SCOTT HOWELL & COMPANY AND THE NOVEMBER TEAM ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP
Leading National Television, Radio, and Digital Ad Firm Teams up with Top New York Strategic Communications Company
Dallas/New York–Scott Howell & Company (SHC) and The November Team, LLC (TNT) today announced a strategic business partnership between the two firms that will provide political and corporate clients with seamless and powerful multi-channel messaging capabilities.
SHC, with offices in Washington, DC and Dallas, TX, is widely considered one of the most creative and successful television, radio, and digital media firms in the nation. New York-based TNT, which has designed and executed compelling strategic communications campaigns in all 50 states, is known for its bold tactical approach to earned media campaigns. Principals at both firms have decades of experience in political and corporate messaging.
“We’ve known and worked with Bill and Jessica for years. The November Team is the gold standard when it comes to PR and communication strategies – we’re extremely excited about formalizing our relationship with them,” said SHC Principal Dan Allen, who has long ties to New York, going back to his time in the state Assembly as well as serving as Director of Communications for the New York Republican Party under former Chairman Bill Powers.
“We’ve worked with the best of the best in the political media industry, and no one tops Scott Howell & Company in delivering paid messaging that actually moves the needle,” said TNT partner William F. B. O’Reilly. “This partnership will give TNT and its clients tremendous new capabilities in communicating with audiences across all media channels and platforms. It adds a host of new arrows to our quiver.”
“This partnership brings tremendous new capabilities to our messaging operation,” said TNT partner Jessica Proud. “The lines of earned media and paid media are quickly vanishing, and partnering with Dan Allen and SHC’s award-winning team puts us exactly where we need to be as a forward-thinking firm. TNT’s greatest strength has always been in its messaging; now we’ll be able to deliver it directly to voters.”