Target Markets 2014-2019

Currently GCCHA has chosen to target the specific markets below. However, other markets are under radar for addition to this list.

1. Los Angeles—Long Beach, CA 9,519,338
2. New York, NY 9,314,235
3. Chicago, IL PMSA 8,272,768
4. Philadelphia, PA—NJ 5,100,931
5. Washington, DC—MD—VA—WV 4,923,153
6. Detroit, MI 4,441,551
7. Houston, TX 4,177,646
8. Atlanta, GA 4,112,198
9. Dallas, TX 3,519,176
10. Boston, MA—NH 3,406,829
11. Riverside—San Bernardino, CA 3,254,821
12. Phoenix—Mesa, AZ 3,251,876
13. Minneapolis—St. Paul, MN—WI 2,968,806
14. Orange County, CA 2,846,289
15. San Diego, CA 2,813,833
16. Nassau—Suffolk, NY 2,753,913
17. St. Louis, MO—IL 2,603,607
18. Baltimore, MD 2,552,994
19. Seattle—Bellevue—Everett, WA 2,414,616
20. Tampa—St. Petersburg—Clearwater, FL 2,395,997
21. Oakland, CA 2,392,557
22. Pittsburgh, PA 2,358,695
23. Miami, FL 2,253,362
24. Cleveland—Lorain—Elyria, OH 2,250,871
25. Denver, CO 2,109,282
26. Newark, NJ 2,032,989
27. San Juan—Bayamon, PR 1,967,627
28. Portland—Vancouver, OR—WA 1,918,009
29. Kansas City, MO—KS 1,776,062
30. San Francisco, CA 1,731,183
31. Fort Worth—Arlington, TX 1,702,625
32. San Jose, CA 1,682,585
33. Cincinnati, OH—KY—IN 1,646,395
34. Orlando, FL 1,644,561
35. Sacramento, CA 1,628,197
36. Fort Lauderdale, FL 1,623,018
37. Indianapolis, IN 1,607,486
38. San Antonio, TX 1,592,383
39. Norfolk—Virginia Beach—Newport News, VA—NC 1,569,541
40. Las Vegas, NV—AZ 1,563,282
41. Columbus, OH 1,540,157
42. Milwaukee—Waukesha, WI 1,500,741
43. Charlotte—Gastonia—Rock Hill, NC—SC 1,499,293
44. Bergen—Passaic, NJ 1,373,167
45. New Orleans, LA 1,337,726
46. Salt Lake City—Ogden, UT 1,333,914
47. Greensboro—Winston-Salem—High Point, NC 1,251,509 48. Austin—San Marcos, TX 1,249,763
49. Nashville, TN 1,231,311
50. Providence—Fall River—Warwick, RI—MA 1,188,613
51. Raleigh—Durham—Chapel Hill, NC 1,187,941
52. Hartford, CT 1,183,110
53. Buffalo—Niagara Falls, NY 1,170,111
54. Middlesex—Somerset—Hunterdon, NJ 1,169,641
55. Memphis, TN—AR—MS 1,135,614
56. West Palm Beach—Boca Raton, FL 1,131,184
57. Monmouth—Ocean, NJ 1,126,217
58. Jacksonville, FL 1,100,491
59. Rochester, NY 1,098,201
60. Grand Rapids—Muskegon—Holland, MI 1,088,514
61. Oklahoma City, OK 1,083,346
62. Louisville, KY—IN 1,025,598
63. Richmond—Petersburg, VA 996,512
64. Greenville—Spartanburg—Anderson, SC 962,441
65. Dayton—Springfield, OH 950,558
66. Fresno, CA 922,516
67. Birmingham, AL 921,106
68. Honolulu, HI 876,156
69. Albany—Schenectady—Troy, NY 875,583
70. Tucson, AZ 843,746
71. Tulsa, OK 803,235
72. Ventura, CA 753,197
73. Syracuse, NY 732,117
74. Omaha, NE—IA 716,998
75. Albuquerque, NM 712,738
76. Tacoma, WA 700,820
77. Akron, OH 694,960
78. Knoxville, TN 687,249
79. El Paso, TX 679,622
80. Bakersfield, CA 661,645
81. Allentown—Bethlehem—Easton, PA 637,958
82. Gary, IN 631,362
83. Harrisburg—Lebanon—Carlisle, PA 629,401
84. Scranton—Wilkes-Barre—Hazleton, PA 624,776
85. Toledo, OH 618,203
86. Jersey City, NJ 608,975
87. Baton Rouge, LA 602,894
88. Youngstown—Warren, OH 594,746
89. Springfield, MA 591,932
90. Sarasota—Bradenton, FL 589,959
91. Wilmington—Newark, DE—MD 586,216
92. Little Rock—North Little Rock, AR 583,845
93. Ann Arbor, MI 578,736
94. McAllen—Edinburg—Mission, TX 569,463
95. Stockton—Lodi, CA 563,598
96. Charleston—North Charleston, SC 549,033
97. Wichita, KS 545,220
98. New Haven—Meriden, CT 542,149 99. Mobile, AL 540,258
100. Columbia, SC 536,691
101. Vallejo, CA 483,000*
102. Fort Wayne, IN 469,000*

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