Fighting to keep catalog postage affordable
and fending off intrusive sales tax legislation.
Dear Member: The ACMA's attorneys at Brann & Isaacson asked that we share with you their recent column concerning California's Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”). These product-safety warnings, once eye-catching and nerve-wracking, have become so ubiquitous that many would...
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The bottom line of my business has improved by 12% because of the work of the ACMA and its members to control postage costs. If you are a catalog mailer, you need to be an ACMA member…Bob Runke
I’m absolutely convinced that we’d have had several double digit postal hikes had it not been for the work that we collectively have done in ACMA.Terri Alpert
The ACMA is the only organization we belong to. Quite simply, that’s because we MUST belong. It is the only group specifically focused on our industry’s interests, with direct access to USPS and Congressional decision-makers. The ACMA helps us catalogers make our case effectively.Bill Garbose