May 28, 2002




Movers and shakers

Mark Gilman
was named president of Bowling Green, KY-based cataloger/retailer Camping World. He was also named to the board of directors of Affinity Group, Camping World’s parent company. Gilman was previously president, new media for Blockbuster.
Effective June 3, …

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May 10, 2002




The Company Store “Snuggles” up to ad

Catalogers advertising in magazines isn’t uncommon. But consumer goods advertising in catalogs—that’s a different story. Nonetheless, the May edition of Hanover Direct’s The Company Store catalog includes a full-page for Snuggles laundry detergent.
So far, says …

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May 1, 2002




Listings

NEW LISTS
IDEA ART
The 85,000 24-month buyers of the Idea Art catalog spent an average of $200 an order on specialty papers for desktop printers. Customers, 70% of whom are women, are primarily small-business owners and managers of marketing and graphic design …

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April 11, 2002




March sales round-up

Stamford, CT—As far as sales go, March had its ups and downs for the publicly-traded marketers tracked by Catalog Age. Some blame the timing of the Easter holiday, which occurred in late March this year rather than April, for …

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April 1, 2002




Variety Pack

It can’t be a coincidence that in just one week, I’ve seen three major articles on diversity, in publications as different as a technology research report, a retail newsletter, and a trade magazine for writers. Of course, diversity has been …

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April 1, 2002




Listings

NEW LISTS
COLLAGE
The roughly 7,500 12-month buyers of Collage catalog spent an average of $85 an order on handmade paper, calligraphy sets, desk accessories, pens, and related writing tools. Seventy-five percent of buyers are women. Collage is a sister catalog of …

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April 1, 2002




Retail Report: Creative Differences

As more retailers mail catalogs and more catalogers open stores, the line between print sales vehicles and retail traffic drivers has become a fine one. Nonetheless, some differences still remain between the two.
“If your catalog’s goal is solely to …

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In Lists & Data - Business-14-05-2013

April 1, 2002




9/11 Fallout Still a Bad Trip for Travel Marketers

As 2001 drew to a close, travel catalogers were suffering the double whammy of a lackluster economy and the post-Sept. 11 fear of flying, not to mention the conflict in the Middle East. These events sent the $584 billion travel industry reeling and …

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March 19, 2002




Alloy posts 4Q profit

Teen apparel marketer Alloy (Nasdaq:ALOY) reported a profit for the fourth quarter while also narrowing its net loss for the year.
Net income for the fourth quarter was $1.5 million, compared to a net loss of $6.8 million for the fourth …

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March 15, 2002




Listings

NEW LISTS
J&L INDUSTRIAL
The 467,374 customers of the J&L Industrial catalog work primarily at manufacturing companies that deal with fabricated metal products, industrial and commercial machinery, and electronic and transportation equipment. They have purchased such products as cutting …

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