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About Mspark

Mspark, formerly MailSouth, Inc., is the largest independent provider of shared mail services nationwide, having partnered with clients to deliver reliable advertising solutions since 1988. Mspark's business success stems from a simple premise - provide measureable results and a solid return on the customer's marketing investment. Mspark is uniquely – more... positioned with access to more than 23 million U.S. households in 27 states and 550+ markets. The Company's 98% household penetration in non-metro geographies is unsurpassed by other competitors. Mspark's portfolio of more than 3,000 clients includes consumer packaged goods manufacturers, retailers and service providers across the U.S.

Mspark was acquired by Court Square Capital Partners in 2010, enabling the company to continue to grow markets and frequency across rural America with a goal of offering advertisers greater access to the rural consumer. Mspark is led by President and CEO Albert Braunfisch. – lessMore from ZoomInfo »

Mspark Employer Reviews

Account Manager (Current Employee), Fort Collins, COAugust 18, 2014
HR Generalist (Current Employee), HelenaJuly 21, 2014
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee), Helena, ALFebruary 25, 2014

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