Partida & Associates, leading political firm focusing on Hispanic Voter Turnout, has launched the firm's website, www.partida-associates.com.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 6, 2004 -- Partida & Associates, a leading
political consulting firm focusing on Hispanic Voter Turnout, is pleased to
announce the launch of the firm’s new website, www.partida-associates.com. The new site provides users with a
comprehensive overview of the firm, including detailed services.
“It’s not about targeting the Hispanic community…it’s about targeting the Hispanic voter,” has been our motto since the inception of this firm.” stated Neftalí Partida, President and CEO of Partida & Associates. “This website will assist in highlighting the firm’s expertise in targeting the Hispanic Electorate and present our motto to a global audience.”
Established in 2003 by Neftalí Partida, Partida & Associates has rapidly gained the reputation as being one of the leading firms targeting Hispanic Voters. While other Latino firms can target the Hispanic community as a whole and spend scarce resources with non-voters, Partida & Associates is a political firm with proven experience in identifying Hispanic voters and their voting culture, and getting them to the polls. The firm's corporate headquarters is located in Houston, Texas.
“As time goes by, candidates, political parties, PACS and others will realize that hiring a Latino advertising agency or a Latino marketing firm to target Hispanic voters is not the solution.” concluded Mr. Partida. “What we do is a unique science and I am optimistic that our expertise will be greatly sought after as the Hispanic voter continues to become the deciding factor in elections throughout the nation.”
Media interested in setting up an interview with Neftalí Partida of Partida & Associates may contact him at (713) 204-1073 or by email e-mail protected from spam bots. To request a digital copy of Partida & Associates brochure send a brief email to e-mail protected from spam bots.
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Source : http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/5/prweb123748.htm