The paper wrote: “Sam Singer is the Bay Area’s undisputed crisis PR counselor of choice, an almost automatic go-to for corporations or high-profile individuals who find themselves in awkward, difficult-to-justify or downright indefensible spots. When Chevron faced a $19 billion lawsuit for alleged environmental damage to Ecuador, when a tiger got loose at San Francisco zoo and killed someone, when a startup CEO faced trial for domestic violence, they traveled the same route toward reputational redemption: They called Sam. Dozens of others have likewise been beneficiaries of Singer’s vigorous and tireless advocacy for his clients, calling on his alternate talents for persuasion and pressure. Not for nothing has the proud Bay Area native, former journalist and political consultant been dubbed “The Fixer.”

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