Chilcutt managing lists in wake of Names and Addresses closing shop

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Chilcutt Direct Marketing Inc. will be managing 12 North American Affinity Club lists on an interim basis that were previously managed by Names and Addresses Inc., which closed last week.

“It is a pleasure to be able to step in and help our good friends and longtime client North American Affinity Clubs”, said Matt Chilcutt, president of CDM, in a statement. “It's certainly our goal at this time, to ensure that no orders are lost in this temporary transition and that production continues as smoothly as possible. We believe we can manage that process and will do everything necessary to keep list management available and active until North American reevaluates their long-term plans.”

Names and Addresses was founded in 1976. A call to their offices led to a voice message saying the office was closed. An industry source confirmed the company's closure.

The lists now managed by Chilcutt are Cooking Club of America, Creative Home Arts Club, Handyman Club of America, MLB Insiders Club, Motorcycle Riders Club of America, National Health & Wellness Club, National Home Gardening Club, National Street Machine Club, North American Fishing Club, North American Hunting Club, PGA TOUR Partners Club, and The History Channel Club.

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