Parties 'R' Some Of Us

Ring, Ray
October 2009
High Country News;10/12/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 17, p3
The article reports on the growth of the party businesses in the U.S. It reveals that companies offering services for parties in the country have recorded increased revenue despite the economic downturn. It was found out that weddings ranked first among the most expensive parties conducted followed by birthdays, fancy barbeques and festivals. It notes that party companies are sponsoring fund raising events to help charitable institutions.


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