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In 2018, Millennial Shoppers Spending to Increase 100%+ in Two Categories Millennials are predicted to spend a significant amount on two categories in 2018: Travel and Home Goods. For retailers […]
“Cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, have always attracted Millennials looking to get their start. But factors such as rising realestate prices and stiff job competition have sent Millennials migrating to other places in the U.S.
So where are they heading to exactly? We’re glad you asked.”
When you leave the arrivals gates at Sangster International Airport in Jamaica, to your immediate left is a wood-paneled porch featuring the Sandals Resorts International logo. Moms and dads in tropical print shirts hang by the front door, cocktails in hand, waiting for their transport to the ubiquitous all-inclusive resort, about a 15-minute drive away.
Millennials have become the latest target for cruise companies who are creating ships to appeal to this age group.
James Giannantonio does not consider himself a fitness maniac. But the 31-year-old Philadelphian knows he may appear that way when he visits New York.
Some hotels are figuring out how to crack the millennial code. Hint: It’s not just about having a hip lobby.
“If there’s one thing we know about millennials, it’s that they always have a finger on the pulse of the next big technology trend.”
“In today’s market, 75% of millennials have travel apps on their phones. As a result, millennials don’t merely appreciate digital tools and resources from travel organizations”