Company Reclaims Name - Collins, Martin & Isaacs Returns to Good Standing

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Marketing company takes back one of the most successful direct mail packages ever.

After years of "imitators" and "rip-offs" leading to lukewarm, even negative reviews, Shari Klohr, Vice President of Direct Drive Marketing -- a division of CMI, has reclaimed the entity of "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" and is committed to changing the image.

Computer Mailing, Inc., (CMI), a direct mail company in Kansas City, Missouri, developed the name "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" (CMI) nearly 20 years ago, based on the initials C, M & I. As a fulfillment center for various clients ranging from automotive dealers to colleges and universities to banks, CMI was a reputable company that delivered what it promised and "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" was one of the most successful packages they offered.

For several years, marketing promotions sold under the "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" name produced tremendous results -- both for clients, as well as consumers. The response to numerous promotions sold under the "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" name were so successful, in fact, that it spurned many "copycats" -- marking the beginning of the end of a once respected direct mail piece.

Rival companies reproduced the "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" package -- but did not deliver as promised ... tainting the name in the industry, as well as the company that produced it.

Many of the "other" companies have come and gone, making this the perfect time to return the "Collins, Martin & Isaacs" name back to its rightful place in the direct mail industry.

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