PRINCETON, NJ – ALC, (www.alc.com) an industry-leader in data-driven marketing, has partnered with Exchange magazine to provide direct marketers with a pathway for reaching key decision-influencers and decision-makers in the field of early childhood education.
For 38 Years, Exchange has been the pre-eminent publication for early childhood administrators, teachers, college professors and trainers who are committed to the health & well-being of young children. With 28,000 subscribers and a pass-along readership of over 330,000, Exchange has played a vital role in the betterment of our nation’s preschoolers and their families.
Exchange, a bimonthly publication, provides professionals with practical ideas and proven strategies for administering a successful early childhood program. Exclusively through ALC, you can now connect with this influential audience in early care and education. Over 90 percent of all Exchange magazine subscribers are directors or owners of early childhood programs, with over 80 percent managing programs with 50 or more children.
“Exchange Magazine’s audience is engaged, educated and influential with a shared belief in the importance of early education in the lives in our children”, says Kerry Fischette, VP Data Management at ALC. “They are not only educators but entrepreneurs who are consistently looking for ways to enhance the quality of services they provide.”
Ms. Fischette recommends Exchange for marketers of children’s educational products, furniture and decor, art materials, professional development, curriculum, publishing and fundraising.
Founded by Donn Rappaport in 1978, ALC has grown to become the leader in the field of data-driven marketing. The company employs some 200 data marketing professionals in its Princeton, NJ, headquarters and eight sales, marketing and account management locations around the country. ALC provides both postal and digital data marketing solutions to the leaders in virtually every business category. For more information, visit www.alc.com.
Exchange is a bimonthly publication focused on the administration of programs for young children. Exchange’s mission is to support center administrators with workable strategies, practical advice, and down-to-earth ideas for dealing with the serious responsibilities and demands they face each day.