Private View: Hitting the boomer target

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Ross Thomson
Ross Thomson

It's another year and I'm not getting any younger. My short-term memory isn't what it used to be. And, worryingly, my short-term memory isn't what it used to be.

I've started to take more notice of those advertisements aimed at the aging male ­population. Have I finally become the target audience? Let's have a look at the slideshow above and see.


Ross Thomson is EVP, creative director, Ogilvy CommonHealth
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