ClientLogic Wins Avrick Direct Files

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ClientLogic Specialists Marketing Services, Weehawken, NJ, said yesterday it would assume list management of 10 compiled files from Avrick Direct Inc. effective today.


The multi-sourced files are:


* Always Shopping Mail Order Buyers with 17 million last-12-month names and a base price of $95/M.


* Apollo Hispanic New Credit Card Issues with 1.7 million last-12-month names and a base price of $80/M.


* Baby Time Prenatal & New Births with 1.8 million last-12-month names and a base price of $100/M.


* Bone Builder Supplement Buyers with 517,400 last-12-month names and a base price of $100/M.


* Cartilage Regeneration with 412,800 last-12-month names and a base price of $95/M.


* Hampton House Mail Order Buyers with 8.1 million last-12-month names and a base price of $80/M.


* Marathon Power Bar for Women Buyers with 300,000 last-6-month names and a base price of $90/M.


* Movin' & Spendin' Hispanic New Members with 2.8 million last-12-month names and a base price of $80/M.


* Movin' & Spendin' Master File with 21 million last-12-month names and a base price of $75/M.


* TeleProducts Mail Order Buyers with 7 million last-12-month names and a base price of $85/M.


Selections on these files include geography, recency and gender.


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