Direct Mail Postal Worker Appeals Federal Sentence

By | October 26th, 2009

MT. PLEASANT, MI – On Friday, Oct 23, 2009, former postal worker and direct mail technician Bobbie J. Sinko, appealed her 33 month sentence for Federal fraud and embezzlement charges. Sinko is the 53 year old bulk mail technician who worked at the Mount Pleasant Post Office from 2004 to 2007. During this time she […]

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Direct Mail Helps Stimulate The Economy

By | October 20th, 2009

REUTERS – In a report by Ben Gruber on May 22, 2009 he cites that direct mail – or “junk” mail – whether you love it or hate it, is here to stay and that it can help stimulate the troubled U.S. economy.  In his report, Gruber points out that nearly one third of […]

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Direct Mail: How to Do-It-Yourself and Save

By | October 12th, 2009

In the wake of the global economic slowdown, small businesses are faced with a big challenge: how to cost-effectively build their business with an extremely limited budget. Many of these businesses should consider a “DIY” (do it yourself) direct mail campaign. Sometimes small businesses balk at the idea of spending money on a mailing list, especially […]

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Digital Printing in Direct Mail Forecast For 2008-2013

By | October 6th, 2009

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – A comprehensive forecast of the use of digital printing in the direct mail market has been undertaken and published by INTERQUEST, a market research and consulting firm that serves the digital printing and publishing industry. The document is entitledDigital Printing in Direct Mail: Market Analysis & Forecast (2008-2013) – 260 pages. The study […]

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