The El Paso Chamber has formed a strategic partnership with Signal Group, a leader in modern public affairs in Washington, D.C.
The El Paso Chamber announced it has formed a strategic partnership with Signal Group, a modern public affairs firm in Washington, D.C. The partnership will support the promotion of EPC’s priorities in Congress and throughout the District.
“We are very excited to work with Signal Group to further EPC’s initiatives in Washington, D.C.,” said David Jerome, El Paso Chamber President and CEO. “This partnership will help keep EPC informed of congressional interests while supporting and propelling the objectives of our members throughout the region.”
In coordination with EPC’s goals, Signal will provide insight on strategic initiatives, conduct analysis and monitoring of activities in D.C. and Austin, TX, and support meetings with officials in Washington, D.C.
“Signal’s public affairs model allows us to support the Chamber using a multi-faceted approach,” said Ted Anderson, Managing Director of Signal’s National Security practice. “I’m excited to leverage our knowledge of the federal government and relationships in D.C. in support of EPC’s strategic objectives.”