Postal initiatives hot topics at cataloger conference

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The second annual National Catalog Advocacy & Strategy Forum is slated for May 20-21,  with the postage rate increase and the proposed “summer sale” among the topics of discussion.

The event, to be held in Washington D.C., will feature panel discussions of challenges facing catalogers during these economic times, as well as positive developments made by the U.S. Postal Service to help the mailing industry, said Hamilton Davison, president of the American Catalog Mailers Association.

He said the forum is open to any company “with substantial economic interest in cataloging” and does not have to be an ACMA member to come.

For more information, visit www. catalogmailers.org

 

 


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