Lewis Diuguid

August 26, 2014 12:00 PM

Gifts of ties help old dad appear to be fashionable

I have used Leslie’s ties in lectures on diversity to MU journalism students. Women control the purse strings in most U.S. households and often buy things for dumb guys like me who don’t shop. Businesses and industries need the up-to-date sensibilities of women and young people to help companies’ products and services remain appealing.

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