New Hampshire Public Relations Professional Alicia Preston Joins Guinta for Congress Effort
Manchester, NH – 1st District Congressional candidate Frank Guinta today announced that he has hired Alicia Preston to assist his team’s press and communications efforts. Preston, of Hampton, NH, has worked for numerous campaigns and organizations in the Granite State and across the country.
“I am very happy that Alicia has agreed to join our effort,” said Guinta. “I first worked with Alicia on my successful 2005 race for Manchester Mayor, so I know first-hand just how important she will be to our team. Alicia brings a wealth of experience having worked on several Congressional races and she is very well respected in her industry.”
Guinta’s Senior Advisor, Mike Biundo, has worked with Preston on several projects, including the 2005 Manchester Mayor’s race. “I’m very excited to have Alicia on board. Her experience with Congressional races and her familiarity with the Mayor and our team will make her a perfect fit. ”
Frank Guinta, former businessman and current Mayor of New Hampshire’s largest city, Manchester, announced in May that he is a candidate for the 1st District Congressional seat currently held by Carol Shea-Porter. During his tenure, Guinta has earned a reputation as a strong advocate for the people as he works to reduce taxes and spending, and provide a business climate to foster growth. He hopes to bring that drive and experience to Washington to restore fiscal sanity to Congress and prosperity to New Hampshire citizens.
Preston joins Team Guinta alongside Meridian Communications, General Consulting; On Message, Polling; Jamestown Associates, Advertising Media; Johnston Consulting, Fundraising.
Alicia Preston is the Principal of the Preston Group, a PR firm based in Hampton, NH. Preston spent nearly 10 years as a reporter, before joining Governor Craig Benson’s team. Since then she has worked as a PR Consultant on many business and political projects including Frank Guinta’s 2005 Mayoral race, NY Governor George Pataki’s Political Action Committee, and numerous Congressional across the country including Jeb Bradley’s re-election campaign in 2008.