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Bulk Mail

The dissemination of mail to a large number of people. For example, a supermarket may send bulk mail containing coupons and other discounts. Bulk mail may be solicited or unsolicited, and its use is a common tactic in marketing. Bulk mail is entitled to reduced postage from the U.S. Postal Service.
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Tenders are invited for the supply of Bulk Mailing and Printing Services in respect of production and dispatch of a range of documents required by Derby City Council.
During the Minister s visit to the company s premises she said: This young export-focused business, set up by local entrepreneur Colum Courtney, has taken an innovative approach to bulk mailing, and has already secured customers across the length and breadth of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Royal Mail provides international bulk mailing services to businesses throughout North America.
The Geocoding and CASS certification capabilities also allow organizations to meet stringent United States Postal Service qualifications for postage discounts on bulk mailings.
bulk mailings, such as NRL News and NRLC fundraising letters, are mailed from other sites around the nation.
Rob Moll joined AFS in January as Bryce operator and will be responsible for preparing and shipping all bulk mailings.
An exchange should be in constant contact with you through newsletters, faxes or bulk mailings.
Bulk mailings must be sent to IRS, Director, Office of Disclosure, CP:EX:D-Room 1603, 1111 Constitution Avenue, N.
Canadian Address Object is another way for our North American clients to save money with their bulk mailings," explains Melissa Data president, Ray Melissa.
21 Grams allows customers to outsource their non-core production of bulk mailings and to significantly reduce postage expenses.
The Pitney DI950 has been programmed to process all types of bulk mailings for the City and with the addition of the Planet Press Software and
Commercial junk e-mail, sometimes called ``spam,'' is already a huge problem on the Net, where bulk mailings cost the sender virtually nothing.