From Madison Avenue to Main Street. Carl Bloom Associates Moves to White Plains, New York.

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Carl Bloom Associates, Inc. (CBA), a 29-year-old independent Direct Marketing agency has moved from Madison Avenue in New York City to Main Street in White Plains, New York.

After nearly 30 years on midtown Madison Avenue, the birthplace of advertising, CBA has decided to set up shop in the growing business and cultural area north of Manhattan -- White Plains, New York.

White Plains is undergoing an exciting building, cultural and commercial resurgence that is creating both business and residential opportunities a short distance from Manhattan.

All it takes is a walk down Main Street towards Mamaroneck Avenue to see all the new development. Donald Trump would be proud, in fact there’s a new high-rise condominium tower that bears his name.

CBA is excited to be a part of this growing, vibrant city a stone’s throw from suburbia with new offices located at 81 Main Street, White Plains 10601. The new phone number is 914-761-2800; Fax is 914-761-2744.

When asked about the recent move to White Plains, NY, CBA's President Carl Bloom said, “I 'm delighted to be in our new location. The transition went extremely well. We look forward to welcoming our clients in our new space, just steps from the White Plains train station."

The move was perfect for the first meeting with CBA's newest client, The National Association of Railroad Passengers, an organization that promotes rail travel throughout the U.S. "They were very happy to take the train from Grand Central Station to White Plains, and brought us a National Amtrak train schedule as an office-warming gift."

About CBA

Since 1976, CBA has been providing numerous industries with marketing strategy, creative and production services; lead generation for consumer mail order catalogs in food, fashion and interior decorating; circulation marketing and promotion for large and small magazines and newsletters; college alumni marketing and fundraising promotion; and on-line education.

CBA has enjoyed a long and successful history as an independent direct marketing company. It was only after a brief experiment in the 1980’s when CBA became part of a larger general advertising agency, that CBA “took itself back” and has flourished ever since.

CBA’s clients are located in every corner of the U.S., from New York City to San Francisco, New Orleans to Washington State, the Midwest and nearly every state in between.

In the nonprofit world CBA has served over 35 public broadcasting entities, public libraries, museums (such as MOMA and the newly opened National Underground Freedom Center in Cincinnati), social action organizations like Consumers Union (publishers of Consumer Reports), Friends of Animals, which protects domestic and wild animals from abuse and exploitation by hunters, corporations, government agencies and poachers, in the U.S. and internationally.

CBA’s subsidiary, The Loyalty Marketing Group, Inc. (LMG), provides incentive and recognition programs that help build relationships with client members and customers. CBA also offers complete and comprehensive web development and e-mail marketing through Loyalty eMarketing, LMG’s electronic media team. The latest project is a totally new multi-faceted web site for The Actors’ Fund of America, the national organization that supports everyone who has or plays a role in the entertainment industry – from help with housing for the unemployed, to providing health insurance for those without coverage and clinics for medical services.

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