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 Jeffrey Grau - “This year online shopping has gone mainstream, where we're seeing a greater percentage of consumers from different age and income demographics buying on the Internet.”
 Jeffrey Grau - “Thanksgiving weekend spending figures suggest that predictions of another strong online holiday season are on track.”
 Jeffrey Grau - “Today, to compete anywhere, you have to be everywhere. Wal-Mart and Target have joined Amazon and eBay as the most heavily trafficked e-commerce Web sites, and chain retailers account for about 40 of online sales, compared to just over 25 for pure-play Internet retailers.”
 Jeffrey Grau - “It's obvious that the continued spread of broadband Internet access is having a great impact in driving the growth of online shopping in the U.S..”
 Craig Grau - “It does make you blink. With his backing, people will have to say, 'Hey, wait a minute,' and reconsider. It shows her support to be broader than what people have stereotyped her support as.”
 Craig Grau - “My guess is it'll be a Democrat-Republican thing, not a Caucasian-American Indian race. It's party when it comes down to it.”
 Craig Grau - “There's a lot of speculation that we're in a period of polarization, both politically and on certain ideas that people don't see as able to compromise.”
 Jeffrey Grau - “While the number of new Internet users in the US and the total number of online buyers are both growing at single digit rates, online sales are experiencing double-digit increases. Credit goes to baby boomers who are increasing their online spending and a cadre of digitally literate young adults who are replacing older Internet shoppers in the e-commerce marketplace. These demographic forces coupled with the spread of broadband access are changing the way people shop online and how Web merchants market to them.”
 Jeffrey Grau - “While the number of new Internet users in the US and the total number of online buyers are both growing at single digit rates, online sales are experiencing double-digit increases. Credit goes to baby boomers who are increasing their online spending and a cadre of digitally literate young adults who are replacing older Internet shoppers in the e-commerce marketplace. These demographic forces coupled with the spread of broadband access are changing the way people shop online and how Web merchants market to them.”
 Shirley Ann Grau - “Oak trees come out of acorns, no matter how unlikely that seems. An acorn is just a tree's way back into the ground. For another try. Another trip through. One life for another.”