If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times – CampaignHQ has THE BEST employees.
There is no question.
Our CampaignHQ team are dedicated to the causes they work for, their passion shines through on each and every call. They are the hardest working people and they never shy away from a touch call or task.
It is my hope that this year above any other you have a peaceful and enjoyable Independence Day holiday weekend. While parades and firework celebrations may be cancelled in some parts of our country, honoring the joy of freedom and what our nation stands for will never be cancelled.
Please note, our office will be closed on Friday, July 3rd as we observe the holiday. We’ll be back in action on Monday, July 6th so please give us a call.
I had some fun sharing some key updates with candidates from across the country recently. I hope I was able to really show how CHQ has solutions for every size candidate and the one thing every one has in common right now is no one is really sure what Election Day will look like during a pandemic.
For today’s Fun Friday post, I thought I’d give you a little insight to one of the great communities CampaignHQ is proud to be a part of – Brooklyn, Iowa!
Here’s a great look at why CampaignHQ is located in Brooklyn.
If you ever have the pleasure of being in town, swing by and check out the flag display. “The Brooklyn Flag Display is located at 302 Jackson Street. It features a 20 x 38 foot flag flown on an 80 foot pole. The 80 foot flag pole was donated by Alex Wehrle. It is surrounded by flags from every state and the Armed Services Flags.”
Finally! The last installment of the Campaigns & Elections webinar. This one – personalizing conTEXT messages to voters. Hopefully you found these informative. Give me a call if we can get something started for you.
Catch more clips from the recent webinar hosted by Campaigns & Elections. This discussion revolved around about why it’s more advantageous to deliver your message via Peer to Peer text message versus a social media ad.