As the leading source for direct marketing youth data, alloyASL connects your brand to consumers with extensive and unparalleled industry expertise in data content, aggregation and analytics of the youth, young adult and student demographics. We provide access to the most comprehensive, response driven youth database available – over 100 million active high school, college and young adult consumers and their parents. We offer custom solutions devised to meet your specific target and goal. Our data customization allows you to pinpoint your audience by selecting by age, ethnicity, grad year, etc... Email, postal and mobile: our direct marketing products ensure the strongest response with optimal results. Our database is updated daily and cleansed monthly, ensuring that names are reliable, accurate, and responsive. Our clients range from across all industries including Financial Services, Technology, Health & Beauty, Retail, Educational Services, Recruitment, and more.
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Alloy Direct Marketing and youth marketing data provider American Student List (ASL) announced May 7 the two companies will merge, the result of a joint venture between their respective parent companies: Alloy Media + Marketing and Euro RSCG Discovery. The resulting company will be known as Alloy ASL, said Andrew Belth, president of Alloy ASL and the former SVP of Alloy Direct Marketing.
Colleges turn to myriad marketing tactics at a time of soaring enrollment
An investor group led by ZelnickMedia will acquire Alloy, Inc., a media and entertainment company, for approximately $126.5 million. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter.
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As the leading source for direct marketing youth data, alloyASL connects your brand to consumers with extensive and unparalleled industry expertise in data content, aggregation and analytics of the youth, young adult and student demographics.
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