Tag: Going Viral: A Mini Case Study

Nov 14 2017


Posted by: CRAFT

★★★  PR NEWS awarded CRAFT | Media/Digital the 2017 Digital Agency of the Year. We are honored by this recognition. Thank you to our clients and our dedicated team. Hard work. Great ideas. Outstanding people. It’s a #winning recipe. PR NEWS also awarded CRAFT the 2017 Public Affairs Campaign of the Year for our effort to stop the [READ MORE]

Sep 15 2017

Everybody hands go up…

Posted by: CRAFT

★★★ Winning feels good. That’s why we strive to win for our clients every day. It’s in our DNA. Over the past few months, CRAFT has racked up a few wins of our own. Check out some of our work and our team gaining recognition from fellow communications colleagues and professionals.   PLATINUM PR & AGENCY [READ MORE]

Jul 28 2017

District of CRAFT: The B.A.T. tax was a BAD tax.

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CRAFT CONGRATULATES THE NATIONAL RETAIL FEDERATION AS CONGRESS DROPS BORDER ADJUSTMENT TAX ★★★ The B.A.T. tax was a BAD tax. To protect American consumers and small business owners, The National Retail Federation partnered with CRAFT to produce a provocative and award-winning campaign to stop a job-killing, everything tax. Congressional leadership put the final nail in the coffin [READ MORE]

Jun 13 2017

DISTRICT OF CRAFT: Seriously, you know everyone

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REFERRALS NEEDED CRAFT is growing. We are looking for the right people to join our team and support our expanding group of high-profile clients. ★★★ COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: The CRAFT Communications Director sits at the intersection of traditional PR, digital media, brand marketing, and advocacy. You’re media agnostic and excel at turning complicated policy issues into easily communicated and [READ MORE]

Jun 06 2017

District of CRAFT: You Know These Players

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CRAFTING BIG MEDIA BEYOND THE BELTWAY CRAFT expands its client and partnership networks into Hollywood and professional sports. BRINGING THE HOLLYWOOD HEAT TO THE CAPITOL ★★★ CRAFT supported a fly-in for The Creative Coalition and Hollywood actors lobbying Capitol Hill ahead of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. The Creative Coalition CEO, ROBIN BRONK, and actors TIM DALY  (“Madam Secretary”), [READ MORE]