New Zairmail/USPS Agreement Offers Speed in Launching Direct Mail Campaigns
Press release from the issuing company
PORTLAND, Ore. - April 19, 2001 - Zairmail, Inc., the first company to facilitate the convergence between the Internet and postal mail on a large scale, has signed with the United States Postal Service (USPS) to offer small businesses access to affordable, quick and convenient direct mail campaigns. Businesses constantly struggle with finding the most cost-effective, consumer-friendly and quick way to send out information, often times forcing them to sacrifice speed and to cut costs. Now, when small businesses visit the Postal Service's newly launched USPSDirectMail site, (www.uspsdirectmail.com), they can access the Zairmail Web site, (www.zairmail.com), where they can launch their direct mail campaigns quickly, conveniently, and cost effectively directly from their desktops.
"Zairmail was selected to be part of the Postal Service's new merchant program because it has the ability to make direct marketing more easily accessible to small and medium-sized businesses. It has a nationwide network of printing facilities, proven direct mail experience and large volume printing capacity," said John Ward, Vice-President of Core Business Marketing of the United States Postal Service. Through our postal Web site, we are providing small businesses with the most effective tools to produce a direct mail campaign online."
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