Direct Mail Magazines

AmMax Publications' printing program unites magazine publishers with printers and other service providers to obtain lower costs by maximizing efficiencies in production and fulfillment.  Over the years our publishers' direct mail coupon magazines and other community publications have grown in page count and added value to rank them among the most successful magazines in the industry and leading publications in their communities. 


Our web site provides information and resources for...

►  Advertisers –  Request information and quotes for any of our publisher's coupon magazine mailing areas. (click here)

►  Non-member Publishers -  Review our program's advantages (click here) and register to compare your costs and printing options for direct mail magazines.

  New Publisher Business Opportunity - Review the benefits of owning your own coupon magazine business and achieving financial security and stability while working from home. (click here)

►  Member Publisher - Password protected section contains all the information you need to manage your business, plus numerous tools to make your magazines more efficient and profitable. (click here)

►  Printing Quotes - If you're looking for printing for magazines, postcards, direct mail pieces, magnet cards, on-line e-mags, etc, just tell us your specifications and we'll be happy to quote your next job.  (click here)


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Abe Lincoln on the Post Road 1833

He failed in business in '31.  He was defeated for state legistator in '32.  He tried another business in '33.  It failed.
His fiancee died in '35.  He had a nervous breakdown in '36.  In '43 he ran for Congress and was defeated.  He tried again in '48 and was defeated again.  He tried running for Senate in '55.  He lost.  The next year he ran for Vice President and lost.  In '59 he ran for Senate again and was defeated.  In 1860 the man who signed his name A. Lincoln, was elected the 16th President of the United States.  The difference between history's boldest
accomplishments, and its most staggering failues is often, simply, the diligent will to persevere."

(After failing in business in as a storekeeper in 1833, Abe Lincoln became Postmaster of New Salem, Ill.  The job paid $50 a year.  It was during this time he also earned his room and board as a "rail-splitter.")


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