Growth brings affluent, active consumers into the market

Watanabe, Mark
July 1990
Advertising Age;7/9/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 28, pM-5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase in population at the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area in Washington in relation to consumption. The changes have populated the market with well-educated, relatively prosperous consumers who are contributing to the economy's health. Residents in the area are usually above national averages in affluence. Average household income was also estimated.


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