The Prom Decoded: How Much is Too Much for the Big Dance?

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One of the more interesting outcomes of GfK Roper OmniTel’s survey was how families’ expected prom spending didn’t correlate to their income. For instance, families who make less than $50,000 a year reported that they planned to spend more than the national average. In fact, parents who make $20,000 to $29,999 expected to spend around $2,635.

One of the more interesting outcomes of GfK Roper OmniTel’s survey was how families’ expected…

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