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Aviator College

In 2015, Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology contracted with Solutions Partnership to produce a video, designed to drive traffic to the flight school’s website. Aviator’s target market is 18-to-25-year-old males from around the world. Focusing on the college’s location on Florida’s east coast, its fast track program, student lifestyle and affordability, Solutions Partnership developed the video’s concept, wrote the script, contracted a camera crew and videography team, managed the editing of the video and produced the video in four ...

Cumberland Farms

Metro Group Development wanted to site a Cumberland Farms location in the Darwin Square area of Port St. Lucie but faced challenges due to the physical constraints of the lot and the location of city-owned utilities and easements.  In addition to plat approval and site plan approval, Metro Group also needed to reach an agreement with the city for relocation of the utility easement and existing sewer lines to another part of the property and they were hoping to ...

Friends in Pink

In 2013, due to a copyright infringement after a decade of use, a local nonprofit that pays medical bills for people fighting breast cancer, was required to change its name from Pink Tie Friends to Friends in Pink.  This change required re-educating thousands of stakeholders while continuing critical fundraising efforts. Jeannette led the strategic planning and re-branding initiative. Her work included producing a video; creating a 10-year anniversary logo; developing and managing monthly events, including a friendship luncheon, Corks for ...

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Indian River, St. Lucie and Okeechobee Counties wanted to secure their future funding by creating and maintaining an endowment fund. The organization wanted to raise $100,000 to establish the fund. BBBS sought out the advice and assistance of Solutions Partnership’s Jeannette Weiss.  She, in turn, created and produced a video appeal for the nonprofit. The very first time the video was shown, an anonymous donor wrote a check for the entire $100,000, saying that the video ...

No On Four

In 2012, an anti-growth group managed to get what was called the “Florida Hometown Democracy” amendment on the ballot, requiring voters to approve any changes to local comprehensive plans. The issue was a difficult one because, on its face, it seemed democratic. A statewide organization to fight the amendment was formed. Maureen worked closely with the Treasure Coast region’s leader to provide strategic and marketing support and she assisted in all grassroots mobilization efforts. We were able to turn ...

Crosstown Parkway Public Education Campaign

In 2005, the City of Port St. Lucie approved a referendum in 2005 for a city-wide vote on a $64 million bond issue to fund the Crosstown Parkway. Of 75,492 registered voters, 12,286 votes were cast (16.2% turnout) with 89.2% voting to approve the bond and related taxes. Patricia worked closely with City staff to develop public education materials – videos, collateral materials and speaking points. The City could not advocate for a “Yes” vote, so Patricia worked to develop ...

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