Lobbying trio sets up new firm

Veteran lobbyists Courtney Atnip, J.A. Bucy and Dustin Goforth launched their own company, Capitol & 5th Public Strategies, reports Nashville Post Politics.

The new lobbying firm will serve corporate, government and non-profit organizations in areas like technology, finance, tourism, food and beverage and health care.  

“Capitol & 5th Public Strategies will provide effective, top-level public policy and advocacy to help our national, regional and local clients achieve their goals in Tennessee,” the trio said in a shared statement. “Our highly-experienced team understands how Tennessee government works. Together, we helped build a strong lobbying practice, establishing a track record of success in helping our clients navigate the most challenging situations. We’re excited to come together under our own banner to continue to work with great clients and take on new challenges.”

All three partners worked together at law firm Farrar & Bates, and they plan to continue a “mutually beneficial strategic alliance” with the firm.

Note: The firm has a website, HERE.

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