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Mudlick Mail Posts 25 Percent Increase in 2013 Sales

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Feb. 7, 2014—Mudlick Mail announced Thursday that its sales have increased for the fifth straight year. The direct mail provider posted an increase of 25 percent in revenue in 2013, and upped its total clientele to roughly 1,100, a 40 percent increase.

According to a press release, the company has increased revenue with an expanded sales staff and increased advertising. 

“What separates us from our competition is our ability to help our customers understand consumer buying habits and how to integrate that information into their campaigns,” said Mudlick Mail president Tim Ross. “We take a holistic approach to marketing and identify the various factors that could impact the success of a direct mail program. It’s not just about pushing postcards.”

Mudlick Mail distributed more than 50 million pieces of direct mail in 2013. The company is anticipating mailing more than 60 million pieces of mail in 2014.

For more information visit the company online.

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