Contact: Krystal Collazo, Senior Public & Media Relations Manager, WDC Media PR, 877-862-3600, 786-566-2452 Direct, KrystalCollazo@wdcmedia.com
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- WDC Media, the nation’s fastest growing faith and values based public relations firm, announced it has been retained by FaithFone Wireless to facilitate public relations, strategic media relations, and marketing communications.
“As a specialist in strategic faith-based media relations, WDC is honored to be named the agency of record for FaithFone Wireless,” said Susan Zahn, founding president of WDC Media. “WDC is looking forward to a fruitful campaign that will produce tremendous exposure for FaithFone Wireless through a targeted national media campaign that will create heightened brand awareness for our new client.”
FaithFone Wireless targets ministry partners that are committed to growing and expanding their organization using congregational communication tools to usher the ministry into the digital age and digital economy. The primary focus of the FaithFone business model is Personalized Communications Services for the mobile phone that include branded handsets with the ministry logo, a private SMS text portal that allows the pastor to send daily devotionals, Bible verses, life coaching, and event notifications directly to the mobile phone of the entire congregation.
Those members who are in contracts with other mobile phone carriers can simply purchase a brand mobile content card from their ministry that allows them to load all the Personalized Communications Services on their existing handset without changing carriers. FaithFone offers a revenue sharing and monthly residual to all ministry partners that sign up for the congregational communications package. To learn more about FaithFone Wireless, visit http://www.faithfonewireless.com.
Zahn reports that WDC Media senior publicists, Liane Worthington and Krystal Collazo will be spearheading FaithFone Wireless’ national publicity campaign. Since its launch in 2003, WDC Media has been effectively bridging the gap between religious America and the media.