Swiss Colony Picks VerticalResponse

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VerticalResponse, a provider of self-service and customized direct marketing solutions, is expected to announce today that it has been chosen as the e-mail service provider for cataloger The Swiss Colony Inc.


The Swiss Colony, Monroe, WI, has provided food, clothing and gift items by mail for more than 75 years.


VerticalResponse, San Francisco, was selected to provide customized direct e-mail campaigns for seven of The Swiss Colony's branded catalogs: The Swiss Colony, Through the Country Door, Seventh Avenue, Monroe & Main, Ginny's, Midnight Velvet and The Tender Filet.


VerticalResponse's flagship product, iBuilder, helps businesses create, deploy and monitor e-mail marketing campaigns as well as printed postcard campaigns delivered through the U.S. Postal Service. With iBuilder, marketers with no technical experience can create customized, branded HTML e-mails in minutes.


The VerticalResponse creative staff also can help marketing organizations with e-mail customization, ensuring that graphics, fonts, logos, photos and colors match the look and feel of the account's brand, Web site or marketing materials.


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