Earl Hogan became an active member of Kansas City Direct Marketing Association (KCDMA) back in 1968. Forty-two years later – in 2010 – the Board decided to give him an Honorary Lifetime Membership. But even after that, he kept attending monthly meetings — as a means for staying abreast. He says he can usually count on coming away from every meeting with a new thought or idea. He told someone that he was mindful of what Henry Ford once said:
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty-one or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greater thing in life is to keep your mind young.”
Besides his mind, Earl works at keeping physically fit, too – by walk-jogging three miles most days of the week and pumping iron three to four times a week. He continues to serve clients, and looks to share his direct marketing experience with new, prospective business-to-business companies. He hopes that you’ll take a few minutes now to review some of the successful programs he’s developed.