Hill meetings Scheduled
322% Increase in client site visits
Since 2010, Prime Advocacy has secured over 19,500 meetings for 21,000 advocates on the hill. We have executed 145 fly-ins To date for organizations and companies across the political spectrum.
Prime advocacy has helped increase in-District Site visits for clients by up to 322% in our first year utilizing site visit services. we have executed over 100 site visits in the past 12 months.
About Prime Advocacy
Prime Advocacy provides personalized support services for all of your advocacy and logistical needs to help ensure that your plans will be successful. At Prime Advocacy, we understand that a seamlessly executed advocacy plan is crucial to the success of any Washington, DC fly-in. We also understand how difficult and time intensive it can be to secure legislative meetings for constituents. Our team of dedicated professionals is devoted to removing the hassle of planning your Washington, DC fly-in, so you can focus on what you want to accomplish during your time on the Hill.
Prime Advocacy will listen carefully and work closely with you to comprehend your goals and develop a comprehensive strategy encompassing all of your vital organizational requirements. Our world class team of professionals will develop a hassle free Washington experience, allowing you to focus on accomplishing your end goals and fulfilling your organization's needs. There is no magic template for a successful advocacy session - each plan is tailored to your specific needs and requirements.
When you get home, Prime Advocacy offers your association the ability to bring a Member of Congress to meet your local members. We will assist in running a stress-free experience, managing your in-district site visit between your local members and their Member of Congress. Allowing a Member of Congress behind the scenes exposes the Member to the legislative issues you face on a daily basis and leaving a lasting impression on the Member to take back to Washington, D.C.
Check out Prime Advocacy's mention in CQ's latest Roll Call Advocacy blog post