List Services taps catalog file

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List Services Corp., as of Jan. 31, has been awarded exclusive list management of Taylor Gifts and Get Organized catalogs.

The file is comprised of 620,000 total buyers at a base price of $100/M.

The file allows marketers to reach buyers who are value-conscious and extremely responsive to many promotional offers from the Taylor Gifts and Get Organized catalogs.

The Taylor catalog sells housewares, space savers, kitchen products and "As Seen on TV" products.

Get Organized offers storage and space items for closets, kitchen, laundry, bed, bath and yards.

For more than 50 years now, these consumers have purchased a variety of unique items and products that help to simplify and organize their lives.

This file is ideal for continuity offers, general merchandise, catalogs, apparel, home and office, subscriptions, decorations and gardening.

It is selectable by dollar, product, credit card buyers, multibuyers, new to file, age, income, Bible devotional, pet owners and collectors.

The individuals making up the file have an average income of $62,500. Sixty-eight percent are female.

Organizations soliciting general merchandise, fundraisers, subscriptions and insurance may be interested in the file.

List Services is based in Bethel, CT.

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