Direct Mail: New Hispanic Lists

El Nuevo Constructor
Description: Spanish-speaking remodeling and building professionals nationwide. El Nuevo Constructor is Hanley Woods new construction magazine. This monthly publication offers quality content, practical how-to information and technical advice. Mainly male
Of Interest to: Construction and business offers. Publishers and fundraisers.
Quantity: 11,766 active subscribers, gender, job title, primary business, state, SCF and ZIP
Contact: Statlistics, http://www.statlistics.com

Hispanic Business Executives
Description: Database of Hispanic business executives, sourced from corporate filings, government registrations, trade and business groups, business publications and online registrations.
Of Interest to: Merchandisers who want to reach affluent Hispanic business executives and leaders.
Quantity: 374,143 Hispanic executives, gender title, employee size, sales volume. Contact: Walter Karl, http://www.walterkarl.infousa.com


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