Nicole Schlinger is the President and Founder of CampaignHQ, the Best Conservative Call Center in America.
Under Nicole's leadership, CampaignHQ has delivered millions of effective telephone calls and P2P text messages for conservative candidates and organizations.
So why a call center?
In 1999, CampaignHQ was founded with the mission of helping Iowa Republican candidates raise money through major donor solicitations, event management, house parties and mailings. Originally known as Capitol Resources, Inc., the firm was and still remains the most successful fundraising firm in Iowa GOP history.
However, with anywhere from 6 to 10 events each week, Nicole could not find a call center willing and able to handle the event turnout calls needed to make each one a success. So she began hiring people to make those calls, originally from paper printouts on landline phones.
As the business grew, the demand for call center services quickly surpassed the limited need for a stand-in finance director in local and statewide races. So CampaignHQ became a national firm, expanding outside of Iowa in 2007.
CampaignHQ is known for creative solutions, quick turnaround, competitive pricing, and legendary customer service. The next time you want a call center that will treat you like family, give us a call!
CampaignHQ has been recognized by the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) with numerous Pollie Awards including: live Patch Through Calling, Best Use of Robocall, Best Use of Telephone Fundraising, and Best Telephone Townhall. She is a speaker at the 2019 AAPC Pollie Awards Conference, speaking on the "Business of the Business: Strategies for Resolving the Off-Year Cash Crunch." Learn more and see her bio here: https://theaapc.org/pollie-conference-2019/profile/nicole-schlinger/
Nicole recently published "Why the best managers are (sometimes) the worst political business owners" in Campaigns & Elections Magazine. You can read the article here: https://www.campaignsandelections.com/campaign-insider/why-the-best-managers-are-sometimes-the-worst-political-business-owners
Nicole Schlinger is a 1995 graduate of Syracuse University.