Bananas can’t get cold. Milk mustn’t tip. Online food delivery still trips up companies. A day on the truck shows why.
direct marketing services, inc.
NYS Entity Status
- Merged Out (Mar 24, 1981)
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 24, 1981
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
1981 - DIRECT MARKETING SERVICES, INC.
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