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Chris Grams

Thanks for the shout out, Todd! You are right-- all this luxury marketing is already disappearing. Was watching TV last night and saw one of the ads for the new Apple laptops, where they were positioning them as the "greenest" laptops. Seems like marketing to people's desire for luxury is being replaced by marketing to their need for "self-actualization." Driven by stuff like: I want to be more environmentally-responsible, I want to be happier, I want to simplify my life, etc... Luxury will be back though, it always is...

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