The brilliant design and marketing team at Brookstone has created products that are great fun for the age-sensitive baby boomer while subtly providing assistive devices.
What does BB stand for?
BB stands for Baby Boomer
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- Belarusian-American Association, Inc. (Torrance, CA)
- Boston Anti-Zionist Action
- Buenos Aires Zero Degree (documentary)
- Biologically Active Zone Enhancement
- Bovine Adrenal Zona Glomerulosa
- Bundesamt für Zivilluftfahrt (Swiss government)
- B'nai B'rith
Samples in periodicals archive:
Though written especially for the baby boomer generation, which is beginning to confront hearing loss as the result of advancing age, Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss is enthusiastically recommended for anyone confronting an encroaching hearing problem.
The Baby Boomer generation is now in their 40's and 50's.
A visitor to the Web site, The Baby Boomer Generation, left an article about aging-in-place communities and inspired this response from the Web Master: "It's hard to imagine us allowing ourselves to be shipped off to nursing homes: the type of community that Madeline Hill started is beginning to sound pretty good--as long as we can have high-speed Internet access.
While interviewing another guest, Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone, Donaldson asserted that Bonfire of the Vanities captured the baby boomer perfectly, "the type that says, |I'm gonna get mine, I know how to do it, and I can beat these old fogies.
The average baby boomer begins retirement planning at age 41, although 70% of the CPAs polled recommend that retirement planning begin before 30.
Lifetrends: The Future of Baby Boomers and Other Aging Americans.