Shopping on the edge

Dolliver, Mark
January 1999
Adweek Eastern Edition;1/18/1999, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p17
Cites some shopping trends observed in the United States which point to a broader phenomenon, that of people buying closer to need. Surge of last-minute holiday buying; Back-to-school shopping; Implications for advertising.


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