We’re A Different Kind of PR Firm.

At Byrum & Fisk Advocacy Communications, we have the tenacity, know-how and creativity needed to craft clear messaging, execute effective PR strategies and develop winning campaigns.

“When it comes to effective Association communications to the press, public, your members and policymakers, there’s no firm that’s more aggressive, creative and effective than Byrum & Fisk. They’re hard-charging, proactive and responsive and you want them on your team during a tough fight.”

Spence Nevins
President, Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association

“Plan the work, work the plan. Other firms talk a good game or seem to fly by the seat of their pants. With Byrum & Fisk, they create a plan and then execute to deliver seamless results and a steady drumbeat of communications for their clients. They have been a key member of our communications strategy, helping us consistently deliver a clear message to our members, lawmakers, allied groups, the press and beyond.”

Bob Allison
Deputy Director League of Conservation Voters

“Byrum & Fisk has been our key strategic communications partner on not one, but two, successful legislative and public relations efforts – one to require CPR as a graduation requirement in schools, the second to provide healthy food access to thousands of Michigan families. I truly can’t say enough good things about their work and I truly believe our effort would not have been as successful without the help of their team of experts. They deployed paid and earned media in new, innovative ways to drive a statewide conversation that created the right atmosphere for success. With their help, Michigan pioneered a unique approach to healthy food financing not seen anywhere in the nation.”

David Hodgkins
Director of Government Relations American Heart Association

“This was truly a special campaign and it brought our entire community together to support the John Ball Zoo and Grand Rapids Public Museum. Between the jingle, creativity and relentless approach of Byrum & Fisk, we couldn’t have done it without them.”

Peter D’Arienzo
CEO of the John Ball Zoo