Advocacy Ink

We get your issue the ink you need to win.

Advocacy Ink is a full-service public relations firm located in the metro D.C. area. Our clients include authors, organizations, issue campaigns, and candidates. Our mission is to advance free market principles and the client’s PR goals.

Public Relations

Advocacy Ink will get your issue the “ink” you need to win – by the column inch, online and over the airwaves.  We’re proud of our track record and our clients’ efforts to further free market principles and their organizations’ goals.  Armed with our media relationships and your message, we’ll help you succeed.  Contact us today for a proposal and our media menu, including:

  • Op-ed placement
  • Targeted talk radio shows
  • Press conference planning
  • Television interviews
  • Editorial board briefings
  • New media strategies and placement
  • Book tours and film screening promotions

Call Us 703.548.1160.

What We Do

Advocacy Ink has an extensive background with non-profit organizations, authors and political campaigns.  We maximize your budget while maintaining a focused and consistent message.  We work across all platforms of media: print, TV, radio, blogs, online ads, and 3rd party e-mail advertising.  

Press Releases

Classic Humphrey Bogart Film The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Teaches a Classic Economics Lesson; EconPop YouTube Series Examines Economic Themes in Movies

Austin, TX - There are many movie review web series on the Internet, but only one dares to explore how popular films portray economic ideas. That series is Econstories.tv's EconPop.

Election Results Will Force Much Needed Sunshine on Washington’s Tech Eeyores

Washington, DC, November 5, 2014 - Last night's election results will cast needed sunshine on the Tech Eeyores at the FCC, Senate and White House, hopefully improving their spirits and general outlook on life.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Good Neighbor Grant Program Accepting Proposals

LANSDOWNE, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the largest scholarship foundation in the country, invites proposals from nonprofit organizations in the Greater Washington Metropolitan Area that help high-potential students with financial need make academic gains through enrichment, rigor, critical thinking, and creativity for its Good Neighbor Grant Program. 

PhillySchoolChoice.com Launches Radio Campaign; There’s Another Side to the Charter School Story

Philadelphia, PA - PhillySchoolChoice.com has launched a radio ad campaign to tell the other side of the charter school financing story. The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) has attacked charter schools and their advocates recently, claiming that charter school funding is draining resources from traditional public school classrooms.

The Reason Elysium Isn’t A Glimpse Into the Future; EconPop YouTube Series Examines Economic Themes in Movies

Austin, TX - EconPop isn't your average pop-culture review show. EconPop uses humor to examine how popular films portray economic ideas such as income inequality, price controls, and supply and demand. This week's episode covers The Economics of Elysium.

News: Largest Scholarship in the Nation for Community College Students Now Accepting Applications

Lansdowne, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invites applications for its Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, the largest private scholarship in the country for community college transfer students. As many as 85 students from a nationwide applicant pool will receive up to $40,000 per year for three years of study at any four-year accredited college or university of their choosing.

Victory for Accountability in Philadelphia Schools

Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia's School Reform Commission (SRC) will cancel their labor contract with the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers after a 2 year fight. According to School Reform Commission Chairman William J. Green, these changes will provide nearly $44M to students this school year and almost $200M over the next four years.