GROCERY SHOPPING FROM A DAD’S PERSPECTIVE
So which brand did my wife choose? None of them. She marched us back to the fresh seafood deli where she found a selection of hand-fed all-natural tuna raised on a farm in which each individual fish is given a name, birthday parties, and a personal trainer who gives it seven years of tender care before it is finally harvested. A two ounce container of this tuna costs as much as a small car payment. My wife ordered a dozen.
WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
Troy Pattee is a writer, marketer, dad, husband, and comedian (at least he THINKS he’s funny). His career in marketing and advertising started at a large agency in New York, followed by several positions in the Salt Lake City area. He has an MBA, and for six years was president and owner of the number one carpet cleaning company in Utah. His hobbies include racquetball, skiing, mowing the lawn, and shoveling snow. His favorite color is red, and he is a Pisces.
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