PRESS RELEASE: Direct Edge Campaigns Receives Highest Industry Honor

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For Immediate Release: March 20, 2017 Contact: Ashley Harvey

Direct Edge Campaigns Receives Highest Industry Honor

American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) recognizes Direct Edge Campaigns for exceptional work during its annual conference

HUNTINGTON BEACH— Direct Edge Campaigns was awarded two coveted Pollie Awards from the AAPC, the industry’s highest honor bestowed upon political consultants at the national and international level. Direct Edge Campaigns was recognized in the categories of Best Use of Slate Mail – “Morrisey/Mooney 2nd Amendment”(West Virginia Republican Party) – and Best Use of Humor – “The Lobbyist Superhero” (Tennessee Federation for Children PAC) – in the campaign to defeat 18-year incumbent State Representative Curry Todd.

“We are pleased to receive these prestigious awards in two different categories for our work this past election cycle,” said Direct Edge President Gregory Gleaves. “The contest was more competitive than ever this year, so being selected out of the many talented entries is an honor.”

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The annual Pollie Awards & Conference brings the leading political professionals in the world together to network and hear from top technology innovators, pollsters, pundits and service providers. The bipartisan awards are presented by the AAPC to members of the political advertising and communications industry who have demonstrated superior work on behalf of their candidates and causes.

The AAPC announced this year’s winners at the 2017 Annual Pollie Awards & Conference on March 17 in Huntington Beach, CA. Award winners were selected by a blind jury.

About AAPC

Founded in 1969, the AAPC is a multi-partisan organization of political and public affairs professionals dedicated to improving democracy. The AAPC has over 1,250 members hailing from all corners of the globe.  It is the largest association of political and public affairs professionals in the world. For more information, see www.theaapc.org.