Marketing to children

Companies increasingly are working with schools -- by sponsoring field trips and naming rights for cafeterias and stadiums -- to convey their marketing messages to children, a demographic whose spending power is thought to near $10 billion per year. Education officials say such partnerships are likely to become more common as schools struggle to close budget gaps.

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