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A conversation w/ Cheryl Benton of The Three Tomatoes

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Join us as we talk with returning guest Cheryl Benton  founder and publisher of The Three Tomatoes, a lifestyle website and newsletter for "women who aren't kids.

When it comes to marketing to fabulous ladies in the prime of their lives, you’ve no doubt noticed that marketers think we’re dead. We’re so far off their radar screen even the Hubbell telescope couldn’t bring us into focus.  They seem to have forgotten, or worse, don’t care, that we still love clothes, shoes, bags, jewelry, make up, spas, and guys (husbands, lovers, and just plain old cute guys to ogle.)  We're the generation that's redefined every decade of our lives.   And here’s the best part!  We have the money to buy things that makes our lives simpler and easier, and make us look and feel better.  Yet, to marketers, we’re the “invisible” women
 
Cheryl &  Co  live, work, and play in New York City, the land of size zeros and smart, witty, great looking twenty and thirty something’s.
 

 

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