Wolves in sheep's clothing

Coulter, Dawn
October 2005
Brand Strategy;Oct2005, Issue 196, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on brand products preferred by alpha male consumers. Characteristics of alpha males; Fashion icons of alpha male consumers; Steps that can be taken by marketing units to reach alpha male consumers.


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