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Both cater to an attractive demographic group when it comes to marketing toward those who participate in activities.
We are trying to get more males on our network,'' Moonves said, referring to the 18-to-49-year-old demographic group sought by advertisers.
The event sponsors are aligning themselves with the Hispanic community because Hispanics are the largest minority group as well as the nation's fastest growing demographic group.
The fact that one-third of a demographic group as large as baby boomers intends to sell the homes they're in today and move into other homes has enormous implications for the the real estate and mortgage finance industries,'' said Fannie Mae spokesman John Buckley.
But he added: ``You can't say there's one particular demographic group that uses crank.
This is why our advertising and ecommerce partners are so excited about reaching a demographic group like our user community.
The Boomers generation are the most populous demographic group in every developed country and most developing countries.
With Pennsylvania ranking third nationally in the number of seniors, and with Pennsylvanians 85 and older being our fastest growing demographic group, it remains vital that we continue our work with Governor Rendell and the General Assembly in a manner that strengthens our entire care continuum for the benefit of every frail, elderly and disabled citizen," stated Dr.
Through its various brands, Sub-Urban primarily targets the age 13-29 youth consumer demographic group, which comprises an estimated 40 million-plus consumers in the U.
Understanding Consumer Trends and Drivers of Behavior in the German Prepared Meals Food Market identifies the key demographic groups driving consumption, and what motivates their consumption.
In a recent EconSouth article, staff writer Lela Somoza analyzes the impact of the 2007-2009 recession on broad demographic groups.

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