Sundance Vacations Supports Local Candidates for Election
Wilkes-Barre, PA (November 5, 2009) – Sundance Vacations held their first political campaign at the company’s Tamaqua location to support local Republican Candidates for election.
Sundance Vacations successfully spread the word. The company encouraged all Republican voters to get to the polls to support all Republican candidates for local office including Steve Searfass for Carbon County Judge for the Court of Common Pleas and Jane Orie Melvin, Candidate for State Supreme Court.
The company was hired by the Carbon County Republican Committee, and Sundance Vacations President John Dowd was in attendance to oversee the campaign efforts. “Sundance Vacations Marketers were excited to work on this special election project today. As a manager, this was a great opportunity to be a part of something so local and timely. I feel certain the Tamaqua office was able to encourage citizens to get out and have their voice be heard-we’re a very persuasive group,” said Tamaqua Marketing Manager Anastasia Brezna.
The company is most concerned with getting all voters to get out and vote. As a civic duty, it is important that your voice and opinion be heard. No matter what your stance on any given issue, it is important to vote.
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