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According to Viant’s people-based platform, which consists of more than 250 million registered users, Game of Thrones fans’ liquor preferences have changed since 2017. Namely, they’re 11% less likely to buy Bacardi, 12.8% less likely to buy Johnnie Walker, 6.2% less likely to buy Grey Goose and 2.8% less likely to buy Absolut.
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African-Americans are forecast to wield a collective buying power of $1.4 trillion by 2020, with millennials, who comprise a quarter of the population, likely to command a sizeable chunk of that spending, a study by Viant Technology found. Viant also said that “people-based” marketing can be a powerful tool in connecting with African-American millennials, in particular.
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