Georgia’s 2012 Top Lobbying Firms

For Immediate Release:                                                                November 28, 2012

The Hudson Group named one of the top five governmental affairs/ lobbying firms in Georgia by James Magazine

Atlanta, Georgia –The Hudson Group, LLC was recognized by James Magazine as one of the top five lobbying firms in the (non law firm) governmental affairs/lobbying firm category in their October/November 2012 issue.  The Hudson Group placed second on the survey.

This is the third consecutive year that The Hudson Group placed in the top five in the annual survey.

“It is an honor to be recognized for the third consecutive year as one of the top lobbying firms in Georgia.   We work hard to represent our clients with the highest level of professionalism, ethics and integrity and we thank the readers of James Magazine for recognizing our firm,” said Brian Hudson.

In addition, Doug Reineke, Manager of Government Relations for The Hudson Group, was recognized as one of the top five rising stars in Georgia.  Doug joined The Hudson Group in 2011 where he has assisted clients with their legislative and political analysis, weekly legislative reports, political intelligence and lobbying efforts.

“Doug is an outstanding government affairs professional and we are very excited that the readers of James Magazine agree,” said Brian Hudson.

The rankings are conducted annually and were compiled by Majority Research Polling for James Magazine and polled various business and political leaders from across the state.

About The Hudson Group

The Hudson Group, LLC is a full service government relations consulting firm providing a wide range of services to a diverse client base including Fortune 500 corporations, small businesses, non-profit organizations and local governments. Our firm has more than a decade of experience representing business interests before Georgia state government and has a solid reputation, high professional and ethical standards and maintains extensive relationships with the decision makers in Georgia.