Visit Us At NACAC Seattle: Booth 401

Come By Booth 401 At NACAC Seattle And Get 30% Off Your Counselor Email List Purchase…And A Free $10 Amazon Gift Card!

Are you or anyone in your department going to be at the NACAC national conference in Seattle next week?

If so, don’t forget to come by booth 401 and  find out more about our High School Counselor outreach products and how you can connect with Counselors with our Counselor email lists, weekly Counselor newsletter, and our Counselor directories. Learn why we are the most trusted source in the industry for High School Counselor outreach and why nearly 1,000 higher-ed institutions rely on our data to increase their enrollment.

Take advantage of our show special and get up to 30% off your first purchase.

All attendees that stop by will receive a free daily planner plus fill out a quote request form and get a FREE $10 Amazon gift card. There are limited quantities so don’t wait!*

Look forward to seeing you all….in person!!

Thank you,
Glen Hauser Director of Sales
High School Counselor Marketing
*Legitimate inquires only. One gift card per school.


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