What a picture you paint

Pidgeon, Stephen
June 2002
Marketing Week;6/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p16
Trade Publication
Criticizes 'Marketing Week' for the image it used to illustrate the affluent, energetic and discerning over-50s market. Consideration of the sector as the fastest growing market for mainstream advertising.


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