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Profile of Public Relations Firm Goddard Claussen — (TLR Note: Tentatively and Preliminary, TLR Avers Sufficient Appearances Exist to Support a Claim Goddard Claussen, Porter Novelli, and Lucas Public Affairs Are One and the Same)

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Goddard Claussen is a public relations firm which boasts that it is “the most successful issue advocacy firm in America. Winning for our clients led us to create the first national advocacy advertising campaign in America, the first political advertising in the former Soviet Union, and the first feature film that educates as it entertains. When you think of breaking down barriers, think Goddard Claussen.”[1]

Goddard Claussen is the PR firm working to suspend California’s Global Warming Solutions Act, AB 32[2]; yet this firm is also listed among the members of American Businesses for Clean Energy, as supporting “climate and energy legislation that will provide meaningful change for future generations and businesses.”[3]

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Clients

On its website Goddard Claussen lists clients as having included[4]:

Personnel

On its website, Goddard Claussen states that “our employees are former Democratic and Republican congressional aides, White House staffers, department advisors and non-profit executives.” It lists its “team”, as of July 2009, as comprising[5]

Contact details

Website: http://www.goddardclaussen.com/ Goddard Claussen has offices in Washington DC, Sacramento CA and Roseville CA[6]:

  • Washington, DC

701 8th St. NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20001
Ph: 202-293-5870
Fax: 202-293-5874

  • Sacramento, CA

1215 K Street, Suite 2260
Sacramento, CA 95814
Ph: 916-329-7403
Fax: 916-329-7404

  • Roseville, CA

3001 Douglas Blvd, Suite 225
Roseville, CA 95661
Ph: 916-677-5591
Fax: 916-677-5596

 

Articles and resources

Related SourceWatch articles

References

  1. Goddard Claussen, “Philosophy”, Goddard Claussen website, accessed July 2009.
  2. Colin Sullivan (2010-03-03). Texas Refiners Mum About Funding Push to Halt Calif. Climate Law. NYTimes.com. Retrieved on 2010-03-05. “…public relations firm in Sacramento that has been hired by advocates of A.B. 32 …spokeswoman for the PR firm, Goddard Claussen…did confirm that the firm has been retained to handle media and gather signatures to place the measure on the ballot.”
  3. (Goddard Claussen). American Businesses for Clean Energy. Retrieved on 2010-03-05. “Goddard Claussen – Washington, DC – Goddard Claussen supports climate and energy legislation that will provide meaningful change for future generations and businesses.”
  4. ” Featured Case Studies”, Goddard Claussen website, accessed July 2009.(See also the links under the “Ballot Measures” and “Issue Advocacy and Branding” tabs.)
  5. “The Team”, Goddard Claussen website, accessed July 2009.
  6. Contact. Goddard Claussen. Retrieved on 2010-03-04.

External resources

External articles

 

Source: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Goddard_Claussen

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Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.

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