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Rural

Describing a town or vicinity outside a major, metropolitan area. Rural areas have low population density. Most people in rural areas work in urban or suburban areas, but some still work in agricultural or energy producing industries. In the United States, living in a rural area can qualify one for some forms of government assistance, such as a USDA mortgage.

rural

Concerning the country. Contrast with urban or suburban.

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We think it's important to remember that the Rural Lifestyle audience continues to consume and is influenced by all types of media--online and offline.
market in 1994, our products were designed specifically to meet the needs of the Rural Lifestyle market - products that worked as hard as they did and provided them with the best value for their hard earned money - and we have continued that heritage to this day while expanding our product and service line up to meet higher horsepower requirements.
According to an article by Lynn Woolf in Rural Lifestyle Dealer magazine, "By 2050, there are expected to be 11 megaregions across the U.
Our Rural Lifestyle titles have also grown on the newsstand, with major retailers and "dollar stores" growing more than fast enough to replace the decline in the number of bookstores.
Editor's note: We invited leading communications agencies whose clients are involved in marketing products/services to Rural Lifestyle consumers to share their observations on this marketplace.
Even now, the small town 10 miles northwest of Valencia has remained a tight-knit community, and has become diverse, drawing those seeking a quiet, rural lifestyle, but with access to the city.
In spite of DeKalb's proximity to larger cities, it has maintained its unique small town charm and character as a rapidly growing university community with its roots firmly planted in both the urban and rural lifestyle.
Plus, those advertisers who have been focusing on agricultural and Rural Lifestyle programming will have an expanded opportunity to reach a wider audience in larger markets," adds Gottsch.
The project's original developer, a company formed by Lorimar Telepictures executives Irwin Molasky and Merv Adelsen, was able to get the requisite city approvals for the project and fend off lawsuits from neighboring homeowners concerned about the loss of their rural lifestyle.
Recently, it seems that many publications are "playing chicken" with the Rural Lifestyle Market.
The project's original developer, a company formed by Lorimar Telepictures executives Irwin Molasky and Merv Adelsen, was able to get the requisite approvals for the project and fend off lawsuits from neighboring homeowners concerned about the loss of their rural lifestyle.
Editor's Note: We invited several organizations that are involved with the Rural Lifestyle consumer market to provide an update on their firms and trends they see in the marketplace.

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