Historical Studies Fans Book and Video Buyers
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|1 Month Recency||+ $25.00/M|
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Historical Studies Fan’s Book and Video Buyers mailing list allows you to market to consumers who have made two or more purchases of historical books, DVDs, and videos. These consumers are men and women who purchase books on the Civil War, European history, and more for their personal reading pleasure or as an educational resource.
Consumers who purchase history books and videos are history buffs and educators that study or teach the historical events that shaped nations and the world. Amateur history buffs enjoy reading about the history of a particular time period or event while history teachers purchase historical reference books for their high school or college students. History book buyers purchase hardback books, paperback books, and DVDs on major world wars, the industrial revolution, the domination of the Roman Empire, strategic military offenses, Pearl Harbor, or the evolution of flight.
Consumers in the Historical Studies Fan’s Book and Video mailing list may choose a particular history genre and buy books and tapes on American, aviation, world, African American, Asian, historical biography, ancient, Middle Eastern, and historical fiction books. Besides history publications, these consumers make related purchases of patriotic décor, apparel, American flags, historical calendars, artwork, sculptures and figurines, hats, collectible plates, magazines, and collectible coins.
History buffs buy historical books and videos for themselves and as gifts for family members or friends. Their gift recipients who are avid history enthusiast receive books, movies, and videos on birthdays and holidays. History book consumers purchase historical products from book clubs, catalogs, online websites, book stores, and direct mail marketers.
Consumers in The Historical Studies Fan’s Book and Video mailing list are open to marketing offers from book and magazine publishers, DVD retailers, apparel retailers, historical décor retailers, historical societies and organizations, book clubs, flag manufacturers, and historical accessory providers.