Economics

Ad Exec Explains Why Low Oil Prices are Good for the Economy

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Principal, Wine on the Street
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In this installment of AskJZ, Jordan Zimmerman, founder of Zimmerman Advertising, one of the largest advertising firms in the world, gives us his take on why lower oil prices are good for the economy, even though the stock market seems to think otherwise.

Zimmerman, whose clients include Nissan, Party City and Dunkin Donuts, believes that extra savings translates into more purchasing power for consumers. 

Do you agree?

Related: Jordan Zimmerman: 'You Cannot Micromanage Anything and Run a Company This Big'

From branding to advertising, politics to fitness -- tell us what you want us to discuss. Reach out on Twitter: @JZspeaks and @tracybyrnes.

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