Obviously there's no "Do Not Call" list that a business can be placed on, so I'm really just looking for advice/suggestions on how to deal with the 6-10 new contacts I receive weekly (both calls and emails) from people who want to meet with me so they can discuss their "solutions to my printing/website/branding problems." We have a printer we are happy with, have JUST redone our website, and our branding is just fine, thank you very much. This is typically how I respond: "Thank you for your interest in our company. At this time we have no need for your _______ services; however I will keep your information on file in the event that we do want to explore these options in the future." Needless to say, they STILL contact me, insisting we meet so they explain what they do in person. I do NOT HAVE TIME to meet with all these people! How do I get them to STOP contacting me? If I simply ignore them, they start calling other people in the company who then forwards me their calls and emails. I can't escape them! I say I get 6-10 NEW contacts a week--that's not counting the rapidly growing number of OLD contacts that just won't take NO for an answer. I want to be polite, and I really do keep their contact info on file because sometimes I do explore options when pricing a print job, etc. But the number of phone calls and emails I get every day is absolutely ridiculous. I can't get my job done some days! Any advice that doesn't involve nuclear weapons? Thanks!