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Gift catalogue The Handpicked Collection has made its list of 15,076 names available via Go Direct Marketing. Customers are females aged 25 to 50 years, whose interests include shopping, charities, holiday offers and eating out. The file includes 9,958 0-12 month buyers and average order value is £70.
Eden House, known for the Original Magic Bra, and which also sells other lingerie, swimwear and homewares, has made is customer list available through Mokrynski International. Customers are BC1C2 females recruited mainly from advertisements in the national press but also through the Eden House website.
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is the world’s largest consumer-to-consumer fashion exchange. The site gives young, fashion conscious women the opportunity to swap apparel they no longer wear for things they will.
Members tend to be upmarket, extremely style conscious individuals, who have been recruited via online and off the page marketing with Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Heat & Look.
list is ideal for gift, home and fashion mail order titles, travel offers, charity appeals, magazine and financial investment mailings.
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• Culture Vulture sells a variety of unique and stylish products including clothing, accessories, books, jewellery and art.
• Target affluent women aged 45+ with an average order value of £55
• Ideal for a range of non-competing mail order offers, charities, travel and publishing mailers
Contact Carole Collier firstname.lastname@example.org www.uni-marketing.com
For further information please contact Sam on +44 (0) 1234 834580 www.intermedia-global.com email@example.com
Product Despatch approx 60,000 Catalogue Mailing approx 188,000
The Happy Puzzle Company supply a range of over 400 award- winning puzzles, games, challenges and puzzle books for the general public and schools. The majority of purchases are made my parents and grandparents. The Happy Puzzle Company offer quality products at reasonable prices.
For more information call Nicci Gillam on 01256 851015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dobies Over 85000 0-12 month buyers Test this very responsive mail order list today! Average Order Value £50. Mature buyers great for non competitive offers, charity appeals, automotive, leisure and travel offers
Garden Supplies 20000 buyers and enquirers A Brand new list to the market! Visit their website to find a great selection of practical and decorative goods for the home and garden. Test this affluent mail order responsive list today. Average Order Value £40.
Tel: +44 (0) 870 120 1326 or email@example.com
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Eric Hill, an apparel catalogue targeting the grey market, has made its list exclusively available through Accent Direct Marketing. The file has recently been updated and comprises 21,000 names. Customers are women aged 60 and older, who spend £90 per order.
Direct Commerce Catalogue e-business www.catalog-biz.com
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