by Endless Team
I remember being introduced to a developing middle-class while visiting the Yucatan Peninsula. Purchased appliances spiced the cityscapes. That class was declared firmly with the birth of a chain of retail discount stores called "Saint Frances of Assisi-Mart," -- like a K-Mart of the kind in the USA in the 1960s. Serving those with a newly-found power: Buy-Ability.
I would happily raise my backing if a discounted variation reward was published like this: $195, $210, $225. Receive one and give one to a child.