 -8.4                  44.73 43.75        52.3 49.5 -2.8          23.40 21.66 -1.74
  GRAND PRAI      819       873     6.6     7,865     10,169 29.3                  51.41 58.11        51.2 55.0    3.7        26.32 31.93    5.61
  GREENVILLE      584       680   16.4      5,753      6,856 19.2                  48.34 52.34        55.8 52.8 -3.0          26.97 27.62      .65
  HUTCHINS         90       111   23.3        308        439 42.5                  20.53 25.82        45.7 41.9 -3.8           9.38 10.82    1.44
  IRVING       10,986    11,177     1.7   208,738    236,678 13.4                  85.37 92.63        61.0 62.6    1.7        52.05 58.01    5.96
  KAUFMAN          93        93      .0       981        999   1.8                 61.31 62.44        47.1 47.1     .0        28.90 29.43     .53
  LAKE DALLA        0        45      .0         0        778    .0                   .00 70.73          .0 66.4 66.4            .00 46.98 46.98
  LANCASTER       195       195      .0     1,208      1,381 14.3                  33.56 35.41        50.6 54.8    4.2        16.97 19.40    2.43
  LEWISVILLE    2,442     2,416   -1.1     25,814     27,060   4.8                 45.93 49.65        63.1 61.8 -1.3          28.97 30.69    1.72
  MABANK            5         5      .0       143        172 20.3                 143.00 172.00       54.8 54.8     .0        78.36 94.25 15.89
  MCKINNEY        584       583     -.2     7,174      7,171    .0                 52.36 55.16        64.3 61.1 -3.2          33.67 33.70      .03
  MESQUITE      1,723     1,748     1.5    18,104     19,310   6.7                 48.41 51.36        59.5 58.9    -.5        28.79 30.27    1.48
  MIDLOTHIAN       42        40   -4.8        255        251 -1.6                  36.43 41.83        46.2 41.1 -5.1          16.84 17.19      .36
  PALMER           90        90      .0       138        154 11.6                  15.33 15.40        27.4 30.4    3.0         4.20   4.69    .49
  PILOT POIN       71        70   -1.4        356        367   3.1                 44.50 40.78        30.9 35.2    4.4        13.74 14.36     .63
  PLANO         3,701     3,687     -.4    63,312     70,574 11.5                  73.88 81.31        63.4 64.5    1.1        46.86 52.44    5.58
  RED OAK         125       125      .0     1,297      1,458 12.4                  48.04 54.00        59.2 59.2     .0        28.43 31.96    3.53
  RICHARDSON    2,428     2,338   -3.7     43,231     48,001 11.0                  78.46 84.66        62.2 66.4    4.3        48.78 56.24    7.46
  ROANOKE         225       225      .0     2,543      2,581   1.5                 52.98 58.66        58.4 53.6 -4.9          30.96 31.43      .46
  ROCKWALL        177       177      .0     2,357      3,031 28.6                  60.44 70.49        60.4 66.6    6.2        36.48 46.92 10.43
  ROWLETT          62        62      .0     1,092      1,069 -2.1                  68.25 76.36        70.7 61.9 -8.8          48.25 47.24 -1.02
  ROYSE CITY       38        38      .0       195        189 -3.1                  27.86 27.00        50.5 50.5     .0        14.06 13.63    -.43
  SANGER           30        30      .0       223        239   7.2                 37.17 39.83        54.8 54.8     .0        20.37 21.83    1.46
  SEAGOVILLE       97        97      .0       701        720   2.7                 36.89 37.89        53.7 53.7     .0        19.80 20.34      .54
  TERRELL         424       424      .0     3,333      3,133 -6.0                  40.65 40.69        53.0 49.8 -3.2          21.54 20.24 -1.29
  THE COLONY      419       420      .2     3,696      3,943   6.7                 34.22 36.85        70.7 69.8    -.9        24.20 25.72    1.53
  WAXAHACHIE      379       421   11.1      4,050      5,181 27.9                  57.86 61.68        50.6 54.6    4.0        29.30 33.69    4.39
 *TOTAL Dallas MDivision
               65,584    66,225     1.0 1,090,359 1,243,198 14.0                   77.35    84.50     58.9   60.9     2.0     45.55   51.43     5.88

 El Paso
  ANTHONY            111         111       .0      1,655         1,810   9.4       61.30    64.64     66.6   69.1   2.5       40.85   44.67     3.83
  CLINT               20          20       .0        111            90 -18.9       27.75    30.00     54.8   41.1 -13.7       15.21   12.33    -2.88
  EL PASO          7,532       7,556       .3    112,745       131,714 16.8        61.34    67.17     66.9   71.1   4.2       41.01   47.76     6.75
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area      Number of Rooms   %               $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County          2005     2006 Change               2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  FABENS            27       27     .0                150        167 11.3          25.00 27.83        60.9 60.9     .0        15.22 16.95    1.73
 *TOTAL El Paso
                 7,690    7,714     .3           114,661       133,781    16.7     61.15    66.96     66.8   71.0     4.2     40.85   47.51     6.66

 Ft Worth-Arl MDiv
  ALVARADO           0       12            .0          0           227    .0         .00    56.75       .0   90.6    90.6       .00 51.40 51.40
  ARLINGTON     6,364     6,035          -5.2     82,438        87,942   6.7       60.66    65.43     58.5   61.0     2.5     35.49 39.93   4.44
  AURORA            13       14           7.7        173           271 56.6        86.50    90.33     43.8   58.7    14.9     37.91 53.03 15.13
  AZLE               0       20            .0          0           232    .0         .00    46.40       .0   69.7    69.7       .00 32.33 32.33
  BEDFORD          929      930            .1     10,060        13,267 31.9        62.88    66.33     47.2   58.9    11.7     29.66 39.08   9.42
  BENBROOK         155      154           -.6      1,723         2,044 18.6        47.86    53.79     63.8   67.7     3.9     30.54 36.42   5.88
  BRIDGEPORT        51       74          45.1        812         1,162 43.1        67.67    72.63     64.1   59.1    -4.9     43.34 42.94   -.40
  BURLESON         272      291           7.0      3,342         4,551 36.2        55.70    64.10     60.4   66.9     6.5     33.66 42.90   9.24
  CHICO              0        1            .0          0            21    .0         .00      .00       .0     .0      .0       .00 76.92 76.92
  CLEBURNE         232      248           6.9      2,544         3,866 52.0        43.12    56.85     69.7   75.0     5.3     30.04 42.65 12.61
  DECATUR          307      369          20.2      3,851         5,654 46.8        55.81    62.82     61.6   66.8     5.2     34.39 41.97   7.58
  EULESS           458      456           -.4      3,659         4,046 10.6        36.96    39.28     59.3   61.9     2.6     21.90 24.30   2.40
  FOREST HIL       103      103            .0        729           895 22.8        34.71    37.29     55.9   63.8     8.0     19.39 23.81   4.42
  FORT WORTH   10,565     9,954          -5.8    170,889       189,231 10.7        72.07    79.68     61.5   65.4     3.9     44.31 52.09   7.78
  GRAND PRAI    1,208     1,226           1.5     10,434        10,641   2.0       35.61    35.59     66.5   66.8      .3     23.66 23.77    .11
  GRANDVIEW         11       11            .0        291           245 -15.8      145.50   122.50     49.8   49.8      .0     72.48 61.02 -11.46
  GRAPEVINE     4,159     4,371           5.1    143,961       166,383 15.6       128.31   144.68     73.9   72.1    -1.8     94.80 104.29  9.49
  HALTOM CIT       242      244            .8      1,357         1,516 11.7        31.56    31.58     48.8   53.9     5.1     15.40 17.02   1.62
  HURST            414      412           -.5      5,253         5,633   7.2       61.08    63.29     56.9   59.2     2.3     34.76 37.46   2.69
  LAKE WORTH        50       50            .0        981           981    .0       75.46    75.46     71.2   71.2      .0     53.75 53.75    .00
  MANSFIELD        120      120            .0      1,260         1,596 26.7        45.00    51.48     63.9   70.8     6.8     28.77 36.44   7.67
  NORTH RICH       597      588          -1.5      4,098         4,833 17.9        33.05    35.54     56.9   63.4     6.5     18.81 22.54   3.73
  PARADISE          60       60            .0      1,127         1,643 45.8       161.00   164.30     32.0   45.7    13.7     51.46 75.02 23.56
  RUNAWAY BA        14       14            .0        124           135   8.9       62.00    67.50     39.1   39.1      .0     24.27 26.42   2.15
  SAGINAW           45       45            .0        254           261   2.8       28.22    29.00     54.8   54.8      .0     15.46 15.89    .43
  WEATHERFOR       638      638            .0      8,281        10,078 21.7        55.58    62.99     64.0   68.7     4.7     35.56 43.28   7.72
  WESTLAKE         198      198            .0      6,023         7,328 21.7       130.93   146.56     63.7   69.2     5.5     83.34 101.40 18.06
  WILLOW PAR        62       62            .0        519           563   8.5       39.92    43.31     57.4   57.4      .0     22.93 24.88   1.94
 *TOTAL Ft Worth-Arl MDiv
               27,267   26,700           -2.1    464,183       525,245    13.2     75.05    82.68     62.1   65.2     3.0     46.64   53.90     7.26


1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms   %                $ Room Revenues (000’s)            Est. $ Rate       Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005     2006 Change                2005       2006 % Chg           2005   2006      2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
 Houston-Bayt-Suga
  ALVIN            299     299      .0             3,195         3,184   -.3       45.00 49.75        65.1   58.6 -6.4        29.28   29.17     -.10
  ANGLETON          85      85      .0             1,222         1,284   5.1       58.19 64.20        67.7   64.5 -3.2        39.39   41.39     2.00
  BACLIFF           50      50      .0               625           606 -3.0        52.08 55.09        65.8   60.3 -5.5        34.25   33.21    -1.04
  BAYTOWN       1,080    1,116     3.3            12,587        11,929 -5.2        48.60 50.33        65.7   58.2 -7.5        31.92   29.29    -2.62
  BELLAIRE          26      26      .0               193           209   8.3       38.60 34.83        52.7   63.2 10.5        20.34   22.02     1.69
  BELLVILLE         28      28      .0                96           104   8.3       32.00 34.67        29.4   29.4    .0        9.39   10.18      .78
  BROOKSHIRE       243     223   -8.2              1,096         1,047 -4.5        26.73 26.18        46.2   49.1   2.9       12.36   12.86      .51
  CAT SPRING         9       9      .0               116           148 27.6       116.00 74.00        30.4   60.9 30.4        35.31   45.05     9.74
  CHANNELVIE       664     682     2.7             6,716         6,951   3.5       46.64 48.95        59.4   57.0 -2.4        27.71   27.91      .21
  CLEVELAND        152     152      .0             2,634         2,488 -5.5        77.47 80.26        61.3   55.9 -5.4        47.48   44.84    -2.63
  CLUTE            490     489     -.2             5,437         6,226 14.5        46.47 51.45        65.5   67.8   2.3       30.42   34.88     4.47
  COLDSPRING        17      17      .0               178           171 -3.9        59.33 57.00        48.3   48.3    .0       28.69   27.56    -1.13
  CONROE           820     911   11.1              7,749         8,979 15.9        46.13 48.27        56.1   56.0   -.2       25.89   27.01     1.12
  CROSBY            74      74      .0               304           343 12.8        20.27 24.50        55.5   51.8 -3.7        11.26   12.70     1.44
  CRYSTAL BE       347     395   13.8              5,629         6,630 17.8       112.58 122.78       39.5   37.5 -2.0        44.47   45.99     1.52
  CYPRESS           46      46      .0               534           703 31.6        76.29 78.11        41.7   53.6 11.9        31.80   41.87    10.07
  DAYTON            55      55      .0               850           881   3.6       60.71 67.77        69.7   64.8 -5.0        42.34   43.89     1.54
  DEER PARK        174     177     1.7             3,281         3,616 10.2        68.35 75.33        75.7   74.4 -1.3        51.74   56.04     4.30
  DICKINSON         40      40      .0               399           368 -7.8        49.88 46.00        54.8   54.8    .0       27.33   25.21    -2.12
  FREEPORT          40      40      .0               246           241 -2.0        41.00 40.17        41.1   41.1    .0       16.85   16.51     -.34
  GALENA PAR        30      30      .0               234           252   7.7       39.00 42.00        54.8   54.8    .0       21.37   23.01     1.64
  GALVESTON     4,948    5,066     2.4            95,634       107,063 12.0       100.67 111.41       52.6   52.0   -.6       52.94   57.89     4.95
  HANKAMER          44      44      .0               509           541   6.3       56.56 54.10        56.0   62.3   6.2       31.69   33.69     1.99
  HEMPSTEAD         67     112   67.2                488           700 43.4        34.86 36.84        57.2   46.6 -10.6       19.96   17.18    -2.77
  HIGH ISLAN        17      13 -23.5                 180           146 -18.9       60.00 73.00        48.3   43.1 -5.3        29.01   31.46     2.45
  HOUSTON      45,802   45,652     -.3           891,075       966,109   8.4       79.89 88.35        66.7   65.6 -1.1        53.30   57.98     4.67
  HUMBLE        1,293    1,394     7.8            18,700        20,084   7.4       61.31 65.85        64.6   59.9 -4.7        39.62   39.47     -.15
  KATY             371     319 -14.0               6,915         8,303 20.1        72.03 93.29        70.8   76.4   5.6       51.01   71.31    20.30
  KEMAH            115     137   19.1              3,263         3,962 21.4       130.52 132.07       59.3   59.9    .6       77.45   79.10     1.65
  LA MARQUE        158     168     6.3               962         1,257 30.7        37.00 40.55        45.1   50.5   5.4       16.68   20.49     3.81
  LA PORTE         350     403   15.1              4,684         5,088   8.6       55.76 57.17        65.8   60.5 -5.3        36.72   34.61    -2.11
  LAKE JACKS       300     298     -.7             3,354         3,733 11.3        51.60 54.10        59.5   63.4   4.0       30.68   34.32     3.64
  LEAGUE CIT       286     285     -.3             5,064         5,601 10.6        85.83 88.90        56.6   60.6   4.0       48.55   53.84     5.29
  LIBERTY          143     144      .7             1,202         1,137 -5.4        40.07 39.21        57.6   55.2 -2.4        23.07   21.63    -1.43
  MAGNOLIA          24      24      .0               366           418 14.2        61.00 69.67        68.5   68.5    .0       41.78   47.72     5.94
  MONTGOMERY       476     499     4.8             5,767         4,765 -17.4       84.81 82.16        39.1   31.9 -7.3        33.20   26.17    -7.03
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms    %       $ Room Revenues (000’s)                   Est.   $ Rate      Occupancy    Point         $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005      2006 Change       2005       2006 % Chg                  2005     2006     2005 2006     Chnge      2005   2006 Change
  NASSAU BAY    1,237     1,059 -14.4      22,983     23,286   1.3                 75.11    83.46     67.8 72.2       4.4     50.92 60.24    9.32
  PASADENA      1,009     1,009      .0     7,708      8,621 11.8                  34.11    36.07     61.4 64.9       3.5     20.93 23.41    2.48
  PEARLAND        165       165      .0     3,459      4,220 22.0                  78.61    89.79     73.1 78.0       5.0     57.43 70.07 12.64
  PORT BOLIV        5        15 200.0          66         80 21.2                  66.00    40.00     54.3 36.6     -17.7     35.87 14.65 -21.22
  PORTER           32        32      .0       311        284 -8.7                  44.43    47.33     59.9 51.4      -8.6     26.63 24.32 -2.31
  QUINTANA          5         5      .0        74         84 13.5                  74.00    84.00     54.8 54.8        .0     40.55 46.03    5.48
  RICHMOND         50         0 *****         220          0 *****                 27.50      .00     43.8    .0    -43.8     12.05    .00 -12.05
  ROSENBERG       461       490     6.3     4,582      4,736   3.4                 45.82    45.98     59.4 57.7      -1.7     27.20 26.51    -.70
  SEABROOK        234       234      .0     4,801      5,614 16.9                  82.78    92.03     67.9 71.4       3.5     56.21 65.73    9.52
  SEALY           166       166      .0     2,337      2,518   7.7                 57.00    61.41     67.7 67.7        .0     38.57 41.56    2.99
  SHENANDOAH      463       458   -1.1      6,689      7,323   9.5                 61.37    68.44     64.5 64.0       -.5     39.56 43.81    4.24
  SHEPHERD          0        26      .0         0        484    .0                   .00    53.78       .0 96.3      96.3       .00 51.76 51.76
  SOUTH HOUS      221       221      .0     1,599      1,264 -21.0                 36.34    34.16     54.5 45.9      -8.7     19.82 15.67 -4.15
  SPRING          426       404   -5.2      3,009      3,102   3.1                 31.34    34.47     61.7 61.1       -.6     19.35 21.06    1.71
  STAFFORD      1,087     1,169     7.5    15,354     17,453 13.7                  56.66    61.02     68.3 67.0      -1.3     38.71 40.92    2.21
  SUGAR LAND      717       692   -3.5     15,586     16,809   7.8                 91.15   102.49     65.3 64.9       -.4     59.55 66.55    7.00
  SURFSIDE B      143       166   16.1      2,131      2,922 37.1                  96.86   104.36     42.1 46.2       4.1     40.81 48.20    7.39
  TEXAS CITY      424       456     7.5     5,794      5,973   3.1                 56.80    59.73     65.8 60.1      -5.8     37.40 35.89 -1.51
  THE WOODLA    1,665     1,669      .2    44,324     54,285 22.5                 107.84   122.82     67.6 72.6       4.9     72.94 89.14 16.19
  TOMBALL         176       176      .0     2,392      2,455   2.6                 59.80    59.88     62.3 63.8       1.6     37.24 38.22     .98
  WALLER           26        39   50.0        277        336 21.3                  46.17    48.00     63.5 49.2     -14.3     29.31 23.60 -5.71
  WEBSTER       1,233     1,283     4.1    14,367     16,075 11.9                  45.75    48.56     69.8 70.7        .9     31.92 34.34    2.42
  WEST COLUM      182       240   31.9      1,863      1,601 -14.1                 54.79    59.30     51.2 30.8     -20.4     28.04 18.28 -9.77
  WILLIS           76        88   15.8      1,010        907 -10.2                 63.13    60.47     57.7 46.7     -11.0     36.39 28.24 -8.16
  WINNIE          215       231     7.4     2,992      3,553 18.8                  54.40    60.22     70.2 70.0       -.3     38.21 42.14    3.93
 *TOTAL Houston-Bayt-Suga
               69,581   69,995       .6 1,255,412 1,369,252    9.1                 76.50    84.30     64.6   63.6    -1.0     49.43   53.59     4.16

 Killeen-Temp-Ft H
  BELTON           211           247     17.1       2,063        2,396 16.1        49.12    55.72     54.5   47.6 -6.9        26.79   26.54     -.24
  COPPERAS C       170           188     10.6       2,562        2,286 -10.8       58.23    58.62     70.9   56.9 -14.0       41.29   33.38    -7.91
  GATESVILLE       149           149       .0       2,289        2,105 -8.0        63.58    63.79     66.2   60.7 -5.5        42.09   38.71    -3.38
  HARKER HEI        40            40       .0         473          368 -22.2       47.30    46.00     68.5   54.8 -13.7       32.40   25.21    -7.19
  KILLEEN       1,631          1,902     16.6      24,616       24,658    .2       57.11    60.73     72.4   58.5 -13.9       41.34   35.50    -5.83
  LAMPASAS         151           151       .0       1,546        1,479 -4.3        55.21    54.78     50.8   49.0 -1.8        28.05   26.83    -1.22
  SALADO           187           198      5.9       3,119        3,221   3.3       91.74    94.74     49.8   47.0 -2.8        45.70   44.49    -1.20
  TEMPLE        1,311          1,334      1.8      17,572       16,915 -3.7        59.16    59.35     62.1   58.6 -3.5        36.72   34.75    -1.97
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms    %               $ Room Revenues (000’s)            Est. $ Rate       Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County         2005      2006 Change               2005       2006 % Chg           2005   2006      2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
 *TOTAL Killeen-Temp-Ft H
                3,850     4,209     9.3            54,240       53,428    -1.5     58.83    61.06     65.6   56.9    -8.7     38.59   34.77    -3.82

 Laredo
  LAREDO           3,157       3,555     12.6      44,785       52,209    16.6     61.35    63.98     63.3   62.9     -.5     38.86   40.23     1.36

 Longview
  GILMER            74            74       .0         782          799   2.2       46.00    47.00     62.9   62.9      .0     28.95   29.58      .63
  GLADEWATER        58            58       .0         477          353 -26.0       36.69    32.09     61.4   52.0    -9.4     22.53   16.67    -5.86
  HENDERSON        192           192       .0       2,322        2,645 13.9        50.48    55.10     65.6   68.5     2.9     33.13   37.74     4.61
  KILGORE          226           226       .0       3,114        3,609 15.9        56.62    61.17     66.7   71.5     4.8     37.75   43.75     6.00
  LONGVIEW       1,934         1,906     -1.4      18,976       21,028 10.8        48.28    51.92     55.7   58.2     2.5     26.88   30.23     3.35
 *TOTAL Longview
                 2,484         2,456     -1.1      25,671       28,434    10.8     48.99    52.66     57.8   60.2     2.4     28.31   31.72     3.41

 Lubbock
  LUBBOCK       3,689          3,803      3.1      52,261       54,828     4.9     61.27    64.43     63.3   61.3    -2.0     38.80   39.49      .69
  SLATON           35             35       .0         185          179    -3.2     37.00    35.80     39.1   39.1      .0     14.48   14.01     -.47
 *TOTAL Lubbock
                3,724          3,838      3.1      52,446       55,007      4.9    61.13    64.26     63.1   61.1    -2.0     38.57   39.26       .69

 McAllen-Edin-Phar
  ALAMO             44       84          90.9         321          734 128.7       45.86    48.93     43.6   48.9   5.3       19.99   23.92     3.93
  DONNA            190      190            .0       1,565        1,553   -.8       52.17    53.55     43.3   41.8 -1.4        22.57   22.39     -.17
  EDINBURG         576      570          -1.0       4,660        5,240 12.4        44.81    48.07     49.5   52.4   2.9       22.17   25.19     3.02
  HIDALGO           35       35            .0         130          105 -19.2       18.57    21.00     54.8   39.1 -15.7       10.18    8.22    -1.96
  LA JOYA            0       21            .0           0          155    .0         .00    51.67       .0   39.8 39.8          .00   20.55    20.55
  MCALLEN       3,294     3,337           1.3      50,126       56,285 12.3        69.81    74.95     59.7   61.7   1.9       41.69   46.21     4.52
  MERCEDES          48       48            .0         285          279 -2.1        47.50    39.86     34.2   40.0   5.7       16.27   15.92     -.34
  MISSION          348      383          10.1       4,686        5,701 21.7        60.08    66.29     61.4   61.6    .2       36.89   40.82     3.93
  PHARR            877      912           4.0       9,451       10,967 16.0        54.32    58.34     54.4   56.5   2.1       29.52   32.93     3.41
  SAN JUAN         126      126            .0         945          949    .4       42.95    43.14     47.8   47.8    .0       20.55   20.63      .09
  WESLACO          547      547            .0       5,665        6,469 14.2        55.54    59.35     51.1   54.6   3.5       28.37   32.40     4.03
 *TOTAL McAllen-Edin-Phar
                6,085     6,253           2.8      77,834       88,437    13.6     62.37    66.80     56.2   58.0     1.8     35.04   38.75     3.71


1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)            Est. $ Rate       Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg           2005   2006      2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
 Midland
  MIDLAND          1,913       1,888     -1.3      20,585       27,894    35.5     52.25    60.12     56.4   67.3    10.9     29.48   40.47    10.99

Odessa
  ODESSA           1,563       1,663      6.4      19,311       26,703    38.3     56.96    63.73     59.4   69.0     9.6     33.85   43.99    10.14

 San Angelo
  SAN ANGELO       1,698       1,719      1.2      17,183       18,761      9.2    50.99    53.15     54.4   56.3     1.9     27.72   29.91     2.18

 San Antonio
  BANDERA         273           301     10.3       2,630         3,050    16.0     77.35    80.26     34.1 34.6        .5     26.37   27.75     1.38
  BOERNE          454           448     -1.3       7,284         7,845     7.7     88.83    94.52     49.5 50.8       1.3     43.93   48.01     4.08
  CANYON LAK      122           125      2.5       2,239         2,656    18.6    111.95   132.80     44.9 43.8      -1.1     50.31   58.17     7.86
  CASTROVILL        40           40       .0         135           325   140.7     45.00    46.43     20.5 47.9      27.4      9.25   22.26    13.01
  COMFORT           72           75      4.2         594           812    36.7     66.00    73.82     34.2 40.4       6.2     22.60   29.85     7.24
  CONVERSE          25           25       .0          95           113    18.9     31.67    28.25     32.9 43.8      11.0     10.41   12.38     1.97
  DEVINE            38           38       .0         253           299    18.2     36.14    37.38     50.5 57.7       7.2     18.24   21.56     3.32
  ELMENDORF         62           62       .0         743           758     2.0     53.07    54.14     61.9 61.9        .0     32.83   33.50      .66
  FLORESVILL        42           42       .0         541           571     5.5     54.10    63.44     65.2 58.7      -6.5     35.29   37.25     1.96
  HONDO           141           144      2.1       1,083         1,465    35.3     54.15    63.70     38.8 43.8       5.0     21.00   27.87     6.88
  LEON VALLE      253           253       .0       1,879         1,981     5.4     28.91    31.44     70.4 68.2      -2.2     20.35   21.45     1.10
  LIVE OAK        238           238       .0       3,922         3,794    -3.3     65.37    71.58     69.1 61.0      -8.1     45.15   43.67    -1.47
  LYTLE             40           40       .0         459           408   -11.1     51.00    51.00     61.6 54.8      -6.8     31.44   27.95    -3.49
  MCQUEENEY         14           14       .0         216           223     3.2    108.00   111.50     40.5 40.5        .0     43.72   45.13     1.42
  MEDINA            15           28     86.7         157           471   200.0     78.50   117.75     36.4 39.8       3.4     28.55   46.87    18.32
  NEW BRAUNF    1,875         1,905      1.6      29,135        31,557     8.3     88.83    93.92     47.9 48.3        .4     42.56   45.39     2.83
  PIPE CREEK         4            3    -25.0          73            71    -2.7     73.00    71.00     73.3 109.3     36.0     53.48   77.60    24.12
  PLEASANTON        97           97       .0         854           867     1.5     40.67    45.63     59.3 53.7      -5.6     24.12   24.49      .37
  SAN ANTONI   29,741        30,234      1.7     668,193       747,747    11.9     94.70   103.94     65.0 65.2        .2     61.55   67.75     6.20
  SCHERTZ           69          159    130.4         790         3,488   341.5     56.43    87.20     55.9 68.9      13.0     31.57   60.10    28.53
  SEGUIN          457           508     11.2       4,858         5,967    22.8     55.20    58.50     52.7 55.1       2.4     29.10   32.21     3.11
  UNIVERSAL       120           119      -.8       1,224         1,294     5.7     47.08    51.76     59.5 57.6      -1.9     28.00   29.79     1.79
  VANDERPOOL        13           13       .0         304           374    23.0    152.00   187.00     42.1 42.1        .0     64.07   78.82    14.75
  VON ORMY          33           33       .0         176           200    13.6     29.33    33.33     49.8 49.8        .0     14.61   16.60     1.99
 *TOTAL San Antonio
               34,238        34,944       2.1    727,837       816,336    12.2     92.34 101.13       63.1   63.3      .2     58.24   64.00     5.77

1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms   %                $ Room Revenues (000’s)            Est. $ Rate       Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County          2005    2006 Change                2005       2006 % Chg           2005   2006      2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
 Sherman/Denison
  DENISON          227     210   -7.5               2,833         2,496 -11.9      44.97 53.11        75.9   61.3 -14.6       34.15   32.57    -1.58
  GORDONVILL        18      18      .0                175           236 34.9       58.33 78.67        45.7   45.7    .0       26.64   35.92     9.28
  POTTSBORO        172     170   -1.2               3,553         3,738   5.2     114.61 124.60       49.5   48.4 -1.1        56.73   60.31     3.58
  SHERMAN          820     852     3.9              7,777         8,761 12.7       48.91 52.15        53.1   54.0    .9       25.98   28.18     2.20
  TIOGA             26      26      .0                301           288 -4.3       50.17 48.00        63.2   63.2    .0       31.72   30.35    -1.37
  WHITESBORO        33      33      .0                351           390 11.1       50.14 55.71        58.1   58.1    .0       29.14   32.38     3.24
 *TOTAL Sherman/Denison
                 1,296   1,309     1.0             14,990       15,909      6.1    55.72    60.95     56.9   54.6    -2.2     31.69   33.31     1.62

 Texarkana(TX)
  NEW BOSTON      138            138       .0       1,401        1,294    -7.6     41.21    41.74     67.5   61.5    -6.0     27.81   25.69    -2.12
  TEXARKANA     1,057          1,006     -4.8      13,473       12,984    -3.6     57.82    64.60     60.4   54.7    -5.7     34.93   35.36      .43
 *TOTAL Texarkana(TX)
                1,195          1,144     -4.3      14,874       14,278    -4.0     55.71    61.54     61.2   55.6    -5.7     34.11   34.19       .08

 Tyler
  FLINT               13          13       .0         120          117    -2.5     60.00    58.50     42.1   42.1      .0     25.29   24.66     -.63
  LINDALE            194         194       .0       2,528        2,886    14.2     61.66    65.59     57.9   62.1     4.2     35.70   40.76     5.06
  TYLER            1,991       2,013      1.1      27,116       29,385     8.4     58.19    61.35     64.1   65.2     1.1     37.31   39.99     2.68
 *TOTAL Tyler
                    2,198      2,220      1.0      29,764       32,388      8.8    58.48    61.69     63.4   64.8     1.4     37.10   39.97     2.87

 Victoria
  GOLIAD            59            59       .0         402          349 -13.2       33.50    34.90     55.7   46.4    -9.3     18.67   16.21    -2.46
  PORT LAVAC       300           298      -.7       2,917        2,856 -2.1        51.18    52.89     52.0   49.6    -2.4     26.63   26.25     -.38
  PORT O CON       133           143      7.5       1,402        1,740 24.1        73.79    82.86     39.3   40.2     1.0     28.97   33.34     4.37
  SEADRIFT          48            66     37.5         316          546 72.8        39.50    54.60     45.7   41.5    -4.2     18.04   22.64     4.60
  VICTORIA       1,155         1,281     10.9      12,907       14,898 15.4        53.56    56.65     57.2   56.2     -.9     30.62   31.86     1.24
 *TOTAL Victoria
                 1,695         1,847      9.0      17,944       20,389    13.6     53.25    56.95     54.5   53.1    -1.4     29.01   30.24     1.23

 Waco
  BELLMEAD           713         713       .0       9,431        9,646     2.3     54.51    56.74     66.5   65.3    -1.2     36.26   37.07      .80
  HEWITT               0          33       .0           0          398      .0       .00    66.33       .0   49.4    49.4       .00   32.77    32.77
  MCGREGOR            23          45     95.7         262          440    67.9     52.40    48.89     60.4   54.8    -5.6     31.64   26.79    -4.85
  WACO             1,975       2,058      4.2      27,737       27,091    -2.3     60.56    61.71     63.5   58.4    -5.1     38.48   36.07    -2.41
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  WEST                 0       58      .0               0        459    .0           .00 57.38          .0 37.7 37.7            .00 21.62 21.62
  WOODWAY            280      278     -.7           5,127      5,240   2.2         66.58 70.81        75.5 72.9 -2.6          50.26 51.64    1.38
 *TOTAL Waco
                    2,991      3,185      6.5      42,557       43,274      1.7    59.69    61.29     65.3   60.7    -4.6     39.00   37.22    -1.78

 Wichita Falls
  BURKBURNET        0             13       .0           0          136       .0      .00    68.00       .0   43.5    43.5       .00   29.57    29.57
  HENRIETTA         0             25       .0           0          194       .0      .00    64.67       .0   32.6    32.6       .00   21.09    21.09
  WICHITA FA    1,909          1,989      4.2      19,628       21,516      9.6    54.07    57.84     52.1   51.2     -.8     28.16   29.64     1.48
 *TOTAL Wichita Falls
                1,909          2,027      6.2      19,628       21,846    11.3     54.07    57.95     52.1   51.0    -1.1     28.16   29.53     1.37

Non-Metro
  ALBA                 73         68     -6.8         652           709    8.7     59.27 64.45        41.3   44.5     3.2     24.50   28.69     4.19
  ALBANY               28         28       .0         214           234    9.3     42.80 46.80        48.9   48.9      .0     20.94   22.90     1.96
  ALICE               367        366      -.3       2,956         4,264   44.2     50.97 57.62        43.3   55.4    12.1     22.05   31.92     9.87
  ALPINE              425        427       .5       4,201         5,222   24.3     51.86 56.76        52.2   59.1     6.9     27.09   33.54     6.45
  ANDREWS              82        106     29.3         349           539   54.4     31.73 31.71        36.9   43.9     7.1     11.70   13.93     2.23
  ASPERMONT            29         29       .0         180           182    1.1     30.00 30.33        56.7   56.7      .0     17.01   17.19      .19
  ATHENS              350        353       .9       2,639         2,686    1.8     41.89 42.63        49.3   49.0     -.4     20.66   20.88      .22
  ATLANTA             166        166       .0       1,083         1,126    4.0     43.32 41.70        41.3   44.6     3.3     17.87   18.58      .71
  BALLINGER            32         32       .0         234           276   17.9     39.00 39.43        51.4   59.9     8.6     20.03   23.63     3.60
  BALMORHEA             0          5       .0           0            33     .0       .00 33.00          .0   54.3    54.3       .00   17.93    17.93
  BAY CITY            591        601      1.7       4,229         4,528    7.1     39.16 41.16        50.1   50.1      .1     19.60   20.63     1.03
  BEEVILLE            226        236      4.4       1,869         2,683   43.6     46.73 50.62        48.5   61.6    13.2     22.66   31.21     8.55
  BIG BEND N           56         56       .0       1,874         1,930    3.0    117.13 128.67       78.3   73.4    -4.9     91.68   94.42     2.74
  BIG LAKE             39         46     17.9         292           376   28.8     36.50 41.78        56.2   54.1    -2.1     20.51   22.61     2.10
  BIG SANDY             0         10       .0           0            48     .0       .00 24.00          .0   54.3    54.3       .00   13.04    13.04
  BIG SPRING          518        525      1.4       4,929         5,922   20.1     48.80 51.50        53.4   60.0     6.6     26.08   30.90     4.82
  BLANCO               38         40      5.3         346           400   15.6     49.43 50.00        50.8   54.8     4.0     25.09   27.40     2.31
  BLUFF DALE            5          5       .0         125           140   12.0    125.00 140.00       54.8   54.8      .0     68.49   76.71     8.22
  BONHAM               85         85       .0         409           464   13.4     31.46 30.93        41.9   48.3     6.4     13.18   14.96     1.77
  BORGER              209        276     32.1       2,133         3,352   57.1     49.60 54.95        56.3   60.6     4.3     27.92   33.27     5.35
  BOWIE               100        100       .0         614           766   24.8     36.12 38.30        46.6   54.8     8.2     16.82   20.99     4.16
  BRACKETTVI           48         48       .0         179           210   17.3     35.80 35.00        28.5   34.2     5.7     10.22   11.99     1.77
  BRADY               168        168       .0       1,219         1,316    8.0     45.15 45.38        44.0   47.3     3.3     19.88   21.46     1.58
  BRECKENRID           87         87       .0         613           605   -1.3     40.87 40.33        47.2   47.2      .0     19.30   19.05     -.25
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point            $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge          2005   2006 Change
  BRENHAM            697      629   -9.8            6,479      5,986 -7.6          54.91 57.56        46.4 45.4 -1.0          25.47 26.12      .65
  BROADDUS            17       17      .0             113        114    .9         56.50 57.00        32.2 32.2     .0        18.21 18.37     .16
  BROOKELAND          68       81   19.1            1,073      1,098   2.3        107.30 99.82        40.3 37.3 -3.0          43.23 37.23 -6.00
  BROWNFIELD         118      118      .0             708        796 12.4          41.65 44.22        39.5 41.8    2.3        16.44 18.48    2.04
  BROWNWOOD          372      418   12.4            3,857      4,418 14.5          56.72 58.13        50.0 49.8    -.2        28.39 28.96      .57
  BUCHANAN D          30       28   -6.7              379        418 10.3          94.75 104.50       37.1 39.8    2.8        35.14 41.64    6.50
  BUFFALO            173      173      .0           2,471      2,941 19.0          65.03 66.84        60.2 69.7    9.5        39.13 46.58    7.44
  BURNET             278      298     7.2           4,095      4,366   6.6         81.90 89.10        49.4 45.0 -4.3          40.42 40.14    -.28
  CAMERON             79       79      .0             340        301 -11.5         37.78 37.63        31.2 27.7 -3.5          11.79 10.44 -1.35
  CAMP WOOD           15       17   13.3              230        299 30.0         115.00 99.67        36.5 48.3 11.9          41.93 48.19    6.25
  CANADIAN            75       75      .0           1,114      1,151   3.3         69.63 71.94        58.4 58.5     .0        40.69 42.05    1.36
  CANTON             260      271     4.2           2,060      2,475 20.1          49.05 51.56        44.3 48.6    4.3        21.73 25.07    3.33
  CARRIZO SP          83      119   43.4              653      1,080 65.4          40.81 54.00        52.8 46.0 -6.8          21.55 24.86    3.31
  CARTHAGE           164      164      .0           2,281      2,624 15.0          61.65 65.60        61.8 66.8    5.0        38.11 43.84    5.73
  CENTER             124      128     3.2           1,535      1,514 -1.4          59.04 63.08        57.5 51.4 -6.1          33.92 32.41 -1.52
  CENTERVILL          40       40      .0             455        545 19.8          50.56 54.50        61.6 68.5    6.8        31.16 37.33    6.16
  CHAPPELL H          12       16   33.3               73         87 19.2          36.50 29.00        45.5 51.4    5.9        16.59 14.90 -1.69
  CHILDRESS          359      359      .0           3,833      4,437 15.8          54.76 56.88        53.4 59.5    6.1        29.25 33.86    4.61
  CISCO               88       88      .0             845        671 -20.6         42.25 44.73        62.3 46.7 -15.6         26.31 20.89 -5.42
  CLARENDON           73       73      .0             817      1,040 27.3          58.36 61.18        52.5 63.8 11.3          30.66 39.03    8.37
  CLARKSVILL          31       31      .0             125        132   5.6         31.25 26.40        35.4 44.2    8.8        11.05 11.67     .62
  CLIFTON             29       73 151.7               150        734 389.3         37.50 61.17        38.4 45.3    6.9        14.41 27.73 13.32
  COLEMAN             79       79      .0             548        556   1.5         36.53 37.07        52.0 52.0     .0        19.00 19.28     .28
  COLORADO C          91       91      .0             452        493   9.1         32.29 35.21        42.1 42.1     .0        13.61 14.84    1.23
  COLUMBUS           179      179      .0           2,203      2,278   3.4         59.54 59.95        56.6 58.2    1.5        33.72 34.87    1.15
  COMANCHE            24       24      .0             141        184 30.5          35.25 30.67        45.7 68.5 22.8          16.10 21.00    4.91
  CONCAN             298      306     2.7           5,181      5,726 10.5         132.85 139.66       35.8 36.7     .9        47.55 51.19    3.63
  CORSICANA          610      687   12.6            4,244      5,706 34.4          46.13 51.41        41.3 44.3    3.0        19.05 22.76    3.70
  COTULLA             86       86      .0             739        842 13.9          46.19 49.53        51.0 54.2    3.2        23.54 26.82    3.28
  CRANE               20       20      .0             159        212 33.3          39.75 42.40        54.8 68.5 13.7          21.78 29.04    7.26
  CROCKETT           215      215      .0           1,733      2,358 36.1          44.44 49.13        49.7 61.2 11.5          22.08 30.05    7.96
  CRYSTAL CI          20       20      .0             283        280 -1.1          70.75 70.00        54.8 54.8     .0        38.77 38.36    -.41
  CUERO               91       61 -33.0               692        687   -.7         43.25 52.85        48.2 58.4 10.2          20.83 30.86 10.02
  DALHART            408      407     -.2           3,533      4,030 14.1          47.11 50.38        50.4 53.9    3.5        23.74 27.13    3.39
  DE LEON             16       16      .0             122        141 15.6          30.50 35.25        68.5 68.5     .0        20.89 24.14    3.25
  DEL RIO            868      935     7.7           9,112     10,985 20.6          50.34 54.11        57.1 59.5    2.3        28.77 32.19    3.42
  DENVER CIT          72       72      .0             437        487 11.4          27.31 30.44        60.9 60.9     .0        16.63 18.53    1.90
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy    Point         $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006     Chnge      2005   2006 Change
  DIBOLL              40       40      .0             413        408 -1.2          51.63 51.00        54.8 54.8        .0     28.29 27.95    -.34
  DILLEY              54       66   22.2              357        419 17.4          39.67 38.09        45.7 45.6       -.1     18.11 17.37    -.75
  DIMMITT             33       33      .0             123        162 31.7          41.00 40.50        24.9 33.2       8.3     10.21 13.45    3.24
  DUBLIN              21       21      .0             177        190   7.3         44.25 47.50        52.2 52.2        .0     23.09 24.79    1.70
  DUMAS              443      454     2.5           5,045      5,369   6.4         54.84 58.36        56.9 55.5      -1.4     31.21 32.40    1.19
  EAGLE LAKE          25       25      .0             170        121 -28.8         34.00 30.25        54.8 43.8     -11.0     18.63 13.26 -5.37
  EAGLE PASS         470      510     8.5           6,190      7,609 22.9          57.31 62.37        62.9 65.5       2.6     36.08 40.86    4.79
  EARLY              186      181   -2.7            1,498      1,489   -.6         45.39 45.12        48.7 50.0       1.3     22.10 22.54     .43
  EASTLAND           145      145      .0           1,067      1,239 16.1          38.11 42.72        52.9 54.8       1.9     20.16 23.41    3.25
  EDEN                30       30      .0             206        225   9.2         41.20 37.50        45.7 54.8       9.1     18.81 20.55    1.74
  EDNA                63       63      .0             622        619   -.5         41.47 44.21        65.2 60.9      -4.3     27.05 26.92    -.13
  EL CAMPO           185      185      .0           1,760      1,666 -5.3          48.89 47.60        53.3 51.8      -1.5     26.06 24.67 -1.39
  EMORY               59       48 -18.6               349        254 -27.2         43.63 42.33        37.4 34.1      -3.3     16.31 14.45 -1.86
  ESCOBARES            6        3 -50.0                64         29 -54.7         64.00 29.00        45.7 92.1      46.4     29.22 26.70 -2.52
  ETOILE              17       17      .0             117        123   5.1         39.00 41.00        48.3 48.3        .0     18.86 19.82      .97
  FAIRFIELD          243      238   -2.1            2,953      3,458 17.1          57.90 60.67        57.4 65.6       8.2     33.26 39.80    6.54
  FALFURRIAS         144      145      .7           1,827      1,857   1.6         55.36 59.90        63.0 58.6      -4.4     34.88 35.09      .21
  FLATONIA            90       90      .0             390        427   9.5         32.50 32.85        36.5 39.6       3.0     11.87 13.00    1.13
  FLOYDADA            30       30      .0             175        109 -37.7         29.17 27.25        54.8 36.5     -18.3     15.98   9.95 -6.03
  FORT DAVIS         137      127   -7.3            1,717      1,857   8.2         81.76 88.43        42.0 45.3       3.3     34.33 40.06    5.73
  FORT HANCO          27       27      .0             175        177   1.1         43.75 44.25        40.6 40.6        .0     17.76 17.96     .20
  FORT STOCK         801      832     3.9           8,100      9,845 21.5          49.09 52.93        56.4 61.2       4.8     27.70 32.42    4.72
  FRANKSTON           34       38   11.8              318        362 13.8          53.00 51.71        48.7 51.1       2.5     25.79 26.43     .64
  FREDERICKS       1,186    1,208     1.9          18,408     20,759 12.8          88.93 92.26        47.8 51.0       3.2     42.51 47.08    4.57
  FREER              107      114     6.5           1,215      1,473 21.2          50.63 50.79        61.5 69.7       8.2     31.11 35.38    4.27
  FRELSBURG           32       32      .0             335        321 -4.2          67.00 64.20        42.8 42.8        .0     28.68 27.48 -1.20
  FRIONA              25       25      .0             158        145 -8.2          31.60 36.25        54.8 43.8     -11.0     17.32 15.89 -1.42
  FRITCH              10       19   90.0               57        139 143.9         57.00 46.33        28.6 43.3      14.7     16.30 20.04    3.74
  GAINESVILL         472      491     4.0           5,882      6,307   7.2         54.46 60.07        62.7 58.5      -4.1     34.12 35.16    1.04
  GEORGE WES         108      108      .0           1,093      1,184   8.3         49.68 53.82        55.8 55.8        .0     27.73 30.04    2.31
  GIDDINGS           190      196     3.2           1,250      1,441 15.3          43.10 43.67        41.8 46.2       4.4     18.02 20.16    2.14
  GLEN ROSE          263      287     9.1           4,167      4,857 16.6          85.04 89.94        51.0 51.5        .5     43.37 46.36    2.99
  GOLDTHWAIT          22       22      .0             164        145 -11.6         41.00 36.25        49.8 49.8        .0     20.42 18.06 -2.37
  GONZALES            85       85      .0             764        891 16.6          44.94 49.50        54.8 58.0       3.2     24.63 28.72    4.09
  GORDON               0        5      .0               0         27    .0           .00 27.00          .0 57.8      57.8       .00 15.62 15.62
  GRAFORD            123      124      .8           2,824      3,102   9.8        128.36 124.08       49.0 55.4       6.5     62.86 68.77    5.91
  GRAHAM             208      209      .5           1,955      2,593 32.6          51.45 60.30        50.0 56.5       6.5     25.73 34.06    8.33
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est.   $ Rate      Occupancy    Point        $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005     2006     2005 2006     Chnge     2005   2006 Change
  GRANBURY           373      421   12.9            5,745      7,741 34.7          73.65    81.48     57.3 61.8       4.5    42.22 50.38    8.16
  GRAND SALI          16       16      .0             225        247   9.8        112.50   123.50     34.2 34.2        .0    38.53 42.29    3.77
  GRANITE SH          56        5 -91.1               286         63 -78.0         71.50    63.00     19.5 54.3      34.9    13.92 34.24 20.32
  GROESBECK          110      110      .0             277        358 29.2          25.18    25.57     27.4 34.9       7.5     6.90   8.92   2.02
  GUN BARREL          35       35      .0             289        371 28.4          48.17    53.00     47.0 54.8       7.8    22.62 29.04    6.42
  HALLETTSVI         100      106     6.0             975      1,279 31.2          54.17    55.61     49.2 59.4      10.3    26.62 33.06    6.43
  HAMILTON            25       43   72.0              203        404 99.0          40.60    40.40     54.8 63.5       8.7    22.25 25.65    3.41
  HASKELL             18       22   22.2               83        207 149.4         27.67    51.75     45.7 49.8       4.2    12.63 25.78 13.15
  HAWKINS             11        0 *****                58          0 *****         29.00      .00     48.8    .0    -48.8    14.16    .00 -14.16
  HEBBRONVIL          62       86   38.7              715      1,058 48.0          55.00    55.68     57.4 60.5       3.1    31.60 33.71    2.11
  HEMPHILL            15       15      .0             123        114 -7.3          61.50    57.00     36.6 36.4       -.3    22.53 20.73 -1.80
  HEREFORD           149      179   20.1            1,686      1,887 11.9          56.20    53.91     55.2 53.6      -1.6    31.00 28.88 -2.12
  HICO                17       17      .0             120        185 54.2          30.00    37.00     64.5 80.6      16.1    19.34 29.81 10.48
  HILLSBORO          392      391     -.3           4,955      5,101   2.9         55.06    58.63     62.9 61.0      -2.0    34.65 35.74    1.09
  HILLTOP LA          29       29      .0             153        197 28.8          51.00    49.25     28.3 37.8       9.4    14.45 18.61    4.16
  HORSESHOE          359      350   -2.5            8,844     10,136 14.6         147.40   163.48     45.8 48.6       2.8    67.54 79.45 11.92
  HUGHES SPR          30       30      .0              92        108 17.4          30.67    27.00     27.4 36.5       9.1     8.40   9.86   1.46
  HUNT               296      296      .0           2,893      3,046   5.3         64.29    66.22     41.6 42.5        .9    26.75 28.17    1.43
  HUNTSVILLE         621      621      .0           6,449      6,407   -.7         49.61    50.45     57.4 56.0      -1.3    28.45 28.27    -.19
  INGRAM              76       58 -23.7             1,198        908 -24.2         92.15    90.80     47.1 47.1        .0    43.44 42.81    -.64
  IRAAN               18       18      .0             193        172 -10.9         48.25    43.00     60.9 60.9        .0    29.38 26.18 -3.20
  IREDELL             39       39      .0           2,190      2,722 24.3         273.75   302.44     56.2 63.2       7.0   153.85 191.22 37.37
  JACKSBORO           49       49      .0             215        193 -10.2         30.71    32.17     39.1 33.5      -5.6    12.02 10.79 -1.23
  JACKSONVIL         236      262   11.0            2,340      2,989 27.7          48.75    52.44     55.8 59.6       3.8    27.20 31.26    4.06
  JASPER             363      408   12.4            4,068      4,957 21.9          47.86    53.88     64.2 61.8      -2.4    30.72 33.30    2.59
  JEFFERSON          199      185   -7.0            2,083      1,750 -16.0         61.26    54.69     46.7 47.5        .8    28.64 26.00 -2.64
  JEWETT              63       63      .0             493        672 36.3          41.08    48.00     52.2 60.9       8.7    21.44 29.22    7.78
  JOHNSON CI          82       82      .0             769        966 25.6          54.93    60.38     46.8 53.5       6.7    25.69 32.28    6.58
  JUNCTION           205      222     8.3           1,990      2,305 15.8          51.03    52.39     52.2 54.4       2.3    26.62 28.52    1.90
  KENEDY              74       74      .0             416        469 12.7          32.00    33.50     48.1 51.8       3.7    15.40 17.36    1.96
  KERMIT              33       50   51.5              265        389 46.8          37.86    38.90     58.1 54.8      -3.3    22.00 21.32    -.69
  KERRVILLE        1,115    1,133     1.6          12,937     13,755   6.3         61.90    63.98     51.3 52.0        .7    31.78 33.27    1.49
  KINGSLAND           61       90   47.5              753      1,015 34.8          83.67    72.50     40.5 42.6       2.0    33.92 30.87 -3.05
  KINGSVILLE         492      488     -.8           4,758      4,685 -1.5          47.11    48.30     56.3 54.5      -1.8    26.52 26.32    -.20
  KIRBYVILLE          16        0 *****                95          0 *****         23.75      .00     68.5    .0    -68.5    16.27    .00 -16.27
  KNOX CITY           21       21      .0             153        116 -24.2         30.60    29.00     65.2 52.2     -13.0    19.96 15.13 -4.83
  KOPPERL              7        7      .0              61         63   3.3         61.00    63.00     42.0 42.0        .0    25.64 26.48     .84
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est.   $ Rate      Occupancy    Point         $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005     2006     2005 2006     Chnge      2005   2006 Change
  LA GRANGE          197      210     6.6           1,181      1,369 15.9          34.74    38.03     47.3 47.0       -.3     16.42 17.87    1.45
  LAGUNA PAR          31       28   -9.7              575        585   1.7        115.00   117.00     44.5 48.9       4.4     51.17 57.21    6.04
  LAJITAS             92       92      .0           1,940      1,858 -4.2         149.23   142.92     38.7 38.7        .0     57.77 55.33 -2.44
  LAMESA              80       80      .0             649        763 17.6          43.27    44.88     51.4 58.2       6.8     22.23 26.13    3.90
  LEAKEY             120      130     8.3           1,436      1,767 23.1          84.47    93.00     38.8 40.1       1.2     32.80 37.25    4.45
  LEVELLAND           66       66      .0             433        438   1.2         33.31    33.69     54.0 54.0        .0     17.97 18.18     .21
  LINDSAY              0       25      .0               0        420    .0           .00    52.50       .0 86.7      86.7       .00 45.53 45.53
  LITTLEFIEL          46       45   -2.2              358        293 -18.2         35.80    36.63     59.9 48.7     -11.2     21.44 17.84 -3.60
  LIVINGSTON         195      256   31.3            2,684      3,628 35.2          59.64    64.79     63.2 59.9      -3.3     37.71 38.83    1.12
  LLANO               90       90      .0             544        583   7.2         41.85    44.85     39.6 39.6        .0     16.56 17.75    1.19
  LUFKIN             959      819 -14.6            10,081     10,767   6.8         51.43    56.08     56.0 64.2       8.2     28.81 36.03    7.22
  MADISONVIL         201      201      .0           1,265      1,867 47.6          40.81    42.43     42.3 60.0      17.7     17.24 25.45    8.21
  MALAKOFF            64       64      .0             254        265   4.3         31.75    29.44     34.2 38.5       4.3     10.87 11.34      .47
  MARATHON            56       56      .0           1,407      1,473   4.7        108.23   113.31     63.6 63.6        .0     68.84 72.06    3.23
  MARBLE FAL         340      335   -1.5            4,394      5,345 21.6          75.76    80.98     46.7 54.0       7.3     35.38 43.71    8.33
  MARFA               77      109   41.6            1,469      2,187 48.9          86.41    99.41     60.9 55.5      -5.4     52.61 55.15    2.55
  MARLIN              60       60      .0             427        406 -4.9          35.58    36.91     54.8 50.2      -4.6     19.50 18.54    -.96
  MARSHALL           788      830     5.3           9,245     11,100 20.1          51.08    57.22     62.9 64.0       1.1     32.13 36.64    4.51
  MASON               26       26      .0             355        331 -6.8          71.00    66.20     52.7 52.7        .0     37.41 34.88 -2.53
  MATAGORDA           13       14     7.7             213        284 33.3          71.00    94.67     63.2 58.7      -4.5     44.87 55.52 10.65
  MCCAMEY              7       28 300.0                50        301 502.0         50.00    50.17     38.8 58.7      19.9     19.41 29.45 10.04
  MEMPHIS             37       37      .0             219        260 18.7          43.80    43.33     37.0 44.4       7.4     16.22 19.25    3.04
  MENARD              17       17      .0             117        137 17.1          29.25    34.25     64.5 64.5        .0     18.86 22.08    3.22
  MERIDIAN            23       23      .0             148        184 24.3          37.00    36.80     47.6 59.6      11.9     17.63 21.92    4.29
  MEXIA              109      117     7.3             387        562 45.2          24.19    26.76     40.2 49.4       9.1      9.73 13.21    3.48
  MIDFIELD             2        5 150.0                39         71 82.1            .00    71.00       .0 61.1      61.1     47.10 43.35 -3.76
  MILAM               58       58      .0             447        306 -31.5         40.64    43.71     51.8 32.9     -18.8     21.04 14.40 -6.64
  MINEOLA             28       28      .0             175        201 14.9          58.33    50.25     29.4 39.1       9.8     17.12 19.67    2.54
  MINERAL WE         222      199 -10.4             2,210      2,597 17.5          48.04    54.10     56.8 66.2       9.4     27.27 35.82    8.54
  MINGUS              18       24   33.3              215        236   9.8         71.67    78.67     45.6 34.2     -11.4     32.69 26.94 -5.75
  MONAHANS           135      143     5.9             627      1,068 70.3          31.35    38.14     40.6 53.8      13.2     12.72 20.52    7.80
  MOUNT PLEA         496      493     -.6           5,742      6,077   5.8         56.29    57.33     56.3 58.9       2.6     31.72 33.77    2.05
  MOUNT VERN          44       43   -2.3              462        522 13.0          51.33    52.20     56.4 63.7       7.4     28.93 33.26    4.33
  MOUNTAIN H          13       17   30.8              156        258 65.4          78.00    86.00     42.1 49.0       6.8     32.88 42.12    9.25
  MUENSTER            11       15   36.4              102        199 95.1         102.00    99.50     24.2 36.5      12.3     24.73 36.35 11.62
  MULESHOE            84       66 -21.4               641        504 -21.4         40.06    42.00     52.2 49.8      -2.4     20.91 20.92      .01
  NACOGDOCHE         821      895     9.0           9,751     11,298 15.9          57.70    61.40     56.4 56.3       -.1     32.53 34.56    2.03
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est.   $ Rate      Occupancy    Point        $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005     2006     2005 2006     Chnge     2005   2006 Change
  NAVASOTA           118      104 -11.9             1,305      1,379   5.7         52.20    57.46     58.3 63.2       5.0    30.41 36.33    5.92
  NEWTON               9       11   22.2              226        215 -4.9         113.00   107.50     58.9 48.8     -10.1    66.61 52.50 -14.10
  NOCONA              17       17      .0             120        125   4.2         40.00    41.67     48.3 48.3        .0    19.34 20.15     .81
  OLNEY               41       41      .0             181        187   3.3         22.63    26.71     53.5 46.8      -6.7    12.09 12.50      .40
  OMAHA               11       21   90.9               64        132 106.3         32.00    33.00     51.8 52.2        .4    16.56 17.22     .66
  ONALASKA             6        0 *****                31          0 *****           .00      .00       .0    .0       .0    14.65    .00 -14.65
  ORANGE GRO          10        5 -50.0                87         59 -32.2         43.50    59.00     54.8 54.9        .2    23.84 32.42    8.58
  OZONA              198      198      .0           2,740      2,846   3.9         62.27    63.24     60.9 62.3       1.4    37.91 39.38    1.47
  PALACIOS            66       61   -7.6              296        278 -6.1          26.91    25.27     45.5 49.4       3.9    12.24 12.49     .24
  PALESTINE          486      486      .0           4,889      5,650 15.6          48.41    50.90     56.9 62.6       5.6    27.56 31.85    4.29
  PAMPA              127      178   40.2            2,008      3,167 57.7          62.75    70.38     69.0 69.1        .1    43.32 48.67    5.35
  PARIS              541      539     -.4           5,660      6,791 20.0          53.40    56.12     53.7 61.5       7.8    28.65 34.52    5.87
  PEARSALL            57       57      .0             735        704 -4.2          52.50    54.15     67.3 62.5      -4.8    35.33 33.84 -1.49
  PECOS              384      399     3.9           3,470      4,941 42.4          43.92    47.51     56.4 71.4      15.0    24.76 33.92    9.16
  PERRYTON           127      182   43.3            1,041      2,333 124.1         45.26    59.82     49.6 58.7       9.1    22.46 35.12 12.66
  PIERCE               6        6      .0              69        104 50.7          69.00   104.00     45.8 45.8        .0    31.59 47.62 16.03
  PLAINVIEW          408      408      .0           3,537      3,644   3.0         48.45    49.24     49.0 49.7        .7    23.75 24.47     .72
  PORT MANSF          58       51 -12.1             1,090      1,005 -7.8         121.11   125.63     42.5 43.5        .9    51.49 54.59    3.10
  POST                62       62      .0             801        860   7.4         57.21    57.33     61.9 66.3       4.4    35.40 38.00    2.61
  PREMONT             14       14      .0              94        108 14.9          31.33    36.00     58.7 58.7        .0    18.40 21.14    2.74
  PRESIDIO            62       62      .0             546        625 14.5          49.64    52.08     48.6 53.0       4.4    24.13 27.62    3.49
  QUANAH              53       90   69.8              454        856 88.5          50.44    53.50     46.9 48.7       1.8    23.65 26.06    2.41
  QUEEN CITY          65       65      .0             195        164 -15.9         24.38    23.43     33.7 29.5      -4.2     8.22   6.91 -1.31
  QUITMAN             55       49 -10.9               262        217 -17.2         43.67    36.17     29.9 33.5       3.6    13.06 12.13    -.93
  RANGER              30       30      .0             256        307 19.9          36.57    43.86     63.9 63.9        .0    23.38 28.04    4.66
  RANKIN              20       20      .0             114        116   1.8         38.00    38.67     41.1 41.1        .0    15.62 15.89     .27
  RAYMONDVIL         106      106      .0             947      1,032   9.0         52.61    51.60     46.5 51.7       5.2    24.48 26.67    2.20
  REFUGIO             61       61      .0             541        517 -4.4          45.08    47.00     53.9 49.4      -4.5    24.30 23.22 -1.08
  RIO FRIO             6        5 -16.7               246        208 -15.4        246.00   208.00     47.5 54.6       7.2   116.81 113.66 -3.15
  RIO GRANDE          74      130   75.7              908      1,583 74.3          60.53    63.32     55.5 52.8      -2.8    33.62 33.41    -.21
  RIVIERA              4        6   50.0              110        175 59.1         110.00   175.00     68.5 45.7     -22.8    75.34 79.91    4.57
  ROCKDALE           164      164      .0           1,785      2,290 28.3          49.58    52.05     60.1 73.5      13.4    29.82 38.26    8.44
  ROCKSPRING           9        9      .0             219        240   9.6        109.50   120.00     60.9 60.9        .0    66.67 73.06    6.39
  ROMA                40       40      .0             215        253 17.7          35.83    36.14     41.1 47.9       6.8    14.73 17.33    2.60
  ROUND TOP           41       41      .0             381        428 12.3          95.25    85.60     26.7 33.4       6.7    25.46 28.60    3.14
  RUSK                66       66      .0             701        727   3.7         50.07    51.93     58.1 58.1        .0    29.10 30.18    1.08
  SAN AUGUST          81       81      .0             440        323 -26.6         29.33    29.36     50.7 37.2     -13.5    14.88 10.93 -3.96
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area        Number of Rooms   %             $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est.   $ Rate      Occupancy    Point        $ REVPAR   $
  County            2005     2006 Change             2005       2006 % Chg          2005     2006     2005 2006     Chnge     2005   2006 Change
  SAN SABA            54       54      .0             286        333 16.4          47.67    41.63     30.7 41.0      10.2    14.65 17.06    2.41
  SANDERSON           32       32      .0             229        227   -.9         45.80    45.40     42.8 42.8        .0    19.61 19.43    -.17
  SANTA ANNA          10       10      .0             131        163 24.4          65.50    81.50     54.8 54.8        .0    35.89 44.66    8.77
  SARITA               4        4      .0              57         64 12.3          57.00    64.00     68.7 68.7        .0    39.15 43.96    4.81
  SCHULENBUR         102      102      .0             710        746   5.1         47.33    46.63     40.3 43.0       2.7    19.07 20.04     .97
  SCROGGINS           18       18      .0             282        327 16.0          94.00   109.00     46.8 47.0        .2    44.03 51.28    7.25
  SEMINOLE            77       77      .0             437        494 13.0          33.62    35.29     46.3 49.8       3.6    15.55 17.58    2.03
  SEVEN OAKS          28        0 *****               100          0 *****         25.00      .00     39.1    .0    -39.1     9.78    .00 -9.78
  SEYMOUR             25       36   44.0              166        249 50.0          41.50    35.57     43.8 53.1       9.3    18.19 18.90     .71
  SHAFTER             30       30      .0             823        912 10.8         164.60   182.40     45.7 45.7        .0    75.16 83.29    8.13
  SHAMROCK           321      322      .3           3,268      3,937 20.5          51.06    54.68     54.7 61.3       6.6    27.94 33.50    5.56
  SHINER               7        6 -14.3                95        122 28.4          95.00   122.00     39.1 43.9       4.7    37.18 53.53 16.35
  SMILEY               6        6      .0             102        105   2.9        102.00   105.00     45.7 45.7        .0    46.58 47.95    1.37
  SNYDER             217      224     3.2           2,564      2,901 13.1          50.27    55.79     64.4 63.6       -.8    32.37 35.47    3.10
  SONORA             245      258     5.3           3,186      3,553 11.5          60.11    63.45     59.2 59.5        .2    35.60 37.73    2.13
  SPEARMAN            29       29      .0             163        211 29.4          32.60    42.20     47.2 47.2        .0    15.40 19.93    4.53
  SPICEWOOD            1        2 100.0                68        165 142.6           .00      .00       .0    .0       .0   185.79 258.62 72.83
  STAMFORD            34       34      .0             173        140 -19.1         28.83    35.00     48.3 32.2     -16.1    13.94 11.28 -2.66
  STEPHENVIL         324      325      .3           3,807      4,384 15.2          55.17    59.24     58.3 62.4       4.1    32.17 36.96    4.79
  STONEWALL           23       24     4.3             512        529   3.3        102.40   105.80     60.9 57.1      -3.8    62.33 60.39 -1.94
  STRATFORD           22       22      .0             103         95 -7.8          25.75    23.75     49.8 49.8        .0    12.83 11.83 -1.00
  STREETMAN            2        2      .0              39         46 17.9            .00      .00       .0    .0       .0    53.28 62.84    9.56
  SULPHUR SP         331      330     -.3           3,361      3,608   7.3         52.52    56.38     53.0 53.1        .1    27.84 29.95    2.11
  SWEETWATER         458      440   -3.9            4,213      4,945 17.4          46.30    52.61     54.4 58.5       4.1    25.20 30.79    5.59
  TERLINGUA          122      123      .8           1,163      1,097 -5.7          61.21    60.94     42.9 40.1      -2.7    26.23 24.44 -1.79
  TEXLINE              0       23      .0               0        114    .0           .00    28.50       .0 46.9      46.9      .00 13.37 13.37
  THREE RIVE         161      189   17.4            1,408      1,619 15.0          52.15    49.06     45.9 47.8       2.0    23.93 23.47    -.46
  TOW                 27       29     7.4             307        346 12.7          76.75    86.50     41.3 38.4      -2.9    31.71 33.23    1.53
  TRINITY             46       55   19.6              400        636 59.0          57.14    57.82     42.2 54.8      12.6    24.10 31.66    7.57
  TULIA               37       37      .0             174        157 -9.8          34.80    31.40     37.0 37.0        .0    12.88 11.63 -1.26
  TURKEY               0        7      .0               0         50    .0           .00    25.00       .0 85.0      85.0      .00 21.25 21.25
  UTOPIA              28       16 -42.9               303        243 -19.8        101.00   121.50     29.1 34.8       5.7    29.35 42.30 12.94
  UVALDE             339      341      .6           3,360      3,604   7.3         52.50    55.45     51.8 52.3        .5    27.17 29.00    1.82
  VALERA               8        8      .0              43         53 23.3          43.00    53.00     36.4 36.4        .0    15.66 19.31    3.64
  VAN                 19       19      .0             133        124 -6.8          33.25    41.33     57.7 43.3     -14.4    19.18 17.88 -1.30
  VAN HORN           416      416      .0           5,112      5,766 12.8          56.18    60.06     59.9 63.2       3.3    33.67 37.97    4.31
  VEGA                81       99   22.2              827      1,297 56.8          59.07    58.95     47.4 60.8      13.5    27.97 35.86    7.89
1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
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                            TEXAS METROS, WITHCOUNTIES, HOTEL/MOTEL PERFORMANCE, FOURTH QUARTER YEAR-TO-DATE

Metro Area     Number of Rooms   %                $ Room Revenues (000’s)           Est. $ Rate        Occupancy Point           $ REVPAR   $
  County          2005    2006 Change                2005       2006 % Chg          2005   2006       2005 2006 Chnge         2005   2006 Change
  VERNON           210     217     3.3              1,946      2,369 21.7          49.90 53.84        50.8 55.5    4.7       25.36 29.87    4.51
  WASHINGTON         1       4 300.0                   24        105 337.5           .00 105.00         .0 68.5 68.5         65.22 71.92    6.70
  WEIMAR            40      40      .0                354        306 -13.6         50.57 51.00        47.9 41.1 -6.8         24.25 20.96 -3.29
  WELLINGTON        21      21      .0                114         95 -16.7         28.50 31.67        52.2 39.1 -13.0        14.87 12.39 -2.48
  WHARTON          164     195   18.9               1,619      2,193 35.5          47.62 54.83        56.7 56.2    -.5       27.00 30.81    3.81
  WHEELER           16      16      .0                 89        122 37.1          29.67 30.50        51.4 68.5 17.1         15.24 20.89    5.65
  WHITNEY           75      76     1.3              3,114      3,178   2.1        239.54 227.00       47.8 50.6    2.8      114.49 114.96    .47
  WOODVILLE         72      72      .0                602        571 -5.1          43.00 43.92        53.3 49.5 -3.8         22.91 21.73 -1.18
  YOAKUM            68      77   13.2                 377        643 70.6          41.89 49.46        36.5 46.3    9.8       15.28 22.88    7.60
  ZAPATA           183     172   -6.0               2,702      3,267 20.9          62.84 68.06        64.4 76.6 12.2         40.45 52.14 11.69
 *TOTAL Non-Metro
               35,804   36,898     3.1           382,045       439,946    15.2     56.12    59.44     52.1   55.0     2.9     29.24   32.68     3.44

 TOTAL           333,538    339,560       1.8 5,438,671      6,136,710    12.8     74.18    80.75     60.2   61.3     1.1     44.68   49.51     4.84




1. Room-nights sold (from estimated rate and actual rooms revenues.). 2. Occupancy: nights sold divided by nights available (x 100). 3. Taxable and gross
rooms revenues are from Texas Comptroller (with 12%+ added on average if gross not reported; covers monthly, government, charity, educational rents).
Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/30/09. (210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Website:SourceStrategies.Org
                  Methodology of Texas Hotel/Motel Reports
Texas Hotel/Motel Quarterly Reports are prepared on a custom basis for
private and public clients, including Market Texas Tourism, Office of
the Governor, Texas Economic Development & Tourism. Reports are
prepared by Source Strategies, Inc. of San Antonio, Texas, based on
Texas State Comptroller revenue records and independent research.
Data sources include the following:

Revenues: State of Texas Comptroller records are the source of taxable
room revenues for all properties. All properties exceeding $20,000 in
the current quarter are included; the below-$20,000 units result in
1.5% of the total state revenues being initially excluded from the
Source Strategies' database.

Gross room revenues (including Non-taxable) were reported to the
Comptroller starting in the third quarter of 1990. To account for the
missing non-taxable revenues prior to the third quarter of 1990, Source
Strategies increases each individual property's taxable-only, reported
revenues by variable factors averaging 12% to reflect this untaxed
volume (government business, over 30-day stayers, charitable and
educational purchases). The same adjustments are made to all historical
periods, insuring comparability over time. "Apartment-type" revenues
are typically not reflected.

Starting in the third quarter of 1990, hotels and motels were asked by
the Texas Comptroller to report both taxable and gross room revenues.
Approximately 80% of properties have complied, allowing the development
of adjustment factors for all hotels and motels.

Non-reporting properties are estimated based on the past five quarter
trends. If they later report, their actual revenues 'overwrite' the
estimate in the database.

Room Counts: these are checked annually in chain directories and the
Texas American Automobile Association tour book; those properties
checked account for approximately 80% of revenues. For independent
properties too small to be listed, the room counts reported to the
state are used (unless they appear unreasonable). As a result, the
'CHAIN' occupancies and room counts appear to be very close to
'actual', while independent room counts could be slightly mis-stated.
Reports are split into CHAIN and INDEPENDENT categories.

Average Daily Rates are estimated with the aid of financial reports,
appraisers, private S.S.I. surveys, chain and AAA directories and
another reliable industry database.

Room-nights sold are derived from the above revenues, divided by
Average Daily Rates. Room-nights available are calculated from Room
Counts (times days in the period).

Occupancy is calculated from room-nights sold and room-nights
available. All occupancy figures represent fully-weighted averages, as
calculations are always made after sub-totalling or totalling room-
nights sold and available.



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(210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Web: www.sourcestrategies.org
"CHAINS" are defined as one of the "Top 70+" brands, and include the
following names: Four Seasons, Gaylord, Westin, W, Ritz-Carlton,
Hilton, Hyatt, Inter-Continental, Marriott, Omni, Renaissance, Wyndham.
Also, Embassy, Homewood, Residence, Staybridge, Hyatt Summerfield,
Clarion, Courtyard, Crowne Plaza, Doubletree, Hilton Garden, Holiday
Inn, Hyatt Place, Radisson, Sheraton, Aloft. Hyatt Place, AmeriSuites,
Bradford, Candlewood, Comfort Suites, Hawthorn, Quality Suites,
SpringHill, Townplace, Amerihost, Baymont, Best Western, Comfort Inn,
Country Inn, Drury, Fairfield, Hampton, Holiday Express, La Quinta,
Wingate. Budget Suites, Extended Stay, Homestead Village, Intown,
Studio Plus, Studio 6, Best Value, Best Inn,Days, Econo Lodge, Howard
Johnson, Microtel, Motel 6, Quality Inn, Ramada, Red Roof, Super 8.
Additional chains are added or deleted from time to time.

Accuracy: On an overall basis, the change in average daily rates
reported by Source Strategies Inc. are within a few tenths of one-
percent of PKF OR Lodging Outlook, other private research firms that
obtain revenue, occupancy and ADR reports from hotels and motels on a
voluntary but unaudited basis. Source Strategies reported revenues are
within 2 percent of audited tax data.

Source Strategies, Inc. database is managed with FOCUS software, a
leading 4th generation database language. Developer of the database is
president of Source Strategies, Bruce H. Walker. Walker is former
senior vice president of marketing for La Quinta Motor Inns Inc. and
Holiday Inns, Inc. Walker holds a B.A. from Amherst College and an
M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. In addition to consulting, Walker
writes the authoritative lodging industry newsletter, The Hotel Brand
Report (formerly MarketShare), and publishes The Texas Hotel
Performance Factbook. He also authored "What's Ahead: A Strategic Look
at Lodging Trends" in THE CORNELL H.R.A. QUARTERLY, October 1993.
Other principals at Source Strategies, Inc. include Executive Vice
President Douglas W. Sutton and Senior Vice President Todd A. Walker.
Further information can be obtained at www.SourceStrategies.Org




Prepared by Source Strategies, Inc., P.O. Box 120055, San Antonio, Texas 78212. 9/1/08.
(210) 734-3434 FAX (210) 735-7970 Web: www.sourcestrategies.org

				
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