Breaking News: Majority Strategies and Gridiron Communications
JACKSONVILLE, FL – Majority Strategies today announced a merger with Gridiron Communications, an award-winning strategic data, mail, and digital solutions provider.
Gridiron’s head of sales, Chris Faulkner, will be joining Majority Strategies as a Senior National Strategist.
“We are proud of our record of creativity and innovation in delivering solutions for our clients and look forward to taking the next step with the Majority Strategies family and building upon those successes,” said Chris and his wife and Gridiron founder, Angela.
A veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Chris has been involved in Republican politics since the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election campaign, where he contributed to the “72 Hour Task Force” that revolutionized the way Republicans approached Get-Out-The-Vote activities. Chris and his wife founded the Campaign Victory School at the Republican National Committee in 2005 to focus on bringing more analytics to the planning and execution of GOTV programs.
Majority Strategies CEO Brett T. Buerck added, “Chris is nationally recognized as an expert in voter targeting and grassroots mobilization. With the Gridiron Communications merger and the addition of Chris to our team of strategists, Majority Strategies is positioned to provide an unmatched level of targeting and strategic solutions that deliver the right message at the right time to the right audience of people.”
In addition to the hiring of Faulkner, the merger with Gridiron Communications adds additional talent to the Majority Strategies strategic fulfillment team that oversees the creative development, production, and execution of print and digital advertising plans.
With over 20 years of experience, Majority Strategies offers a wide range of specialized product solutions focused on the persuasion and motivation of voters, constituents, consumers, elected officials, and membership organizations, including digital, mobile, and print advertising.
For more information, please visit www.MajorityStrategies.com.