BB Direct’s Educator DataBank of Mailing Lists Announced the Addition of Public Schools Segment

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BB Direct, education data agent and online access provider, has begun offering Public Schools Segment of their already robust Educator DataBank.

BB Direct, Inc., a database market company located in Cape Coral, FL, has just announced that is has just added the Public Schools Segment to the Educator DataBank. What makes this database unique is that it includes such difficult to capture filters such as military schools, computer type uses within the school, blue ribbon schools, as well as the availability of school telephone numbers.

Who uses this type of “data”? Although the information is highly selectable, it’s primary user are mailers who are contractually bound to using the data one-time with either a direct mail or telemarketing call campaign. Levels of school include elementary, middle/Jr. High, High, and K-12.

Beyond that school levels, personnel within school is selectable by title. This includes high level titles such as Principals and Assistant Principals, to Art, Vocational Education, and Music Teachers.

This new segment of the Educator DataBank is also made available on BBDirectLeads.com, BB Direct's online count and order tool. Also available on BBDirectLeads.com other popular files are available such as Consumers, Businesses, Resident / Occupant data, New Movers, Bankruptcy data, and Property Mortgage file data.

About BB Direct

BB Direct is the leading provider of mailing lists, database enhancement and hygiene services to the direct marketing industry. They serve the list broker community as well as a host of other value added resellers of direct marketing products and services. BB Direct is headquartered in Cape Coral, Florida. They can be reached by calling 866-501-6273, or visiting them at http://www.bbdirect.com.

Contact:
Nick Murray, Media Director
BB Direct, Inc
http://www.BBDirect.com

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