In the world of politics, Jason Rose is known as a no-holds-barred spinmeister, the PR guru you want to bring into a political brawl. His brand of political marketing may seem like another version of creative chaos – throw in ...Read More »
Phoenix Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego’s proposed legislation to legalize recreational marijuana in Arizona has some in the medical marijuana industry worried about losing their businesses.Read More »
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns said today he’s “troubled” by the vicious public relations war waged by Arizona’s largest utility provider and the solar industry over future rooftop solar incentives.
He wants an accounting of the money that’s been spent so far to see whether customers have been paying for the fight. If so, it could be a violation of the utility’s last rate case settlement.
As a conservative Republican, a frequent contributor to Republican political campaigns, and one who is very worried about the future the Republican Party, I would like to comment on Randy Pullen’s letter (posted March 26 on the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry website).Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer has hired a longtime Phoenix area journalist and public relations professional to work as her speechwriter and public communications writer.Read More »
The anemic fundraising for Sen. Steve Smith’s build-your-own-border-fence campaign is getting some help from a professional public relations firm.Read More »
One of the most well-known public relations firms in the Valley just got bigger. On Oct. 1, Rose & Allyn Public Relations merged with PRIME 3 under the business name Rose, Moser & Allyn Public and Online Relations. Jason Rose, president of the new company, said the merger demonstrates his strategy of “expanding the empire” that he has built over the years. He said he will announce more additions to the company after the Nov. 2 general election.Read More »
In the immediate aftermath of signing S1070 and the resulting boycotts, Brewer convened a panel of tourism and business leaders to discuss how the state could portray itself as a tourist destination, despite the negative national attention. Yesterday, that panel ...Read More »