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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!
We are all looking for the best ways to cut through the noise and grab the attention of our donors (and potential donors.) What if we told you that they are literally already holding the key to our success in their hand? Spoiler alert: it’s their phone.
Now, maybe you’ve heard that tele-fundraising is too expensive… or annoying… or dying off.
Well, real talk. The way we should approach our donors and supporters on the phone is changing, and it’s changing fast. But it’s still one of the most high impact ways to engage, and it’s critical to adapt.
We’re here to talk through changing regulations with the TCPA, share the best ways to approach your donors via traditional tele-fundraising, and demystify text messaging. ...
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