A few months before the 2004 general elections in the U. S., an advertising agency in Ohio hosted Chuck Underwood’s nonpartisan half-day seminar in Generational Campaign Strategy. Soon after, the agency was asked to promote a local ballot-issue campaign, using generational strategy.
In the election that year, there were three similar ballot-issue campaigns in the state of Ohio. The one that made use of generational strategy was the only one that voters passed.
Chuck Underwood’s training programs in Generational Political And Campaign Strategy are designed to enhance:
•Staff And Volunteer Recruitment
•Marketing, Advertising And Public Relations
•… and more.
Chuck says: “My company and I are staunchly nonpartisan, independent, and committed to what is best for America at any given time. If this training seminar will help elected leaders to better understand and serve Americans, then I’m happy to present it to them.”
To contact TGI about Generational Political and Campaign Strategy:
PH: 937.247.1123 (Ohio)