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Pro-Gun Ownership Donors

Contact: Roberta Beach
Email: rbeach@beachlistdirect.com
Phone: (615) 356-1100 Ext. 6305

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The new Pro-Gun Ownership Donors file is an exclusive list of active donors who believe in an individual's right to carry a weapon for self-defense. These passionate contributors are ideal prospects for all types of consumer and fundraising offers.

Source: 100% donors who purchase through direct mail and the Internet

Selections With Counts
Minimum order 5,000 records.

Selections Counts $/M
12 Month Recency179,171$95.00
Monthly Hotline23,454$15.00


Other Selections

Demographics

$10.00

Dollar Amount

$10.00

Donor Cause

$10.00

Geography

$10.00

Method of Addressing:
E-Mail Delivery $75.00/Flat
FTP $75.00/Flat
Key Coding $5.00/M
Run Charges $15.00/M

Commissions, Credit Policy - 20% commission to recognized brokers. Cancellation Charges: Cancellation before five (5) days prior to approved mail date: $200.00 flat fee, plus $15.00/M run charges, plus output media, shipping, and handling charges. Cancellation after five (5) days prior to approved mail date incurs full charge.

Delivery Schedule - Delivery from 5 to 7 working days.

Restrictions - Minimum order 5,000 records. Sample direct mail piece required for list owner's approval. Telemarketing script and SANS number are required for all telemarketing rentals. One year unlimited use may be available. Please inquire. Net name arrangements available. Please inquire. 90% deliverability guaranteed.

Maintenance -Updated monthly. Run through NCOA & Deceased Suppression quarterly.

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List Manager - Beach List Direct, Inc.

Contact: Roberta Beach
Email: rbeach@beachlistdirect.com
Phone: (615) 356-1100 Ext. 6305



Contact: Clay Beach
Email: cbeach@beachlistdirect.com
Phone: (615) 356-1100 Ext. 6385


Last Updated: 2/4/2010 2:39:00 PM

 

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