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  • To Understand Coastal Elites, Start By Looking At Middle America
    Trends no longer originate just from the big urban centers, and marketers would be wise to take an inside-out approach to understanding changing American audiences. ...
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% ...
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% ...
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% ...
  • Online Shopping With The Affluents
    It has long been assumed that affluent shoppers prefer shopping online, while their lower-income counterparts prefer the brick-and-mortar outlets. While this is sometimes true in the big picture, there a ...
  • Are Affluents Angry, Too?
    This presidential election cycle has been marked by a shockingly angry electorate on both sides of the fence. Seems that voters are happy with very little. They're angry about jo ...
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% ...
  • Do Affluents Care About The Wealth Gap?
    A hot potato in the Presidential election cycle is the issue of Income Inequality and the Wealth Gap. Though it's been simmering for some time, it comes into focus wh ...
  • The Anxiety Of Millennial Affluents
    Sure, we all know the Millennials. You know, the biggest generation ever. The ones so full of optimism and creativity. The ones obsessed with technology. The ones living with the ...
  • Sports And The Changing Face Of Masculinity
    When Kevin Durant accepted his MVP trophy, he said very little about himself. Instead, he singled out every one of his current Oklahoma City Thunder teammates and told them h ...
  • Is Trash-Talking Good Strategy?
    Check out any Fantasy Football message board, blacktop pickup basketball court, or "Call of Duty" battlefield, and you'll see the flourishing of an often-misunderstood emotional play: trash-talking. In these world ...
  • Writing The Marijuana Creative Brief
    As lines snaked outside marijuana dispensaries in Colorado on day one of legal weed, the themes of the day were obvious and cliche'd: stoners, bongs, the munchies. ...
  • Thanks, Awesome Technology, For Killing Our Awesome Slang
    After a very brief period in which I was instructed by BuzzFeed to learn why "Vintage Beer Commercials are Awesome," by Hooters to "#StepIntoAwesome," by Heavy.com to check out " ...
  • Go Ahead, Man, Lean In
    It's one of our cultural paradoxes that women's issues tend to be treated as a discrete subject that affects only half the population. And, while many men have probably hea ...
  • Calling Bullshit: Our New National Pastime
    It's 2010, and LeBron James sits on a stool in a room full of children ready to announce "The Decision" live on ESPN. Every narrative says he's staying in Clevelan ...
  • What The Rolling Stones Can Teach Us About Aging
    As a young 2013 begins to kick and scream and grow, let's take a look at a brand that's aging gracefully: the Rolling Stones. ...
  • Behind The Moustache And The Man In Movember
    I never had any desire to grow out my moustache. Sure, like most every Gen X guy, I've had a couple rounds of goatees through the years (thank you, Spi ...
  • What Online Porn And Video Games Tell Us About Male Behavior
    In Martin Amis' latest novel, Lionel Asbo, the titular character wonders aloud why any man would want to have a relationship with a woman when so much pornography is availab ...