Red, White and Blue BBQ - 2019

Red, White and Blue BBQ - 2019
Date: Thursday, June 13, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 2 PM
Location: West Sacramento P&DC
3775 Industrial Blvd. Room 1080

Dave Lewis

 

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It is no small feat to make a talk on the Postal Service interesting and even fun, but somehow Dave Lewis manages to do just that. Dave has spent his career taking innovative new Postal programs and turning them into winning business propositions for marketers. In the process, he co-founded two web based companies – TrackMyMail (which was sold to Pitney Bowes in 2008), and SnailWorks, which he leads today. His specialty is leveraging innovative postal programs to advance direct mail and effectively coordinate it with online marketing.

 The Postal Service is doing some amazing things with technology these days, and Dave lives it every day.

 Dave is a sought-aer speaker in the mail and direct marketing industry. He speaks annually at the National Postal Forum, where he is regularly a top-rated speaker, and at industry events across the country. He has had featured articles in Mailing & Systems Technology, DM News, Target Marketing, and was even featured on the cover of Mail Magazine. A nationally recognized expert in all things mail, Dave’s presentations feature practical advice on making marketing work better. Dave has a BA from the University of Maryland.

Event Details

Event Name: Red, White and Blue BBQ - 2019
Show Event Date: Jun 13, 2019
Address: 3775 Industrial Blvd.Room 1080, West Sacramento, CA 95799-9998

Speakers

  • Dave Lewis

    President
    SnailWorks
    Frederick, MD

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