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LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, August 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing is here to help businesses and other organizations grow their client or customer base. Those groups focusing on working with other companies will find the many business postal mailing lists to be of use. They come with important details like the names and corporate titles of relevant decision-makers within these organizations that are responsible for considering these high-volume transactions.
For those organizations that are focused on working with the general public, a large array of consumer postal mailing lists are available. These listings can be broken down by both geographic and demographic requirements depending on the scope and need of the marketing plan. Whether it’s the retail consumer or B2B, Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing is ready to help.


The Origin Of Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing
Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing was founded on an idea from a disabled veteran. Having completed years of military service, the next step was to move in a different direction. That direction would be away from defense and into something entirely different; economic growth. The economic growth, in this case, would come in the form of helping American businesses to find more of that one commodity so essential to healthy expansion, more clients or customers. A start-up was formed in pursuit of this idea, and over the years, it grew to the point where it now proudly boasts a staff with over 50 years of combined experience in the marketing sector.

Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing’s first entered the marketing industry in a period just before a major shift occurred. The traditional, “analog” marketing techniques like television and radio advertising still dominated the business. However, as with other sectors, digital was starting as a small presence that made it clear that this platform would rapidly grow in importance. The company’s own foray into marketing was in direct mail, a choice that had the unintended side-effect of imparting crucial skillsets in data acquisition, management, and analytics.


Then, as expected, digital marketing quickly proved to be a new and important platform that needed new services and thinking to take advantage of it. The company’s own data-centric focus put it in a fortunate position to enjoy an early mover advantage. It integrated digital marketing into its range of services and let it enjoy significant early gains that benefitted both Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing and the clients it served.


Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing’s early operational range was initially limited to its hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. Today, however, the company’s service range is now the entire United States, including Alaska and Hawaii. It also provides total coverage for the continent, with marketing services available for Canada and Mexico. Even businesses ready to go international can now cross the Atlantic and enter European Union markets like France, thanks to new international databases.


All Professions Provide Key Marketing Insights
One important aspect of demographic research is indicators. There is no guarantee that a person with specific characteristics will always behave in a particular way or have a fixed, 100% guaranteed specific purchasing behavior, but a collection of characteristics raises the statistical likelihood of behaving in certain ways, including economic and purchasing behavior. For example, people in the medical profession will have an understandable and much higher chance of being interested in and more aware of health issues and health-related products and services. The same is true for people who are interested in physical fitness.


This holds with any profession for which there are more specific and intensive demands, including the many firefighters in America. It doesn’t matter whether a community is densely urban or sparsely rural; wherever people live, there is always a fire risk, and there is always a municipal or even state-level fire fighting organization located somewhere to be dispatched in case of emergency. Like other contingencies, such as the military, firefighter departments are something any community wants on standby, ready to go, not having to assemble out of nothing when a fire finally happens and the need for firefighting occurs.


A Venerable Tradition
The United States has enjoyed some kind of organized firefighting force since its earliest days as a series of European colonies. Initially, these firefighting units were strictly voluntary, as population centers were small, and fires were less likely. The first firefighting station in the USA was formed in Philadelphia in 1763.


Initially, the original firefighting groups were sponsored by insurance companies, which had a vested interest in minimizing property damage and thus potential payouts to clients with insurance policies. However, as America’s population grew, urban centers became denser, and the likelihood of fires increased with all those wooden structures packed closely together, it became clear that larger, dedicated, more organized, and formal firefighting groups were required, and this is how the first full-time, professional firefighters were formed. Cincinnati was actually the first American city, in 1853, to have a formal firehouse station, with firefighters whose full-time job was to handle fire situations and have the training to do so.


More Than Just Fires
The firefighters of today were formed as a result of three major factors. The first was the invention of the steam fire engine, a technology that made dedicated firefighters more feasible and practical. Another factor was the urging of fire insurance companies to have something to minimize property damage. In contrast, the final factor was the belief that paid professionals with formal training would do better than a ragtag volunteer force.


This eventually resulted in a capable force of professionals whose activities extended to more than just fires as their presence in towns and cities became more widespread. The infamous cliché of a fire department helping to rescue a cat from a tree, for example, does happen from time to time, as firefighters are now considered part of an overall Emergency Medical Response system and are not always called in strictly for situations requiring fire management for other cases where their unique equipment, such as the turntable ladder truck, can be used to reach great heights for rescue operations that would otherwise be inaccessible.


Different Branches
Firefighting today comprises many different types because fires themselves often require specific solutions and methods. Today’s firefighters may be specialized in branches like:

- Airport Firefighting
Airports have their own unique challenges that are better addressed by an experienced firefighting force. Between planes and refueling vehicles, which are filled with highly flammable fuels, the expensive hardware used to maintain planes, the consideration for large crowds in and around airports, and the many valuables that are stored away in luggage, firefighters that know their way around the specific hazards and challenges of an airport have a higher chance of quick success.

- Highrise Firefighting
A very specific concern for any major urban center. As urban density has gone up, so has the height of the buildings, with many businesses, condos, and apartment complexes rising far beyond the two or three floors of the average detached residential home. Highrise firefighting has a great set of specific challenges, such as evacuating people from a rooftop, reaching them from higher floors with turntable ladders, and fighting the fire itself in such a way as to preserve the structural integrity of the building and prevent a collapse.

- Hazardous Materials Firefighting
Today’s world increasingly relies on sophisticated and often synthesized chemicals and materials, such as petroleum, which, when it burns, will not be put out by the simple addition of water. Hazardous materials firefighting is especially important for industrial firefighting where substances may be involved that require specific firefighting materials and techniques if there is going to be any hope of putting them out, rather than letting them burn themselves out and throwing up toxic fumes and vapors into the area that present a health risk to everyone.

- Wildland Firefighting
And of course, with America still having large tracts of wildland, these expansive areas, combined with climate change, have created vast regions where it only takes lightning in some dry lands, or even just carelessness while throwing a party, to set an entire forest on fire that can rage for days or even weeks. In recent years, wildland firefighting has become even more important as fires have significantly risen from occasional, once-in-a-generation occurrences to major annual events. California, in particular, has experienced frequent wildland fires requiring experienced, practiced firefighting strategies. Even then, sometimes, the best that can be hoped for is directing and managing the fire away from vulnerable population centers, not actually putting them out in a timely fashion.


A Specific Market
Firefighters are located throughout America, and, like the police force, there is always a guarantee that firefighters will be present in any populated area, even if they are responsible for covering several areas in a rural jurisdiction. Because of the specific nature of their activity, this also means that firefighters will have some common characteristics that can be predicted and appealed to with the right product, service, and marketing approach. The possible areas of interest to firefighters break down into various products and services.

Insurance
Although firefighters receive support from their jobs, insurance will always be an ever-present concern, especially for those with families. Medical insurance may not be so much of an issue, but life insurance and others remain a concern for those concerned for the welfare of their families.


Legal
Another area where family plays a major concern is in the legal passing on of properties. Unfortunately, firefighting is a dangerous job, which can lead to injury or, in the worst cases, death. Legacy legal considerations such as a will are important to ensure a structure is in place to care for loved ones in the event of death.

Health & Fitness
Of course, being a firefighter is a physically demanding job. Endurance and physical strength are important for emergency situations, such as carrying people out of a fire zone or lifting heavy objects to get through. Products and services related to maintaining fitness are important for firefighters looking to ensure they have the highest chance of success and survivability for any job.


Firefighters Have A Large Demographic Range
Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing has databases available for firefighters all over the United States. These databases are carefully organized to ensure easy access. However, perhaps more importantly, they are constantly updated and verified to ensure legitimacy so that the leads are still live and receptive.
The database for firefighters around the United States is ready for a national-scale strategy but can also be scoped down to a specific part of the country, such as only the New England region. Of course, it’s also possible to target a single state, such as only California, or even a specific neighborhood in a town or city, such as only the firefighters in Venice Beach, Los Angeles. Demographic breakdowns are also available, targeting characteristics like ethnicity, religious affiliation, and financial ranking.


Contact details are available in multiple formats. Direct mail campaigns get physical mailing addresses, while digital marketing gets email addresses. Telemarketing gets home or business phone numbers, and it’s possible to get cell phone numbers for SMS/text-based marketing.


Some businesses may be interested in hands-on management of a direct mail campaign but hesitate to do so due to a lack of experience. There are turnkey direct mail solutions for this. The service takes clients through all the stages of the process with planning, printing and manufacturing, and distribution under one roof. This eliminates the usual need to source and vet different vendors for the different stages.
If you’re interested in listings for firefighters around the United States, contact Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing. When you work with us, you support an American company owned and operated by a disabled veteran.

Anny Gallardo
Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing
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