Elettore strikes an intentional balance with our clients. Your community relations success is not about us, it is about you.
In fact, when we are singled out for attention – as we were when presented a 2013 Business Council for the Arts' Obelisk Award – we get a little embarrassed. We know that we ignite and manage successful collaborations ... but it's not to stand in the spotlight. Our satisfaction comes with figuring out what it will take to reach your objectives.
"THANK YOU FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP"
Still, our clients are appreciative. Here is what a few have had to say:
| Elettore’s counsel and community engagement proved vital for us as we navigated through numerous potential pitfalls in our West Dallas real estate development efforts.
Tree mitigation, a trailer park relocation, a highly active and passionate community – any one of these things could have derailed us. Instead, Elettore not only "solved" these potential problems with us – they created mutually beneficial solutions for both our development business and the community.
While it would be easy to feel like an interloper in this neighborhood, particularly as a developer, Randall and Jeff’s work have really made us feel like a part of the fabric that makes this area of the city so great.
Todd McCulloch, Director at Wood Partners
Friends of Fair Park relies heavily on Elettore to help us understand how to communicate in today's ever-changing world. Their research is thorough and helps us understand why they are recommending a course of action.
fairpark.org, our website, is the only site for all of the park. Keeping it up to date, accurate, and fun is a big responsibility and Elettore has fulfilled our expectations helping to increase attendance and fulfill event sponsors' expectations.
Billy Dean, 2015 Chairman, Board of Directors, Friends of Fair Park
|The City of Dallas asked the Trinity Commons Foundation to plan and produce the Trinity River Revel which was the official opening of the Trinity Skyline Trail, the Continental Pedestrian Bridge, and the West Dallas Gateway. We engaged Elettore.
Rather than the normal ribbon cutting with speeches, they came up with rolling ribbon cutting. People on bicycles rode the Trail and, at the halfway mark, the Mayor cut the ribbon. For the Continental Bridge, they came up with a day long festival including a Gospel Brunch for three hundred and a moonlight dance under the stars with a big band.
It was truly a joyous public event.
Craig Holcomb, Executive Director, Trinity Commons Foundation
|Thank you for your leadership of the AFP-Dallas Chapter board retreat. The new model of leadership and member participation you presented has challenged us in a way I was not expecting. I hope everyone will embrace this and make our chapter even more relevant.
Diana Marquis, CFRE, 2015 President, Board of Directors, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater Dallas Chapter