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Then: Terry SportSkorts debuted as a test spin-off of the Terry Precision Cycling catalog in January 2001. About 105,000 copies of the 24-page book mailed.
The Home Depot has dropped two high-end catalogs that it had launched just one year ago. But the big-box retailer has no plans to exit the direct-to-consumer home market.
Merrimack, NH-based gifts and gadgets merchandiser Brookstone says it will save “seven figures” a year by turning to the co-ops in lieu of traditional list brokers and managers.
Looking to buy someone a cow this holiday season? How about a camel? These are just two of the gifts that can be bought through Boston-based international relief organization Oxfam America’s online catalog
Your spouse wants a 2001 BMW Individual M6 Convertible for Christmas, though you’d rather send him or her into outer space. But if you don’t get him or her the wheels, you could end up in the doghouse, albeit one that starts at $5,000.
Lisa Hammond is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her Femail Creations catalog–by launching a home-party business.
‘Tis the season for increasing catalog circulations, according to catalogers and list companies interviewed by MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT for its November 2006 issue.
Then: In May 2002, Parsippany, NJ-based Nabisco, a division of Kraft Foods, launched a print catalog to accompany its NabiscoGifts.com e-commerce site.
Growing an e-mail database isn’t a simple task for multichannel merchants. In fact, in its annual e-mail list growth survey, Atlanta-based e-mail services
New York-based apparel manufacturer Mink Marketing has launched Ella Starr, its first catalog and e-commerce site, targeting African-American and Hispanic