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American Boomers #836569

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 05, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Oxford, Mississippi: Bob Faw) City and state efforts to lure baby boomers with retirement money to spend featured; statistics cited. [Retiree Suzanne BURKE††- comments on her special treatment in Oxford, Mississippi.] [Sunbelt Golf Corp. president John CANNON†- comments on Alabama‚Äôs construction of deluxe golf courses.] [Thomasville, Georgia, real estate broker Allan DEAR†, assistant city manager Lynn WILLIAMS†- comment on competing for boomers.] [Boomer expert Don WARREN†- says we have coming up the biggest transfer of wealth that's ever occurred.]

Williams, Brian;
Faw, Bob

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