Tweens are seen and heard

Chantrey, David
February 2005
Brand Strategy;Feb2005, Issue 189, p54
Trade Publication
Focuses on the business relations of business brands with teenage customers in Great Britain. Role in the automobile purchases of the family; Brand loyalty of the age group; Influence of peer pressure on the consumer behavior.


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