AUBURN, Nebraska, March 29, 2017—BCom Solutions LLC is proud to announce they are the recipients of a prestigious Pollie Award from the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC).
The highly sought-after achievement is one-of-a-kind in the world of political communications and public affairs, widely recognized as the industry's highest honor bestowed upon political consultants at the national and international levels.
This year’s winners include campaigns from various backgrounds and magnitudes, from presidential to gubernatorial, with more than 2,200 entrants submitted. BCom Solutions’s was honored for their work on Omaha mayoral candidate Heath Mello’s website.
“We believe the Heath Mello for Mayor site was chosen for its user-friendly design and functionality,” CEO Brent Comstock said. “The site provides the important information constituents need when deciding who to cast their vote for, but more importantly, its scope reaches beyond being a simple web page and instead serves as an action-oriented hub.”
Comstock noted the company’s top priority when building the Mello site was to encourage the citizens of Omaha to become involved, whether through easily making a donation, sharing content, or signing-up for email updates. He also added the importance of accessibility, which is the website is available in Spanish in addition to standard English.
“We couldn’t have done this without the partnership and commitment of our friends at Team Mello,” Comstock said. Adding, “We enjoy working together and look forward to taking home our biggest victory after the election.”
ABOUT THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF POLITICAL CONSULTANTS
Founded in 1969, the AAPC is a multi-partisan organization of political and public affairs professionals dedicated to improving democracy. The AAPC has over 1,350 members hailing from all corners of the globe. It is the largest association of political and public affairs professionals in the world. AAPC members consist of political consultants, media consultants, pollsters, campaign managers, corporate public affairs officers, professors, fund-raisers, lobbyists, congressional staffers and vendors.