BOOMER


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org), a valuable resource for America's 76 million Baby Boomers who spend over $120 billion annually in leisure travel, provides some great insight into how Americans want to get away in 2016, from desired destinations to lodging options to favorite trip planning tools.
Those born in the earliest boomer years and those in the latest boomer years were the least Democratic, while those born from the late 1940s through the mid-1950s were the most Democratic.
Also, you have to prepare the boomer for old age by offering solutions so the boomers' children don't have to take care of the boomers when they're in the nursing home.
While Boomers have grown up in a time where medical advancements have helped to alleviate many conditions and disease states, they are still exhibiting struggles with their health as a more sedentary lifestyle and poor diet habits have taken their toll.
One look at Brad's face told Boomer he had made a very big mistake.
You need to segment and target your boomer members.
The Greatest Generation gave their boomer children extraordinary economic mobility.
As the oldest boomers move into their seventh decade, they continue to prove just how different they remain from earlier generations.
We're baby boomers, and we don't want it to happen to us,'' said Sheryle Bolton, chief executive officer of Quixit Inc.
Other companies directly influence the senior marketplace by offering new perspectives on the delivery of services geared toward baby boomers.
A few of the findings from the report that were driven by consumer panel data and analysis from IRI include: in some key categories, baby boomer shoppers are more likely to buy branded products than younger shoppers.
But to say that these triumphs belong exclusively to the Boomer generation is to give my contemporaries more credit than is deserved.