The ALLTEL Pavilion case is intended for the undergraduate management accounting or cost accounting course and the M.B.A. management accounting course. It provides an excellent context in which to examine strategic issues in using cost volume profit (CVP) in a service business. Based on an actual entertainment pavilion, the case develops many factors unique to a service business and illustrates how pavilion management can use CVP analysis to determine which artists to attract and what kinds of contracts to have with these performers. The Pavilion has two types of customers (paying ticket holders and free ticket holders) and earns profits from three types of revenues (ticket revenues, concession revenues, and parking fees). The case requires you to identify the best strategy for different types of artists, conduct cost‐volume‐profit analyses, consider the strategic issues related to operating leverage and how this affects the choice of performer and contract, and assess pricing strategies.
Research Article| November 01 2004
The ALLTEL Pavilion Case: Strategy and CVP Analysis
Edward Blocher, Professor;
Issues in Accounting Education (2004) 19 (4): 555–565.
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Edward Blocher, Kung H. Chen; The ALLTEL Pavilion Case: Strategy and CVP Analysis. Issues in Accounting Education 1 November 2004; 19 (4): 555–565. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/iace.2004.19.4.555
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