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Girl Scouts and AARP Working Side By Side Shows Economic Strength

By    |   Wednesday, 07 Jan 2015 08:34 AM

Las Vegas seems to be capable of bringing out the worst and the best in many people. "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" is a marketing theme targeting the worst behaviors. Magnificent buildings, dining and entertainment show the best.

Every January, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) rolls into town to showcase a number of the best and worst ideas in the field. This year, the presence of the Girl Scouts and AARP is demonstrating the best of the U.S. economy.

The Girl Scouts are displaying Digital Cookie, a program that will allow scouts to sell cookies online and learn to be entrepreneurs in the 21st century. Success in this market will be difficult, with thousands of websites offering the same products at the same prices with the same service. Scouts who find ways to rank high on Google or stand out from the crowd will be showcasing the technology of tomorrow.

AARP is deploying volunteers to field test the latest technology. They will be reporting on how user-friendly products and services are providing real-world testing to the latest technology. This demonstrates that seniors are an important demographic in the marketplace and many are willing to spend on technology that will make their lives easier while funding the research and development required to make new technology available in the future.

Headlines usually highlight the worst news about the economy, but under the headlines are small stories of a vibrant and growing economy. Las Vegas and the CES are showing the kind of dynamic innovations that have fueled American growth in the past while demonstrating that more growth lies ahead of the country.

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Las Vegas seems to be capable of bringing out the worst and the best in many people. "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" is a marketing theme targeting the worst behaviors. Magnificent buildings, dining and entertainment show the best.
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