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The Direct Marketing Association of Washington is the largest regional direct marketing association in the US. The majority of DMAW members are end-users, vendors, suppliers, agencies, freelancers, educators, and students located in the Washington metro, Baltimore, and Central Virginia areas. However, we welcome everyone from anywhere in the United States whose field of interest is direct marketing, to join us for learning, sharing, networking, and, of course, making good friends and having fun. We look forward to meeting you!
At Digital Day 2018, learn how to maximize your resources and increase engagement across your enterprise by breaking down and making all the “tech talk” transparent and understandable for your marketing team to ensure they are leveraging every opportunity to meet goals.
You’ll gain valuable insight from experts in the field on new trends and smart integration techniques that you can apply to your online strategy. Join the industry’s leading digital marketing experts as they provide you with answers to your toughest online marketing questions to help you save time, bolster your response, and increase revenue.
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