We telephoned some longtime clients to ask what they liked about The Rich Register. Here's what they said:
"I run a development department for a national non-profit. We've raised $100,000 for our capital campaign from three donors that we discovered in The Rich Register. Not a bad return for our $340 investment!"
- W. Tomlin, development director of a worldwide, health-oriented non-profit
"I first tried The Rich Register when my firm decided to start a division that focused exclusively on high net worth individuals. For us, at least, The Rich Register proved to be the perfect way for us to build up the business quickly."
- J. Stackman, chief marketing officer for a large money management company
"I'll tell you the truth - I don't need The Rich Register to know that Bill Gates or Warren Buffett have billions of dollars. Everybody knows that. It's the ones with $75 million or $50 million that I am interested in. That's why I use The Rich Register."
E. Weaver, executive director of a major arts organization
"I've been a prospect researcher at three different organizations in the last 10 years. The first thing I do is make sure we have The Rich Register. I think of it as a basic tool that any development office should use."
- S. Kalipsky, prospect researcher for a child welfare organization
"I sell luxury estates for a living and that means I have to be able to find clients who can afford $15 million or $20 million properties. Well, The Rich Register has thousands of them. I'd be crazy not to use it."
- C. Steinman, California real estate agent
"One day a few years ago a buddy of mine said I should get this thing called The Rich List. That's what you guys used to be called, right? [Yes]. So anyway, I figured I only needed to get one new client to cover the cost, so I gave it a try. Well, I got eleven clients. They're still with me to this day."
- J. Giraldi, broker/account manager for a major Wall Street investment firm