national debate over gun control is fought with words — words spoken in
Congress, printed in newspapers, and broadcast on radio, television and
across the Internet. Getting those words out requires money.
That’s very good news for InfoCision, the Northeast Ohio firm that is the chief telemarketer for the National Rifle Association.
Headquartered just over the Medina County line in Bath Township in
Summit County, InfoCision earned more than $53 million for its work for
the NRA from 2008 through 2011, according to tax documents.
Founded in 1982, InfoCision claims the title of the nation’s
second-largest privately held telemarketing company, providing
telephone, direct mail and Internet-based marketing for both charities
and for-profit companies across the nation.
The company has 4,400 employees in 32 call centers at a dozen sites
in Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada. With about
1,400 workers at its three-building campus in Bath Township, InfoCision
is Summit County’s 14th largest employer, according to Crain’s Cleveland