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Art and Antique Dealers Say Proposed Art Law Would Harm Museums, Collectors, and Tribes, Decimate Regional Businesses

July 10, 2017

Congressional law could end trade, collection, preservation, museum holdings of Native American and Hawaiian art by U.S. Museums, Citizens Proposal Could Devastate Multi-Billion Art Economy of Southwestern U.S., Other States Washington D.C.—A proposal to protect Native American and Hawaiian art would actually have the opposite effect, discouraging the sale and public display of vital cultural heritage ... Read More >

2017 North America Public Affairs Agencies of the Year

May 25, 2017

Singer Associates (Independent) We’ll say it again — when it comes to high-stakes public battles in Northern California, Sam Singer’s firm is very likely to be involved on one side of the aisle. This isn’t any less true from last year (Singer shows up as a Public Affairs contender with respectable frequency). The firm’s revenues are ... Read More >

Why “Do Better” Became Silicon Valley’s Favorite Empty Phrase

May 25, 2017

By Jack Crosbie “We know we need to do better,” read the statement put out by Facebook’s VP of global operations, Justin Osofsky, after Robert Goodwin Sr., a 74-year-old Cleveland resident, was shot and killed by a murderer who posted the entire crime on the social network. Speaking at Facebook’s F8 developer conference two days ... Read More >

Singer Associates in the Running for PR News’ Agency of the Year

August 15, 2016

Singer Associates is honored to be a finalist for PR News' Agency of the Year Award. Over the past year, the agency has expanded its clientele and continued to provide leading-edge services to clients across a wide array of issues including environmental, real estate, litigation and labor disputes. Singer Associates has facilitated major success for ... Read More >

Singer Public Relations Promotes Gina Antonini Hammond to Vice President

June 10, 2016

Singer Associates, a San Francisco-based public relations and corporate communications firm, announced the promotion of Gina Antonini to Vice President. Antonini joins the ranks of senior leadership after five-years at the agency in the health care, finance, technology and government relations sectors. The promotion makes her one of the youngest vice presidents in the agency’s 25-year history.

Singer Associates Secures Two Bulldog Media Relations Awards

May 27, 2016

Singer Associates was awarded Gold for Best Online Newsroom - Business/Consumer for The Richmond Standard: A Community-Driven News Source in Richmond. California and Silver for Best Issue/Cause Advocacy Campaign for Preserving Healthcare and Bioscience: A Campaign to Defeat the Proposed Golden State Warriors’ Arena in Mission Bay.

Singer Associates Finalist for Holmes Reports’ Agency of the Year

May 4, 2016

Singer Associates was named a finalist for the prestigious Holmes Reports' 2016 Agency of the Year Award. The Agency was nominated for their groundbreaking work for clients across real estate, environmental issues, litigation, labor disputes, transportation, among many other issues. Their public presence during client crisis has earned them respect throughout the industry and beyond for 15 years. ... Read More >

To Fight the FBI, Apple Ditched Secrecy for Openness

April 11, 2016

APPLE LOVES A show. Over the years, the company’s staged product launches, where executives in jeans show off flashy new iPhones, have become a global cultural institution. But when Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off this week’s keynote, he didn’t start by talking about the size of the latest phone.

Sam Singer and Mission Bay Alliance Form Full-Court Press Against Warriors’ Proposed New SF Arena

March 14, 2016

Sam Singer is theWarriors' arch nemesis when the topic comes to the Dubs' proposed new SF arena. It's scheduled to open sometime after 2018 but that's iffy at best thanks to Singer and the anti-arena group he represents, Mission Bay Alliance.

City of San Bruno, OTO Development Reach Tentative Agreement to Purchase City Land for $3.97 Million and Build 152-Room Hotel with Event Space at The Crossing

March 11, 2016

San Bruno—City of San Bruno officials today said they have reached a tentative agreement to sell a city-owned parcel to OTO Development LLC at fair market value as determined by an independent appraisal, with no subsidy of public funds. OTO is responsible to pay the City all development costs and fees. The City is releasing a complete copy of the appraisal today and posting it on its website.

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