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Mar 20, 2012
Phoenix Village Art Center has received the 2011 All Star Award from Constant Contact, Inc.. Each year, a select group of Constant Contact customers are honored with the All Star Award for their exemplary marketing results. Phoenix Village Art Center’s results ranked among the top 10% of Constant Contact’s customer base. That they have managed to do it for consecutive years puts them in an even more elite class, which makes this accomplishment even more noteworthy.
One of the goals of Phoenix Village Art Center is to be a community resource for the arts. They send out a monthly newsletter with information on gallery exhibits, educational programs, and community events. There are always new shows, classes, tours and other ways to get involved with the arts in Phoenixville. The Center's standing among the top 10% of Constant Contact customer's is demonstrative of their ability to effectively deliver these resources to their community. As a small non-profit, e-mail marketing allows the Center to reach out regularly and keep their community engaged in the arts in an effort to raise the cultural health and wealth which in turn creates a true pride in Phoenixville.
“There is nothing we like more than to see our customers finding success. It’s the reason Constant Contact was founded, and it’s a thrill to see the fantastic results that our All Stars are achieving,” said Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact. “This group is really leading the charge when it comes to delivering relevant, engaging content that drives real business results. We salute this year’s All Stars for their success, and are honored to have played a part in their achievements.”
About Phoenix Village Art Center
Phoenix Village Art Center is a new non-profit center created to support the surrounding community with an open door! In a beautifully restored historic building, there is ample room for a gallery, art studios, and classroom space. The first floor Fine Art Gallery has a monthly exhibition schedule. The top two floors are devoted to working space for individual artists (called the Upstairs Studio Artists) and there are three floors dedicated to state-of-the-art ceramic, photography darkroom, and textile studios. The Phoenix Village Art Center also offers over 40 classes per semester from some of the finest regional professional teachers and artists.
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