climb on the bandwagon


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climb on the bandwagon

To join others in supporting a cause or a political party, or to follow a trend; from the idea of climbing aboard a wagon in a parade on which a band was playing.
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Clearly, increasing numbers of buyers, property owners and investors are convinced that the national economy has bottomed out and is beginning to show modest signs of recovery," commented Hal Rose, VWF president, "and they want to climb on the bandwagon as quickly as possible and close their real estate loans.