Imagine a public affairs company with a vast breadth of business and community relationships based on solid trust built over more than a decade.
Imagine a public affairs company with a reputation for intellectual heft, and a record of communicating complex issues simply and directly through a variety of media, organizational and grassroots networks.
Imagine a public affairs company with a regional reach and a reputation for building and understanding our entrepreneurial business climate.
Imagine a public affairs company that shapes public opinion, where the principals are media experts, not just media observers.
Imagine a public affairs company with a reputation for integrity and accomplishment — for thoughtful advice and effective action.
Corporate publications, newsletters, letters, company manuals
Websites, blogs, social media
Business Synergy – bringing new corporate partners together
Media plans, media protocols, crisis planning
Market analysis and corporate reports
Integrated public relations campaigns
Industry promotional campaigns
What We’ve Done
Created the first national TV campaign promoting Oregon state tourism in association with The Golf Channel and multiple Northwest businesses.
Developed “Kremer & Abrams,”Oregon’s longest running and highest rated weekend public policy radio program, on KXL Newsradio 750.
Helped create and provided sponsors for KGW’s “StraightTalk” —Oregon’s first new public affairs show in a decade.
Partnered with the Oregon Community Foundation to build Oregon’s first CEO leadership roundtable. The ensuing document,“Surviving and Thriving in the Global Economy,” signed by 37 public and private Oregon CEOs, provided a blueprint for a more robust state economy.
Spearheaded Oregon’s first charter school law. Founded and/or consulted on more than three dozen charter schools in Oregon, including Oregon Connections Academy, the state’s largest public school.
Produced promotional campaigns for the Art Museum’s Mark Building opening, the Oregon Historical Society’s 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and Portland’s sister city relationship with Bologna,Italy.
Promoted multiple and multiyear national sporting events with Oregon ties — the U.S. Figure Skating Championship, the PGA Champions Tour Jeld-Wen Tradition, and the LPGA’s Safeway Classic.
Marketing and publicity outreach for launch of Comcast Sportsnet’s first reality show – ”Wanted: Adventure Host,” including media appearances, news articles, interviews, launch event (Celebrity boat race) and launch party.
Worked with Metro Regional Government to draw suburban participants into their Opt-In regional survey network.
Ran multiple successful political campaigns, including Jim Huffman for U.S. Senate Primary Election May 2010. Candidate Huffman defeated seven other contenders and emerged as the nominee for the genernal election in November 2010.
Created and coordinated the successful ”Stop Portland Creep” campaign that resulted in the elections of John Ludlow (Chair) and Tootie Smith to the Clackamas County Commission in 2012.
Created and coordinated billboards to oppose the Columbia River Crossing light rail toll bridge between Oregon and Washington.
Executed numerous successful short-term and long-term publicity plans for individuals in government and public life.