During the late 1980s, the hot topic in bank marketing was how to reach the mature market. Banks rushed to establish senior clubs that provided a menu of services to attract and maintain relationships with the $800 billion marketplace that we heard and read so much about.

The early beneficiaries of mature marketing were turnkey providers who created boilerplate programs that became standard fare among banks offering senior programs.

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