New Email List Assigned to Bethesda List Center


Special Education Teachers and Staff Email Postal Telephone List Available

More on Spindigit:

(Spin Digit Editorial):- Bethesda, Maryland Jan 19, 2022 ( – Bethesda List Center, Inc. today announces a new email list of Special Education Teachers.

The list has over 618,000 records with unique teacher email addresses in the US.  Demographics include School Type, Subject Type, and Geography.  Some of the over 20 teacher specialties include Autistic, Hearing Impaired, Speech, and Language, and Visually Challenged.

The Special Education Teachers Email List also includes additional staff selections such as Special Education Decision Maker, Special Education Chair, Special Needs Program Specialist.

Telephone Numbers and mailing addresses are available.

The marketing list is continuously updated. 

Full details and costs are available from this data card:

“We are delighted to add this new list to the many business-to-business lists we represent,” said Barbara Higgins, VP Operations. “Bethesda List Center has several lists in this area and this particular list is a good fit for many of the mailers looking to target special education teachers and staff for their marketing campaigns.”

List counts are rapidly available. Orders are processed very quickly.

Contact Barbara Higgins for more information.

She can be reached at [email protected] or by calling 301-968-1720.

About Bethesda List Center:


Bethesda List Center, Inc. is an international direct marketing firm headquartered in the Washington, DC suburb of Bethesda, MD. The company specializes in direct marketing postal and e-Mail lists, particularly in Association Membership, Healthcare, Education, Research and Development, Human Resources and Training, Construction and Infrastructure, Small Office/Home Office (SOHO), and Business and Professionals, in the United States and Worldwide

Media Contact

David James

[email protected]


4938 Hampden Ln 182, Bethesda, MD 20814

Source :Bethesda List Center, Inc

This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.