Wildlife Protection Donors and Gift Givers
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The Wildlife Protection Donors and Gift Givers mailing list allows you to market to consumers who give generously to organizations supporting wildlife and wildlife programs. These donors are men and women who provide monetary donations and gifts to support the foundations, zoological organizations, and more that are working to preserve future wildlife species, breeding programs, and habitats.
Consumers who are monetary gift givers of wildlife organizations are animal lovers and want to see the future of various wildlife specifies protected and preserved. These individuals and professionals are concerned citizens, zookeepers, scientists, biologists, game wardens, park service personnel, and organization administrators. They donate money to support research performed by renowned zoos, wildlife parks, and wildlife federations to continue efforts in increasing the survival rates of land and sea species like whales, seals, tigers, gorillas, lions, elephants, and exotic birds. They believe in the ethical and humane treatment of animals and work to abolish poaching practices for monetary gain.
Along with donations to their favorite wildlife organization, these individuals purchase wildlife themed merchandise like home décor, t-shirts, jackets, hand bags, water bottles, key chains, collector’s plates, stuffed animals, DVDs, figurines, wall art, blankets, pillows, clocks, books, and magazines. These consumers purchase merchandise through catalogs, ecommerce stores, direct mail offers, zoos, television infomercials, and wildlife organizations.
Many consumers in the Wildlife Protection Donors and Gift Givers mailing list are also pet lovers. Along with donating to their favorite wildlife organization, they buy pet related products such as pet foods, grooming supplies, leashes, collars, medical supplies, pet beds, tags and licenses, and supplements for their animal companion.
Consumers in the Wildlife Protection Donors and Gift Givers mailing list are open to marketing offers from collectible dealers, DVD retailers, book and magazine publishers, apparel retailers, fundraising organizations, wildlife organizations, animal shelters, zoos, wild animal parks, home décor retailers, and pet suppliers.