Bill Stuffer


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A generic term for health-related information and other literature sent to a client along with a bill for services
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Department of Health and Human Services recently collaborated on the flyer and bill stuffer, which reminds people about the inherent dangers that garbage collectors--whether drivers or those on the ground--face from other drivers when collecting trash and recyclables on American streets.
To help educate consumers and policy-makers about the dangers of this plan, NTCA created an online resource area that features a range of communications tools--a consumer-focused video, letters to the editor, a bill stuffer, a resolution, newsletter articles and a slide show--to support member telcos' grassroots advocacy and outreach efforts.
And you can get extra mileage out of a published article by using it as a bill stuffer or framing it and hanging it in your waiting room.
We also strive to connect with customers by offering specials that entice them to act by either mailing in a bill stuffer for a new service feature, or by placing a call to one of our customer service representatives for details.
Norbert Brandner sent us a bill stuffer he got from his South Dakota bank.
Park Region included a simple choices registration slip with each bill stuffer, and customers were asked to bring the slip to the telco's offices, along with a cash or nonperishable food item for the local Salvation Army.
PSW annually sends a bill stuffer explaining A Helping Hand and asking for donations to support this worthwhile program to each of its 300,000 customer accounts.
Bill stuffers inform customers that they can choose 10 LED bulbs in various wattages and colors.
With so many methods of communicating to members and employees--direct mail, bill stuffers, printed newsletters, video newsletters, bulletin boards, newspapers, phone and voice mail, radio, television, club presentations, member committees, board meetings, e-mail, Internet, texting, Facebook and You Tube, among them--Ray says communicators can be excused for sometimes feeling a little like Stretch Armstrong.
If we try radio campaigns or bill stuffers or flyers in equipment rental places and we notice that in a certain area there are more calls for locates, then we know that type of advertising is working," he says.
Hard cost take-out, such as eliminating printing, envelopes, postage and bill stuffers, offers a perfect opportunity for utilities and other industries to dramatically reduce operating expenses at this critical time in our economy, while actually enhancing the customer experience.