We all want to maximize our money when taking care of ourselves and our families, while still getting the very best care
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 25, 2011
The report contains a ranking of the largest 100 cities in the U.S. for personal care spending.
The average U.S. household spends $60 a month on personal care, or $720 annually, according to Bundle’s data, an amount that includes visits to drugstores, cosmetic stores, salons, spas and gyms.
The average household in Austin, Texas spends $143 a month on personal care, or $1,716 annually — the highest of the top 100 largest cities in the country, and more than two times the national average.
“We all want to maximize our money when taking care of ourselves and our families, while still getting the very best care,” said Jaidev Shergill, CEO of Bundle. “But exactly how we do that isn't always so intuitive. This report can help anyone understand how their peers around the country are spending on personal care, leading to better, more informed financial decisions.”
The report also surveys health and fitness experts across the country for tips, tricks, and cost-saving advice about how to do more with less when it comes to personal care.
What: Bundle Special Report: The Top-Spending Cities for Personal Care
When: Report goes live on Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Bundle executives and researchers are available for interview. Please contact Elizabeth Sigal at 401.595.9352 or elizabeth(at)jones-dilworth(dot)com.
Bundle provides recommendations, content and tools to help people make better spending and saving decisions. Bundle is based in New York and supported through investments from strategic partners that include Citigroup, Microsoft, and Morningstar, Inc.
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