Public Advocacy

Cincinnati Parks Levy Campaign

BoxcarPR recently partnered with the Cincinnati Parks Levy campaign. Our team provided a fresh graphic design to the campaign’s website along with new content and social media consulting. This November, Cincinnati voters will have the opportunity to invest in new parks and improvements right in their neighborhood. Boxcar’s experience in public affairs and our in-house…

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Home Court Advantage: Keep Our Basketball Heritage Alive

A economic study was commissioned to offer an unbiased examination of the economic feasibility of an NBA franchise in Louisville, Kentucky. The study concludes that an NBA team would cost millions to Louisville’s taxpayers and hurt the University of Louisville. BoxcarPR’s White Paper and Analysis is here: BoxcarPR’s White Paper & Analysis Cambridge Economic Research

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Boxcar's own Election Coverage

                  Our resident Rainmaker, Bob Gunnell, will be one of the featured political strategists weighing in on today’s election. Live coverage begins at 6:30pm today and you can catch Bob on WHAS11.com, WHAS11’s digital channel 11.2, Insight channel 432, and Comcast channel 207. You can read the…

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A Battleground State of Affairs

This past Monday, BoxcarPR’s Rainmaker and Trailblazer (Bob and Elizabeth) and Ted Jackson, a political consultant and CEO of English Emprise and Boxcar’s newest staff member, traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with our public issue advocacy clients and contacts. Our two days of meetings allowed us to gain incredible insight from inside the Beltway…

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Online Petitions: A Powerful Advocacy Tool to Effect Change

In the past, the process of rallying groups to sign a petition or pledge their support was a tall order. Garnering enough support to truly effect change was prohibitive on many fronts: it was extremely time intensive, required a significant amount of money, and demanded many bodies on the ground to collect signatures and build…

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