Mudlick Mail Triples Sales and Customers in 2010

Mudlick Mail Triples Sales and Customers in 2010

Despite a struggling economy, direct mail service provider Mudlick Mail tripled its sales and customer base in 2010. The company, which caters to the automotive repair industry, grew sales to more than $7 million in 2010. The company's customer base also increased significantly, expanding from just under 100 in 2009 to more than 350 in 2010.

Despite a struggling economy, direct mail service provider Mudlick Mail tripled its sales and customer base in 2010. The company, which caters to the automotive repair industry, grew sales to more than $7 million in 2010. The company’s customer base also increased significantly, expanding from just under 100 in 2009 to more than 350 in 2010.
 
“We credit our growth to providing repair shop owners with direct mail campaigns that are very targeted and very effective in driving business,” said Mudlick Mail CEO Greg Sands.
 
Some of Mudlick’s customers have increased their business by as much as 40 percent by using the company’s direct mail programs, which allow repair shop owners to target customers by income, neighborhood and even vehicle, make. Mudlick’s campaigns serve as a one-stop shop, offering graphic design services, printing, listing services, postage and delivery for one flat fee. In addition, Mudlick provides free training on customer service, sales techniques and other strategies to help shop owners maximize the effectiveness of their direct mail campaigns.
 
“Our goal is to take what we’ve learned from our wealth of experience in the automotive service business and apply that knowledge to ensure that other shop owners succeed,” said Sands, who also owns and operates more than 20 auto repair shops in three states.
 
Sands founded Mudlick in 2008, after searching for years for the right advertising vehicle for his repair shops. Direct mail was the only method that allowed Sands to accurately reach high-caliber customers within the market area of his stores.
 
Mudlick sent out more than 25 million pieces of direct mail nationwide in 2010. The goal is to increase that number to 36 million in 2011. The company is currently growing at a rate of 10 percent per month and projects sales of more than $10 million 2011.
 
For more information, visit www.mudlickmail.com.

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