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More than 100,000 inserts are available in Cotton Traders’ product despatches in August and September. Managed via InsertLab, volume for August is 130,000 and 100,000 for September. Cotton Traders’ list is also on the market, comprising 235,000 0-12 month buyers.
Experian QAS has partnered with Read UK and added the data asset management firm’s Bereavement Register and Gone Away Suppression files to its QAS Batch with Suppression desktop software.
Caspian is now managing The Bradford Exchange list of 34,056 0-12 month buyers. The Bradford Exchange markets a range collectibles and gifts via mail order, off-the-page ads and online.
Sheepskin footwear and ethical clothing company Celtic Sheepskin has made its file of 57,984 buyers available through Mokrynski International. Names on the list are ABC1 women, with an interest in fashion, foreign travel, the National Trust and the arts. Average order value is £90.
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Great Family Lists from our Portfolio: • 153,000+ 0-12 month buyers • 80% Female • AOV £20-30+ • Aged 35-65+
• Highly volume of parents and grandparents buying gifts for children.
Contact Pamela Gardiner or James Shields via +44 (0)20 8228 1250 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +44 (0) 1634 225 080
Fax: +44 (0) 1634 225 081 Email: email@example.com
0-12 month ‘Women’s Clothing’ buyers = 32,248 0-12 month ‘Men’s Clothing’ buyers = 20,021
The Orvis product range consists of men’s and women’s apparel, fly-fishing gear, gifts and dog products.
Buyers are lovers of the country and very upmarket with high disposable incomes. They have a keen interest in antiques, theatre, current affairs, classical music and are also readers of broadsheet newspapers.
The Orvis list works very well for mail order offers, charity appeals, financial services, publishing and many more.
Please contact Imran Englefield today for further details 6
• Buyers of stylish and quality fashion from the upmarket sister catalogues of House of Bath including Classic Detail
• Target affluent women aged 45+ with an average order value of £65 • Interests include fashion, gardening, theatre/arts, wine and travel
• Performs well for non-competing fashion companies, charities, publishing and other mail order
Contact Carole Collier on 020 8995 1919 firstname.lastname@example.org www.uni-marketing.com
For further information please contact Chris on +44 (0) 1234 834815 www.intermedia-global.com email@example.com
The London Mint Offi ce – File Update and Giveaway 0-12 month buyers 46,728
The London Mint Offi ce is the leading distributor of collector coins in the UK. Offering a wide variety of coins, backed up with exceptional customer service, ensuring their customers come back again and again.
The London Mint Offi ce are offering you the chance to collect 6 Olympic ingots between now and the end of 2011.
For more information call Nicci Gillam on 01256 851015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
100000 0-12 month buyers available AOV £55
With over 200 years gardening experience and By Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen. A great list to include in your mailing campaigns
Jolliman Mail Order Buyers AOV £40
Over 60000 0-12 month mail order buyers. Stylish fashion for men over 50. Highly response List great for charity and financial mailings
For more information call Kelvin Langley
Tel: +44 (0) 870 120 1326 or email@example.com
Reach over 1.5m Highly Selectable Mail Order buyers.
Hard-to-reach health & safety mail order buyers from the Seton and SafetyShop lists...
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