AccuData Creates File of Rural Females

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AccuData America yesterday announced the creation of the Farmers' Wives file of 500,000 female consumers in rural areas.


The file was segmented from the Farm Market iD list, the only BPA-audited farmer database in the United States, according to AccuData. The base price is $65/M.


AccuData, Fort Myers, FL, suggests this file for apparel, collectibles, hobbies, catalogs, magazines, books and other offers.


Marketers also can contact AccuData to learn more about marketing to rural consumers by e-mailing rural@accudata.com. Interested parties will receive a free e-copy of "2.4 Million Reasons to Think Outside the Box," a 10-page PDF booklet on the subject.


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