NEDMA To Induct New President

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The New England Direct Marketing Association will induct Craig Blake, W.A. Wilde Company vice president of sales, as its president next week.

Mr. Blake has been active with NEDMA for several years and has held other positions, including his current role as vice president. He is also involved with other direct marketing-related organizations. The outgoing president is Dennis Driscoll, vice president and general manager at Epsilon.

The induction takes place during a keynote dinner June 14, the first day of NEDMA's 44th annual conference and exposition. The conference will be at Bentley College's LaCava Center in Waltham, MA.

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