Located on Potrero Hill in San Francisco since 1996
Our main headquarters at 1099 Mariposa Street
Direct Mail Center is a full-service printing, mailing and fulfillment company based in San Francisco since 1983. We produce all aspects of direct mail campaigns: database management, mailing lists, one-to-one marketing, complex multi personalization, fundraising packages, in our 17,000 sq ft facility. We excel in managing direct mail campaigns efficiently with success in mind.
Clients work directly with their dedicated account manager throughout their project. They will be able to answer your questions and offer suggestions to help increase the efficiency of a mailing, or any other options. Whether it is list, design, schedule, or postage, our team of experts is here to assist you.
You will benefit from our continuous investment in latest technology in software, hardware and machinery, including our digital printing capability amongst the best print quality. You can always count on the lowest postage possible, including the USPS full-service intelligent mail.
Since data security against threats is extremely important, we have invested time and tools to have the most secured network. We can therefore reduce & manage any attack through deep broad visibility and stop advanced threats though integrated breach prevention.
Direct Mail Center is the preferred vendor of many Bay Area companies. For any job sizes, as small as 200 pcs or as large as a million pieces, we handle these with the same goal: the success of the campaign.
Direct Mail Center qualifies in the following preference programs:
- Registered and approved vendor to the City & County of San Francisco, San Mateo County and Santa Clara County
- Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the Human Rights Commission of San Francisco
- Certified Small Business (SBA) by the State of California
- California Certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
“Direct Mail Center, thanks for the fantastic news that the job was delivered to the post office today! And thanks for yet another job well done.”