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Jenny Spicola

Fulfillment Specialist

Jenny, an East Coast native, studied Spanish and Dance at Mount Holyoke College before moving to Wisconsin.  She completed her MA in Spanish Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and moved to Milwaukee to teach Spanish.  Jenny taught Middle and High School Spanish for five years before deciding to seek out her next adventure!

Jenny doesn’t sit still very well – she also teaches Pure Barre classes and works at lululemon where she prides herself in knowing all of the color codes.

Jenny lives in Milwaukee with her black cat, Toby, and is excited to join the Magellan Promotions team as Fulfillment Specialist!

What would be your baseball walk out song?

Ready For It… by Taylor Swift

If you could have dinner with anyone from history, who would it be?

Nick Saban, Roll Tide!

What was your favorite band/artist 10 years ago?

Above & Beyond

If you could instantly pick up a new skill, what would it be?

Speed reading – I love reading but there are so many books and not enough time!

What job would you be terrible at?

Restaurant critic

Postage Permits

We are happy to mail using a client’s USPS non-profit number. Here are a few best practices for this to go smoothly. Let our team know up front on the project so we can make sure to get the information we need right away. 

While our mail house does prefer to use their permit number for the mailing, we can use the client’s permit, If using their permit number, ensure there is enough postage to cover the mailing.

The information we need to in order to use a client’s nonprofit number includes the following:

Formatting the Mailing List

Our account team will advise on specific requirements for your project’s mailing list.  We generally recommend these best practices to format the mailing list: