Congratulations to Jane Moore of Towards Maximum Independence. Rachel presented her with her $50 gift card at the East County Chamber of Commerce First Friday Breakfast for winning last month’s question drawing.
Can you think of anything more impersonal than getting a piece of “important” mail addressed to “Occupant?”
Neither can we.
That’s why we want to take this opportunity, when the most personal of holidays is approaching, Valentine’s Day, to emphasize the importance of personalizing every mail piece you send out.
Studies show again and again that personalized mail gets opened more frequently and drives greater results. It only makes sense. Seeing one’s name on the envelope tells people that your message is indeed intended for them – specifically – and that they should take the time to see what you have to say.
At Mail Management Group, we have all the tools to personalize every piece we send out for you. From sourcing highly specialized lists of individuals or businesses to ink-jetting their names and addresses on your mail pieces.
While it might not say “Love,” it surely says “We care.” And every customer or prospect wants to know they are cared for and appreciated, as well they should be. Watch this video to learn more.
So, speaking of love… This month’s contest is all about St. Valentine’s Day!
Enter to win this month’s $50 Starbucks card! Just answer this multiple-choice question below and send us your guess in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sweethearts Candies have been a Valentine’s staple for many
years. When were they invented?
We’ll tell you the full story in next month’s email!
Want your mail to get personal? Call me at 619-593-9121 ext. 114
(or ext. 102 for Rachel!) or email me at email@example.com.