Sometimes you need a full-service production management vendor. And sometimes you need some envelopes. We can help you on either end of the spectrum and everywhere in between.
Full-service production management: It’s like having the ultimate extension of your team you never knew you needed! Direct mail implementation is a challenging and complicated process that is increasingly fraught with risk. Volatile market conditions, staff capacity, vendor challenges, technology advancements, data privacy legislation, postal changes – even the weather present opportunities that threaten to derail the most carefully planned timeline and budget.
Production Solutions, a Moore company, has highly experienced and diverse staff to deliver our signature approach: robust workflows, proprietary procurement systems and a future focus that pinpoints efficiencies to ensure you limit your risk and have many different options to serve you.
As a result, you achieve the highest level of value, competitive pricing, and peace of mind, knowing your program is in good hands.
Production Solutions works as a strategic partner with you in a seamless and customized fashion to provide your program with stability. Clients include Heifer International, American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, Save the Children, ALS Association, American Lung Association, and Easterseals. Learn more here.
Full-service production: Moore’s production facilities are networked together so your job is always done where it best meets your needs and your budget. With Barton Cotton, Mail Bag, Navistar Direct Marketing, Redfield Direct, ResourceOne, and Southwest Publishing and Mailing, Moore companies can handle digital, sheet, label, inline, and other mail printing as well as high-volume handwork, foil stamping, die-cutting, glitter, coating, lamination, and fulfillment. We have literally hundreds of top-notch nonprofit clients for production.
High-value premiums and promotional items: Trost Marketing, a Moore company, creates online stores so you can attract new donors and give your current donors additional ways to advocate for your cause. Trost Marketing’s network of over 3,000 different vendors for promotional materials of all types as well as branded apparel. Clients include USA Shooting, DISH Network, and Brinks Home Security. Learn more here.
Heartland Direct, a Moore company, can also source high-quality premiums for your direct mail campaigns. We can get you the best prices either domestic or international. Clients include Wounded Warrior Project, St. Labre Indian School, PVA, NASCAR Foundation, and American Legion. Learn more here.
Labels: Midwest Label Resources, a Moore company, can think outside the box to give your labels a bit of something extra. Whether it’s seed labels on rolls for auto-application, cloth labels, or glow-in-the-dark labels, they have the tools to enhance the return on your label investment. Clients include Disabled American Veterans, Stamps.com, and Habitat for Humanity.
Envelopes: Envelopes may not be the hottest topic in direct mail these days, but if you want to get the envelope opened, it needs to make an impression. Richmond Print Group and St. Louis Print Group can both make a strong first impression for you with your donors by offering endless envelope options with unmatched service. From the very basic stock envelopes to the most complicated of envelope designs, we have the know-how to help our clients get their direct mail packages opened. Clients include Commemorative Air Force, Daughters of the American Revolution, Habitat for Humanity, and March of Dimes.
Commingling: United Presort, a Moore company, utilizes an IMB-driven workflow that ensures only the expected mail is sorted and enters the mail. Our workflow also provides the ability to remove pieces from the mail. We can pay postage using the customer’s permit and CAPS account regardless of where the permit is held in the country. We can also supply 3602 mailing statements for individual mailing version. Clients include Shriners Hospitals for Kids, Daughters of the American Revolution, Habitat for Humanity, March of Dimes.