Public Relations Firm Specializes In Issue Management
After 30 years in Denver, serving health, education and natural resource clients, Crossbow opened an office in Phoenix. The award-winning communications firm has served clients in most industries. It also is developing programs and projects regarding health, environment and sustainability. The founder of the company, Gary Chandler, has published several books on related topics. Natural resource conservation, biodiversity, climate change and healthcare are among the company’s priorities today.
“Arizona is a natural step for us as we expand our western footprint,” said Gary Chandler, Crossbow’s CEO. “Natural resources, climate change and healthcare are big issues throughout the West.”
The communications landscape is changing faster than ever, said Chandler. The quest for greater online visibility and influence is driving the integration of marketing, public relations and public affairs, which puts a premium on strategic planning and opportunism. Those changes will accelerate as information technologies continue to converge and new channels fragment the media world even more.
The award-winning and record-setting PR firm has helped influence public opinion and public policy around the world. Chandler is both an author and advocate on many issues.
The PR firm has worked with some of the most influential organizations around the globe, including trade associations, corporations, NGOs and publishers. It also has worked with some of the most influential journalists, including Mike Wallace.
Crossbow is tackling some of the most urgent issues of our time. In addition to client work, it has developed two programs to help battle global warming and climate change. Sacred Seedlings is a global program to promote forest conservation, reforestation and wildlife conservation. We have several projects lined up across Africa now. We are expanding with projects around the globe.
We are unveiling Greener Cities, a program to promote sustainable cities around the world. The battle against global warming and climate change will be won or lost in our cities.