Bill Insert


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Bill Insert

Marketing material sent in the mail along with a regular bill. This allows a company to maximize its advertisements at the lowest possible price because it does not have to pay for extra postage. A bill insert is also called a bill stuffer.
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NLC will provide participating cities with the quantity of bill insert cards needed to reach all households at no cost to the city.
But the phone companies may find their combined $78 million campaign that included advertisements, bill inserts and information in languages from Spanish to Vietnamese has worked too well in educating the public about the possible drawbacks.
Petty has found bill inserts and direct mail to be the most effective way to reach rural customers.
This bill inserts the (Arizona) legislature into the extremely personal decision about how a couple builds their family, Collura wrote.
Tenders are invited for printing of water bill inserts for one, one-year period with options to renew for up to four additional one-year periods.
As LightStream, PLURTC launched a full-scale marketing initiative, which included newspaper ads, radio spots, direct mail, bill inserts, new vehicle wraps, and new Web and Facebook pages.
Mobilink teams have also played a part in educating customers using information material distributed through bill inserts, customer care centers and advertising.