Reeking of excess and paying with cash

Spain, William
July 1990
Advertising Age;7/9/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 28, pS-8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the spending style of drug traffickers. They usually buy expensive goods such as sports cars, muscle boats, antique furniture and jewelry. This is because acquiring high status is a must for successful drug traffickers. Drug traffickers usually buy their favorite brands.


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