Company Overview of Valassis Direct Mail, Inc.
Valassis Direct Mail, Inc. provides direct mail marketing services. The company also engages in soliciting and processing printed advertising from retailers, manufacturers, and service companies for targeted distribution by both shared and solo mail to consumer households in the United States and Canada on a national, regional, and local basis. In addition, the company rents portions of its mailing list to organizations interested in distributing their own mailings; and creates and distributes cost-effective targeted coupons in a distinctive envelope format for local neighborhood merchants via network of franchise owners. It serves supermarkets, quick serve restaurants, drug stores, discount...
One Targeting Centre
Windsor, CT 06095-2639
Founded in 1929
Key Executives for Valassis Direct Mail, Inc.
Principal Accounting Officer
President of Operations Group and Executive Vice President
President of Sales & Services and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President and President of Diversified Business Group
Chief Administration Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Valassis Direct Mail, Inc. Key Developments
Postal Regulatory Commission Approves Postal Service Negotiated Service Agreement with Valassis Direct Mail, Inc
Aug 24 12
Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) authorized a three-year negotiated service agreement (NSA) between the U.S. Postal Service and Valassis Direct Mail, Inc. (Valassis) that provides discounts for new saturation mail advertising circular volumes. The NSA was approved by a majority of the Commission. Under the terms of the agreement, discounted prices would be limited to advertisements for durable and semi-durable goods by retailers with physical retail outlets in 30 or more states, in distinct markets where Valassis has and continues to maintain an existing Standard Mail Saturation mailing program. By statute, an NSA cannot be approved unless it can be shown to improve the net financial position of the Postal Service, and not to cause unreasonable harm to the marketplace. During the Commission's review of this case, numerous newspapers opposed the NSA, claiming it was unfair competition that would unreasonably harm the marketplace. The Commission extended its review period and called for additional supporting information.
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