Fleck Consulting Merges With WS Group

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Fleck Consulting of Allentown and WS Group of Harrisburg merged to form Seven Points Consulting.

Together, they will work on Democratic campaigns across the state, providing fundraising, mail, communications, and strategy.

Fleck Consulting was started by then-Easton City Councilman Michael Fleck and his wife Alison, who serve as two of the four principals for Seven Points. As Campaign Manager, Fleck has run successful campaigns for Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer, State Representative Dan McNeill, and most recently, for Lehigh County Executive Tom Muller.

Most recently, Fleck Consulting ran the short gubernatorial campaign of Pawlowski.

“We are excited to join forces with such a well-respected company,” said Fleck. “Their client list is impressive, and we look forward to working together with them.”

The WS Group, LLC was started by Kevin Sidella and John Jones in 2007, the two other principals of Seven Points. The WS Group, LLC has successfully guided numerous Democrats to victory including Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, and most recently they played a pivotal role in Eric Papenfuse’s surprise victory in the Harrisburg Mayor’s race. In addition, the WS Group is one of the largest direct mail firms in Pennsylvania.

“Fleck Consulting and the WS Group have both had tremendous success in electing more Democrats in Pennsylvania,” said Jones. “Working together through Seven Points, Democratic candidates will finally have a one-stop shop that can guide them through their toughest electoral challenges.”

Below is the staff list, bios are provided directly from Seven Points Consulting:

Kevin Sidella, Principal

Over the past decade, Kevin Sidella has raised millions of dollars for candidates and PACs across Pennsylvania.

John Jones, Principal
John Jones has been involved in races at every level of government in Pennsylvania, and has helped build the WS Group, LLC into a dynamic, and successful, political communications firm.
Michael Fleck, Principal
Michael started working on political campaigns over 15 years ago and has been a part of many successful political campaigns. Mike led the team at Fleck Consulting to successful elections of Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and Lehigh County Executive Tom Muller. As a member of Easton City Council, he was instrumental in the passage of the city’s landmark “Same Sex Partner Benefit” Ordinance.

Alison Fleck, Principal
Alison and her husband Mike met on Mayor Pawlowski’s first campaign for Mayor and have been working together in politics ever since. Together they formed Fleck Consulting and ran successful campaigns for several candidates, including Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski and State Representative Dan McNeill. Alison has over 20 years experience as a graphic designer and marketing specialist for several political clients.

Celeste Dee, Partner
Celeste got her start in Politics volunteering for the Hillary Clinton for Senate Campaign when she lived in New York City. She was a local Team Leader for Obama For America here in PA, and has extensive experience working on several Federal, State & local Lehigh Valley campaigns. Celeste also serves as a Member of the PA State Democratic Committee and is an Officer on the Lehigh County Democratic Committee.

Katie Biggica, Partner
Katie Biggica joined the WS Group in 2011, and currently handles political and fundraising duties for a number of elected officials. Prior to joining the WS Group, Katie was a key member of the Pennsylvania House Democratic Campaign Committee’s finance team that raised over $8 million for Democrats across Pennsylvania in 2010. Katie earned a degree in Marketing from Marshall University.

6 Responses

  1. This is such a nice occasion just like a wedding day! It’s wonderful to see. I am so disappointed to see people on this blog be so rude to the happy couple on their honeymoon.

  2. “Most recently, Fleck Consulting ran the short gubernatorial campaign of Pawlowski.”

    Replacement words for “short”:
    failed, bogus, ridiculous, phony, unrealistic, uninteresting, unprepared, unenthusiastic, underwhelming, insincere, self-indulgent, and uninspired

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