Depending on your own age, you may think baby boomers are getting old now that we are in our late fifties and sixties. Many Boomers born right after the end of World War II have now reached their 70s. There was a time when someone aged 70 was considered to be really old. Not so much anymore. In fact, “70 is the new 50!” is a common saying these days.
But Boomers are getting, well, older (if not “old”). Our bones creak from time to time. Depending on the time of day, one or both of my knees really hurt! Our feet ache on occasion because our feet, unlike the rest of our bodies, get larger as we age. Let’s face it – we can’t do what we used to do at the same level, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop doing anything.
Clark Norton, a renowned travel writer and expert on Boomer travel, makes the following points: Boomers control 70 percent of the disposable income in America. Mr. Norton believes that Boomers are willing to spend their money, but have certain expectations.
Boomers Want Creature Comforts — when they can find them — Even in the Wilds
Boomers Want Something Unique
Boomers Want Value!
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