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Major League Baseball Names WebbMason Preferred Vendor for Printing and Promotional Services

WebbMason, an integrated marketing solutions and services company headquartered in suburban Baltimore, announced that it has been selected by Major League Baseball (MLB) as a preferred vendor for printing and promotional services to MLB franchise teams. This relationship expands WebbMason’s MLB presence. The company has provided printing services and promotional items for the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals baseball clubs since 2009.

As a preferred vendor, WebbMason can now offer all 30 MLB franchises across North America a variety of printing services, such as schedules and tickets, as well as custom, fully-integrated marketing and promotional programs to target each team’s fans and season ticket holders.

WebbMason currently provides a wide variety of integrated marketing, printing and promotional solutions to prominent global brands, including;

•           On-demand printing and automated promotional management.

•           Powerful direct mail and Smart Direct Mail campaigns.

•           Integrated multi-¬touch email marketing programs.

•           Award-winning website and microsite development.

•           Robust data analytics and reporting tools.

Leading trade organizations regularly recognize WebbMason for its successful marketing programs. In 2012, WebbMason was named “Top Seller of Commercial Printing” by the printing industry’s oldest and largest nonprofit association, the Print Services & Distributors Association (PSDA) and more recently earned a 2013 PEAK Award from the PSDA for its promotions and direct mail efforts. WebbMason was also recognized for its integrated event marketing solutions with a 2012 “EventTech Award” by Event Marketer magazine.

“We are honored to be selected by Major League Baseball as a preferred vendor. MLB joins a growing list of customers and partners who rely on WebbMason for effective integrated marketing services and premium quality printed and promotional items,” said Kip Webb, executive vice president and co-¬founder of WebbMason.

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