Big Spender Cities

American adults have their minds on their money in 2013. But does geography play a role in how consumers spend and save? On Thursday, local market research firm Scarborough released an infographic illustrating the top local markets for spenders (the 9 percent of U.S. adults who “mostly agree” with the statement “I am a spender rather than a saver”) and the top local markets for savers (the 29 percent of U.S. adults who “mostly disagree” with this statement), highlighting localism’s role in consumer outreach strategies. While spenders and savers exist all across the United States, certain local markets have above-average

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