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Newsletter - February 2007

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16th February 2007

Welcome to the February issue of Shopping for Prospects.

Mag Subscribers – a great way to target consumers

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH - NEW LIST: New Scientist Subscribers

One of the most effective ways of targeting consumers by interest category is to look at the magazines to which they subscribe.

Just released to market is the Australian subscriber base of the worlds leading scientific current affairs publication – NEW SCIENTIST. Over 20,000 records are available.

New Scientist covers a wide range of scientific fields and issues including Consumer Technology, Natural Resources, The Internet, Environmental Issues, Telecommunications, Space Technology, Drug Development, Human Nature, Politics and Economics.

New Scientist readers are opinion formers from diverse professional backgrounds. Readers are predominantly men, with a high skew to the AB business decision-making socio group. Readers are more likely to be between 35 – 49 years old and work in a full time Professional or Management position.

More than half New Scientist readers hold a university degree and 13% are doctors or lawyers.

Click on one of the magazine covers to view the Datacard (product information and pricing) or contact your Account Manager to discuss targeting the subscribers of this or other magazine titles.

Megan, Jane & Patrick Allamby


Vision Australia – Autumn Appeal

“Imagine only seeing part of the picture”

Imagine being told you have an eye condition that will affect the way you see the world for the rest of your life. It’s a lot to deal with at any age, but particularly difficult when it happens during adolescence.

This is something that the Allamby children – Jane, 17, Megan, 15, and 12-year-old Patrick – have all faced. They have Stargardt’s disease, a genetic form of macular degeneration that severely limits their central vision. But with their positive attitudes and the support of Vision Australia, they are loving life.

As farmers in Junee, central New South Wales, the Allambys are practical people, so Vision Australia’s commonsense solutions suit them. And during this terrible drought, they have appreciated the fact that most of Vision Australia’s services are free – thanks to the generosity and support of the community.

Combining the skills and resources of five leading blindness organisations to create one national voice, Vision Australia is committed to delivering exceptional and efficient services that open up exciting possibilities for our community.

A daily donation of $1.60 would, over a year, pay for the cost of running an outreach low vision clinic in a remote location for one client.

Please help Vision Australia to raise the millions necessary to provide the essential services that make a difference to so many lives.

To make a donation, please
click here.

To learn more about the many services that Vision Australia provides for blind and vision impaired members of our community, please
click here.

What is Stargardt’s?

This hereditary eye condition causes the deterioration of central vision, so activities such as reading and writing become very difficult. A person who has Stargardt’s disease uses peripheral vision to move about their surroundings.

Take the whole team to the movies

Movie Madness – extended by popular demand!

Our movie madness was so popular in January that we have extended it for another month.

For the month of February 2007 we will send a book of ten movie tickets to each customer that places a list order of $5,500 or more (ex GST).

Just mention this offer when you place your order. As always if you have already placed a qualifying order this month don’t be shy, pick up the phone and ask your account manager to send you your tickets. Call us Toll Free on 1300 4 LISTS (1300 454 787)

When you place your order tell your account manager what cinema group you would like tickets for.

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