Friday, June 06, 2008

Economic Woe May Rain on Dad's Big Day

"That depends in part on how large a purchase households want to make, says John Barrett, director of research at market research firm Parks Associates. Consumers are holding off on certain big-ticket items such as computers and flat-screen televisions, but may be more inclined to buy Dad lower-priced items, he says. 'There are certain kinds of products that are gift products,' Barrett says. 'GPS devices are one, because price points are low enough that you could easily go get one."

From the article, "Economic Woe May Rain on Dad's Big Day" by Albert Sun

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