The BID estimated that those attendees spent more than $542,000 during their time downtown.
“Such happenings are generators of economic activity and a critical part of what makes White Plains relevant, attractive, and interesting,” wrote BID director Kevin Nunn and BID chair Bonnie Silverman in their 2013 annual report.
The BID’s report also noted that BID workers removed 24,912 bags of trash totaling 186 tons.
The BID funds its activities through a special annual assessment on 143 properties in the downtown; the assessment averages $4,650.
The White Plains BID’s 2013 annual report is posted on the group’s website.