UTICA, MI, JULY 13, 2003 – InetSolution, Inc. launched today a new e-commerce web site for embroidery supply distributor The Embroidery Store, based in High Point, North Carolina. The site, www.embstore.com, caters to businesses that manufacture custom apparel and embroidered corporate identity products. The site boasts a product inventory of over 3,000 items, allowing customers to order on-line and pay with credit card, COD or purchase order. InetSolution, Inc. provided web site planning, design and .NET programming services, and also hosts the web site. The Embroidery Store is a wholesale and retail supplier of products to the custom embroidery manufacturing industry. The company currently sells over 40,000 products via a mail order catalog and e-commerce web site. The company’s web address is www.embstore.com. InetSolution, Inc. is an innovative provider of Internet technology solu... [More]
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You have successfully aggregated a database of your customers, and your marketing team is anxious to extend their reach to e-mail.
It's a tempting proposition. No printing costs, no postage and no lag time so why not use it as often as possible? Because everyone else is abusing the privilege of a customer's trust and without tremendous restraint, discretion and planning, your valuable messages are lost in the din of the crowd. [More]