The Teen Factor

September 2009
SGB;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p32
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The article focuses on the "Where America Shops" report of 2009. The report is made by The SportsOneSource Group through survey. SportsOneSource developed a separate teenager report so the base report results could be compared to 2008's results. The responses from teens who took the survey reflected the survey results as a whole and drew little contrast to the responses from the adults surveyed for the report.


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