Case Studies

  • Poll Shows that Vets Prefer Tele-Town Halls

    The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS), a veteran affairs group serving vets in central Texas, hosted their second Tele-Town Hall event and it was a great success. Vets received important information on their healthcare benefits, access to medication, and upcoming events.

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  • SEIU Healthcare Illinois Case Study

    Since 2016, Tele-Town Hall® has had the distinct pleasure of working closely with SEIU Healthcare Illinois. The organization, which advocates for the rights and wellbeing of healthcare workers in Illinois, has conducted more than 600 Tele-Town Hall® events, over 200 IVR surveys, and more than 200 robo calls.

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  • SEIU 32BJ Case Study

    Since 2015, Tele-Town Hall® has the distinct pleasure of working closely with SEIU Local 32BJ chapters across the country. We’ve helped 32BJ conduct events on topics ranging from contract negotiations to Q&A’s with elected officials. In 2020, 32BJ partnered with Tele-Town Hall® for their important mission yet – reaching out to members during the coronavirus pandemic. 32BJ’s motto is “We are truly stronger together,” but never was there a more difficult time to stay connected.

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  • Australian Prime Minister Race

    The 2019 Australian Federal Election is the latest example of Tele-Town Hall’s ability to shape the outcome of an election. Prior to Election Day, every major pollster predicted that the Australian Labor Party (ALP) would prevail handedly. However, on election night, the Liberal Party of Australia (LPA), led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, stunned the world by securing a majority for the Liberal-National Coalition in Parliament. How did the Liberals pull off such an upset?

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  • Real Conversations Will Never Be Antiquated

    Technology has changed significantly over the last ten years, but the way we communicate has not. Conversations over the telephone remain the most effective way to connect. Other forms of communication— texting, emails, social media— have been integrated into telephones as accessories, not as alternatives that supersede them.

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