ThinkDirectMarketing Inc. Acquires Direct Mail Quotes, Mail Mogul

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ThinkDirectMarketing.com, Inc., a provider of online direct marketing products and services to the small business market, said that it has acquired Direct Mail Quotes and its assets Mail Mogul.com and DirectMailQuotes.com.


Mail Mogul is an online marketplace for sellers of direct mail, providing leads, Web site applications, mailing lists and mailing supplies.


Burbank, CA-based Direct Mail Quotes is a Web site that allows direct marketers the ability to receive competitive bids from local mail shops capable of handling their direct mail campaigns.


"Direct Mail Quotes' ability to provide creative and fulfillment capabilities matched with our campaign management and list generation tools embodies the ideal synergy for a partnership," said Bruce A. Biegel, president and chief operating officer of Stamford, CT-based ThinkDirectMarketing Inc. "Now TDMI will be able to offer complete and cost effective direct mail solutions that will further benefit small to medium size businesses."


TDMI and DMQ are two of the five leading direct mail service companies recently selected by the United States Postal Service as merchant partners featured with a link on www.usps.com/directmail.


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