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Comprehensive Media Monitoring

The Challenge:

The Rendon Group was contracted by a Federal Executive Department to deliver daily news products to keep both a Cabinet member and Department staff informed of developing media coverage surrounding their work across the United States.

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Event Planning & Public Relations

The Challenge:

According to the CDC, from 1999 to 2017, more than 702,000 people have died from a drug overdose. In 2017, more than 70,000 died from drug overdoses, making it the leading cause of injury-related death in the United States.

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Replace Strategic Counsel

Strategic Counsel

The Challenge:

The client is a US-based, multinational corporation in the tech sector.  The client is a leader in its field, employing tens of thousands of people around the globe.

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strategic communications

Strategic Communications Counsel & Training

The Challenge:
Since 2001, The Rendon Group (TRG) has been providing strategic communications counsel, training and mentoring to a foreign government and US military personnel on geopolitical issues impacting a specific Area of Operations (AOR).

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Bicyalist list in traffic

Strategic Communications

The Challenge:

With the growing concern of roadway congestion, climate change and limited transportation options throughout the Commonwealth, Massachusetts cities and towns have committed to constructing safer access to biking and pedestrian routes.

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Media Analysis and Monitoring

Media Analysis and Monitoring

The Challenge:

TRG was asked to provide an on-site strategic communications team to provide counsel and deadline-driven quantitative/qualitative media analysis products covering a variety of languages, media outlets, and time zones to meet operational battle rhythms.

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Public Relations and Marketing

Public Relations and Marketing

The Challenge: 

Impaired driving continues to be one of the biggest safety issues on U.S. roadways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, close to 30 people in the U.S. die in drunk driving crashes every day.

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