Picerne launches e-newsletter
By Angela Marcum
Picerne Military Housing
Picerne's newsletter is going digital as a result of on-post resident feedback. It is also part of company-wide efforts to minimize its use of natural resources such as paper and ink.
"Not only will the environment benefit from this, but so will our residents," said Jodi Collins, community management director at Picerne on Fort Meade. "Our newsletter will now be readily accessible on the Internet, whether our residents are on the go or at home."
In preparation for the switch to a digital newsletter, Picerne distributed a Resident Communication Survey to all on-post residents.
Feedback collected from this survey will be incorporated into the new e-newsletter, in addition to neighborhood event details and seasonal reminders.
Previously, each residence received only one hard copy of the monthly newsletter. With the switch to digital, residents can now choose to have the newsletter emailed to more than one person in the household.
Picerne will continue to supply hard copies of the newsletter, which will be available for pick-up at all neighborhood offices. Each newsletter also will be posted on the Picerne website.
For more information about the e-newsletter and to ensure the email address associated with their account is accurate, on-post residents should contact their neighborhood office.
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