The Freedom to LOBBY

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution lists five rights and freedoms that belong to the American people. It's the fifth freedom that often surprises people - the right to LOBBY, or to, "petition government for a redress of grievances."

But in today's political environment, with government getting bigger, involved in more aspects of our personal and professional lives, and with greater numbers of special interets making sure they are heard in the halls of government, it's more improtant than ever to develop the right lobbying strategy and employ the right 'professional guide' to make sure that your issue is presented in the strongest possible way to key decision makers in government.

 

Our experienced team at MMCA  is here to help you design and implement the most effective government action plan to accomplish your goals. The partners of MMCA have the experience, knowledge, and relationships with key decision makers on both sides ofthe political aisle to advance your issue at all levels of government. Let MMCA help you and your organization effectively "petition" government at the local, state, and federal levels.

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LOBBYING/
GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

What constitutes an effective lobbying effort? Many people think that sending a letter to a Mayor or Town Supervisor or attending the annual fundraiser of a member of the county or state legislature...

BUSINESS
DEVELOPMENT

Introducing a new product or service into the marketplace is never easy. Like government, businesses are often organized in a way that insulates the key decision makers from direct...

SOCIAL MEDIA, PUBLIC RELATIONS and CRISIS COMMUNICATION

Keenan Communiations Group, a division of MMCA, is a trusted, respected name in communications in in Western New York.  Put Keenan Communications Group to  work for you today.

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT/ CONSULTING SERVICES

Real estate development is a complex, costly undertaking in NYS. The rules for development are different from municipality to municipality. The approval process often times involves multiple...

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