Harbour Group

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The Harbour Group is a Washington, D.C. based boutique public relations firm. Founded in 2001, the firm focuses on three practice areas: issues management, public relations, and crisis communications. The Harbour Group represents corporate, association, government, and nonprofit clients.

Current and past clients include: Biotechnology Industry Organization, International Relief & Development, Pfizer, Shure, the Washington Chapter of the Grammys, and Revolution Health Group.

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The Harbour Group, LLC is a Washington D.C. lobbying firm. It was founded in 2001 by former Clinton Senior Advisor for Policy and Communications Joel Johnson, who left in 2005 to join the Glover Park Group. As of 2006, it is led by co-founder Richard Marcus.

The Harbour Group was associated with the Washington law firm Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman LLP, until February 28, 2006, when that firm merged with Bingham McCutchen LLP.

Past clients include Asbestos Study Group, Business Roundtable, Consumer Electronics Association, Major League Baseball Players Association, Airports Council International and US Airways

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