ConsumerBase's non-profit files gives our clients valuable email, telephone and postal data.
Evanston, IL (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
ConsumerBase LLC, a database management company based in Evanston, IL, is updating its non-profit business and consumer mailing lists just in time for the approaching holiday season. Consumer donation non-profit lists as well as organizations and professional data provide direct marketers with a variety of population segments to choose from.
“ConsumerBase’s non-profit files gives our clients valuable email, telephone and postal data,” says Larry Organ, CEO of ConsumerBase. “Frequent data hygienes ensure our data is the highest quality available on the market.”
Non-profit mailing lists on ConsumerBase include:
Non-Profit Organization Executives
Non-Profit Organizations Largest
Non-profit organizations benefit a variety of causes, such as those suffering from illnesses, animal rights, disease research, literacy programs, homeless shelters and much more. Direct marketers frequently target consumers and businesses likely to donate to these causes based on previous donations, interests or organizational involvements.
ConsumerBase mailing lists contain up-to-date email, telephone, postal, demographic, and firmographic data. Daily list additions to all categories and monthly updates on existing lists ensure that the resulting high data quality gives direct marketers the advantage in a competitive marketplace.
ConsumerBase provides multi-channel direct marketing services with a specialty in postal, email, and telephone solutions. Encompassing the entire lifecycle of customer information, ConsumerBase services focus on acquiring and retaining customers, validating, cleaning, and enhancing customer data, and improving the overall performance of marketing communications.
ConsumerBase is an Evanston-based multi-channel mailing list company. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Evanston, Illinois. ConsumerBase operates as a subsidiary of Organ Worldwide LLC.
Kathryn Fallucco, Media Editor