Mailing Date

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Mailing Date

A specific date set for the mailing of certain material to security holders such as interim reports, proxy material and dividend checks.

Mailing Date

The date on which dividends, reports, and other relevant material are mailed the stockholders and/or bondholders.
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Users will be able to sort on response data, mail quantity, mail dates, and any high-level campaign data to obtain the information they need quickly.
So time the test accordingly that far ahead of your best mail dates.
With the WC3 mobile application, Fiserv clients can now monitor and manage production and delivery information including job status, special handling requests, inventory volumes and usage, and mail dates from the convenience of their smartphone.
Pricing discounts and policy on mail dates are all over the place right now, according to John Briley, vice president of list management at Direct Media in Greenwich, Conn.
Having said that, there is a movement to shift from pre-clearing lists and mail dates to simply relying on list orders to let access to lists play out.
Another reason the idea of protecting mail dates is becoming quaint is because of the United States Postal Service's time window for delivery.
This card contains the mail dates and offers made to your customer as well as relevant contact information.
Our longtime mail-house always had a problem meeting mail dates.
Don't overlook the importance of working with vendors who understand seasonality--and can provide you with the resources to make tight mail dates.
In non-holiday periods, a mailing project should be begun approximately six weeks before the mail date.
Martin: We've always protected mail dates and limited outgoing records during any particular week.
Christ: And compound that because you're putting 30 lists into a merge/purge and you've got, not 30, but maybe six different allowable mail dates.