Luxury Consumers Return to Camping

DolceTracker| Milton Pedraza, chief executive of Luxury Institute, a New York–based research company, argues that the recession is the primary driver rewiring wealthy consumer’s minds back to the wildnerness. He acknowledges environmental values, too. We believe that for Traditionals and Cultural Creatives, the return to sleeping in America’s wilderness and foreign places, too, is part of a values shift.

Camping is central to the American psyche and to America’s middle class dreams. It’s also a female-centric alternative to dreams of America’s Wild West. America’s natural , spiritual movements touched America’s soul in a way that skyscrapers don’t. Read on Top Camping Grounds in the US and Abroad via WSJ