Houston City Council Member and Candidate for Mayor Peter Brown today released his first radio advertisements, featuring prominent local ministers touting Brown’s record of results for the community. The ads, “Ministers” and “Been There for Us,” feature Rev. William Lawson, Bishop James Dixon, and Pastor D.Z. Cofield.
“I’m honored to receive the support of so many trusted community leaders from across Houston,” said Brown. “As Mayor, I’ll continue my work to make our city safer, strengthen our economy, and improve our quality of life. I have the right vision, and the right experience to get results for Houston.”
Last month Brown’s campaign became the first to launch television advertising, and remains the only campaign on the airwaves. These new radio ads will begin airing today on local radio stations across Houston and were produced by Judy Foston, president of Foston International and a prominent local African-American media consultant.
“Peter Brown’s exceptional record of results for communities across our city is the reason Houstonians know we can trust him as our next Mayor,” said Foston. “He’s been there, working to make our city safer, create economic opportunities for working families, and strengthen our neighborhoods. And that’s a record he’ll continue to build on as Mayor of Houston.”
Rev. William Lawson, founding Pastor of Wheeler Ave. Baptist Church, noted that Brown is a leader Houston can trust, with a long-standing record of involvement in local communities across Houston.
“I’m supporting Peter Brown because he’s always been there for us. He listens and responds to people’s concerns, and I know I can trust him.” said Lawson. “Peter Brown is a leader who gets things done, and I know he’ll get results for our city.”
“Been There for Us” features the Rev. William Lawson discussing Brown’s long record of involvement in local communities across Houston. “Ministers,” which features Lawson as well as Bishop Dixon and Pastor Cofield, touts Brown’s commitment to making Houston safer, improving economic opportunities, and protecting neighborhoods and communities.