Worldata Debuts Collectibles Master File

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, yesterday announced the availability of the Collectibles Master File of more than 327,100 consumer collectors through its list management division.


Individuals on the file collect items such as figurines, plates, cars, antiques, stamps, comics, sports memorabilia, vintage music, coins, glassware, jewelry, art, action figures, cards, dolls, toys, advertising, vintage clothing/accessories and Hollywood/movie memorabilia.


This multi-sourced file is 78 percent female with an average age of 55 and an average household income of $59,000. Selections include geography, gender, recency, age, income and telephone number. The base price is $80/M.


Worldata suggests this list for collectibles offers and other consumer offers including home decor, cooking, self-improvement, catalogs, travel, books, music, sporting goods, credit card and magazines.


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