DOVER, Del., Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware (CPBD), an advocacy group focused on saving the jobs of employees at global translation services company TransPerfect, announced that it will be launching an intense mail campaign across the state to raise awareness about the potential break-up of TransPerfect. "Once Delawareans hear their stories, we know that they will side with us on this issue and support efforts to protect the livelihood of thousands of hard working employees who fear losing their jobs," said Chris Coffey, Campaign Manager for CPBD. "Our goal is to make sure people are aware of the risk that is posed not only to TransPerfect employees, but to the integrity of that state's incorporation industry and the state's economy as a whole." Timed to hit before the 2017 legislative session begins, the full-page mailer will be dropped to over 55,000 households across the state of Delaware the first week of December. The mailer is the first in a four-part mail campaign with two additional mailers scheduled for January and one in February. The mail piece features an editorial on the workers of TransPerfect that was published in The Wilmington News Journal, the largest newspaper in Delaware, on October 18, 2016. Calling attention to the threat to the incorporation industry in Delaware, the editorial underscored the negative impacts of a potential TransPerfect break-up.