Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2009
Pierry Interactive (http://www.pierryinteractive.com), a Redwood City interactive agency, today announced a new partnership with Cherlene Wright, a candidate for Redwood City Council. Cherlene Wright has retained Pierry Interactive to provide email marketing for the Committee to Elect Cherlene Wright(http://www.cherlenewright.com).
"We brought Pierry Interactive on board to help get the word out and because Pierry Interactive is a certified ExactTarget. Using email to not only reach voters, but get their feedback is a step forward in campaigning" said Cherlene. "As I am out precinct walking and participating in candidate forums, voters are commenting about the emails they have received. It is easy to see the immediate results of this type of campaigning with the emails, survey submissions and public feedback I am receiving."
"We are really excited to be working with Cherlene," said Josh Pierry, CEO of Pierry Interactive. "We love the opportunity to work with the local community, especially when we can help bring new technology to the political process - and Cherlene's 40% open rate is great when compared to traditional mailings that only get a 2-5% return rate. It seems people in Redwood City really want to be engaged with the political process and email is the method they prefer."
About Pierry Interactive:
Pierry Interactive is a Redwood City, CA boutique interactive agency specializes in email marketing, SEM consulting and SEO marketing.
About Cherlene Wright:
A life-long resident of Redwood City, Wright currently sits on Redwood City's Housing and Human Concerns Committee, having been appointed by the Redwood City Council in 2006. For the past eleven years she has been employed as a Deputy Probation Officer for San Mateo County, having previously worked for the San Mateo County District Attorney's office. Together with her husband and twin sons, Wright is an active volunteer in the community, working with Kainos Home and Training Center, the Police Activities League, and the Sequoia Hospital Foundation among others. She is a founder and current board member of Teach for Your Dreams and is a former member of the board of directors of the Redwood City Education Foundation and the local chapter of California Women Lead.