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Direct Mailer Looking at Oil & Lube Biz

Direct mail provider Mudlick Mail plans to expand into the oil and lube market.

The company is developing "strategically targeted" direct mail tools to oil and lube shop owners "hoping to raise awareness about new and broader services," Mudlick said.
                  
"Oil and lube shops are smart to expand their menu of offerings and we plan to help them make their customers more aware of the full range of services available," said Tim Ross, president of Mudlick Mail.
 
Mudlick Mail offers users in-depth market research, "allowing shop owners to target customers by income, geographic area and even vehicle make," the company said, and serves "as a one-stop shop, offering graphic design services, printing, listing services, postage and delivery for one flat fee."

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