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Over 20 years, we have worked with clients across a wide range of industries, from health care to energy, non-profits and associations. By focusing first on strong relationships and deep partnerships, we have been able to deliver hundreds of successful public relations campaigns. See examples of our work below.
We have an incredible list of public relations and public affairs clients from the last 20 years.
We have worked with Fortune 500s, non-profits, and associations to help engage their customers, constituents, and members, both online and offline. Our public relations and public affairs expertise has supported clients like Southwest Airlines, Target, AARP, Accenture, Anheuser-Busch, and an incredible breadth of others.
We are proud to be a trusted part of their circle.
The team has unparalleled experiences running PR campaigns in Washington.
If you need a team with a diverse set of opinions, we’re the group for you. We come from different sides of the globe and both sides of the political aisle. We have true Washington lifers, and newcomers. Our team members have worked in the White House, walked the halls of Congress, served as political appointees, and served in the military. The best PR campaigns begin with the best teams, and we believe we’re the team for you.
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