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September 1, 2008 7:27 AM

Marketers target PANKS: professional aunts without kids

Get ready for the next big consumer demographic: working women who don't have kids, but who care about and buy things -- potentially lots of things -- for other people's children. Melanie Notkin calls them PANKs -- professional aunt, no kids.

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