- n. Plural form of consumer.
“Consumers are looking for new/relevant info: best way to endear yourself to consumers is to provide that.”
“Smart House is a term consumers relate with home automation," Hall says.”
“Dr. Holly Jo Hodges, who left a family medicine practice in Prineville to work for Eugene Urgent Care this fall, points to two factors: A shortage of primary-care physicians, and what she called consumers '"drive-through mentality.”
“After all, Americans are called consumers for a reason.”
“That they seem to actively hate their consumers is just crap icing on the fecal cake.”
“All well and good but it also plants the knowledge in consumers heads that this cars has different brakes than a regular car.”
“It's that whit and creativity that small companies/individuals need to get their products out there in consumers view and homes ... then let the product speak for itself after that.”
“His point, as he makes more than clear in the last few paragraphs, in which he denounces “soaring profits”, “obscene bonuses”, high credit card fees and pass-throughs of taxes to consumers, is to pick a fight with “industry lobbyists from Wall Street”.”
“David Levy, co-founder of a online brand as great as consumer connector SocialVibe, says a easiest approach for brands to describe to consumers is by a common cause.”
“Many Democrats, lawmakers and grass-roots citizens, have been strongly touting the public option plan, saying that offering it as a choice to consumers is crucial to health care reform.”
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