Direct Network Invests in Stockbroker File

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Direct Network, North Brunswick, NJ, now manages a file of stockbrokers who work from home.

These at-home brokers are interested in information regarding annuities, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and insurance. Eighty percent are male.

The file lists 600,000 stockbrokers at home and costs $150/M. Selects include state, ZIP code, gender and telephone number.

Organizations soliciting financial publications, luxury products, credit cards and travel club memberships may benefit from this file.
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