Dunhill Wins New Lists, Including All the President's Men

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Dunhill International List Co., Boca Raton, FL, has been named list broker for three new-to-market lists: wine enthusiasts; museums, art galleries and gardens; and federal government executives.

The wine enthusiasts file contains 1.8 million records of upper-income consumers interested in collecting and tasting fine wines. These consumers also love travel, visiting wineries, resorts, gourmet cooking, reading, theater and performing arts.

The file's selects include hobbies, travel, investors, readers, buyers and demographics. The base price is $95/M.

The museums, art galleries and gardens list consists of 14,000 executives who buy institutional equipment, furniture, security systems and maintenance supplies. Base price is $80/M.

The federal government executives list offers this country's highest-level officials.

Included are the president of the United States and his staff, directors and assistant directors, bureau chiefs, deputy directors, division heads, management-level officials, military chiefs, secretaries and assistant secretaries across 22 departments and cabinets.

Men make up 18,589 of the names, and 11,525 are women. The base price is $75/M.

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