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The Nightly Journal (The Boomer Files) #808716

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Series on baby boomers approaching retirement introduced.

(Henderson, Nevada: Kevin Corke) The decision of many baby boomers to move to adult communities that cater to an active lifestyle featured; scenes shown from Sun City Anthem outside Las Vegas; statistics on the boomer population & spending power cited. [Boomer Jeff MANNA††- comments.] [Pulte Homes Dave SCHREINER†- notes the construction of active adult communities will become a significant part of the homebuilding industry.] [ George DEEB†- comments on the exotic vacations boomers are taking.]

Williams, Brian;
Corke, Kevin

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