Pennsylvania Bus Association Partners With One+ For Advocacy
08/16/2023 02:46:00 PM
The Pennsylvania Bus Association, one of the oldest transportation associations in the United States, has hired One+ Strategies to lead their advocacy efforts in Harrisburg. This is part of an effort to significantly increase the association members' voices at the Capitol.
“We believe that the addition of One+ Strategies will help us continue to expand our relationships on Capitol Hill in Harrisburg and help deliver key agenda items for our members,” said PBA Chair Tammy Wolf Baker said. “Our board did not take lightly the decision to engage a new firm, and we believe that this move will continue to grow our presence and our voice at the Capitol.”
One+ Strategies is made up of some of the leading professionals in advocacy, communications, and policy development in the state. The bipartisan firm formed out of professionals from two of Harrisburg’s leading lobbying firms and also boast the presence of some of the legislative leaders who have helped shape the Commonwealth’s policies for the past 2+ decades. To learn more about them visit www.onestrategies.com.
“We are proud to be part of the Pennsylvania Bus Association’s team in Harrisburg,” One+ Co-Founder Bob Shuster said. “We understand the awesome responsibility the members of the association have when it comes to the transportation industry and the consumers they represent.”
“PBA has a reputation for getting things done on behalf of their members and the many consumers who travel by motorcoach,” said One+ Cofounder Kim Pizzingrilli. “We hope to not only keep their string of successes for their stakeholders going, but also expand their voice with the Commonwealth’s leading policy makers.”
The professionals at One+ Strategies have unmatched relationships. The professionals who started this business made up the bulk of City and State’s top ranked government affairs firm in Pennsylvania in 2022. Their bipartisan team has decades of experience serving in legislative and public policy roles, including a former cabinet official, public utility commissioner, former members of the General Assembly and former high level staffers in the General Assembly, Governor’s Cabinet and Senior Staff.