|By PR Newswire||
|February 11, 2014 11:31 AM EST||
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DDC Advocacy (DDCA), a leading full-service international public affairs firm, was awarded the Reed Award for "Best Overall Public Affairs Campaign of 2013" by Campaigns & Elections. The award recognizes their work to condition the federal and state legislative environment for sales tax parity state-by-state. The Award was presented to DDC Advocacy's Vice President Joshua Baca on Friday evening during the Reed Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C.
The Reed Awards were named after Campaigns & Elections founder, Stanley Foster Reed, and honor excellence in political consulting, political design, political campaigning, and campaign management. The finalists of the overall category are the "best of the best–the elite entries that rate the highest for their specific field" according to Campaigns & Elections.
"I am extremely proud of our team for their dedication and hard work. This recognition is a source of great pride to our firm, and shows our continued commitment to our clients," said B.R. McConnon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DDC Advocacy. "We're excited to win this prestigious award."
DDC Advocacy launched a public affairs campaign to shed light on online-only retailers who have exploited a sales tax loophole that pre-dates the Internet and provides them with an unfair advantage over brick-and-mortar stores.
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DDC Advocacy (DDCA), the leader in issue advocacy since 1996, is a full-service public affairs advocacy firm executing custom-designed engagement programs and campaigns for government, non-profit, association and corporate clients. We leverage our company's extensive capabilities, leading technology tools and strategic expertise to achieve winning results for clients, impact policy and shape public debate. Among our comprehensive suite of services and products, DDCA offers advocacy strategy, global and local in-district campaigns, digital engagement targeting, outreach tools, grassroots technology, PAC compliance, public relations, social media, and government services.
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