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

Week 3 of PhillySchoolChoice.com Campaign; Ads focus on superiority of charter schools and tax credit scholarships

Philadelphia, PA - Choice Media has unveiled ads 5 and 6 in the 4 week PhillySchoolChoice.com campaign, which will air eight 30-second ads on all four network television stations in the Philadelphia market. This positive campaign features local parents sharing personal stories about their experiences with charter schools or tax credit schol

Choice Media Announces Major Campaign to Promote Charter School and Tax Credit Scholarship Options for Parents in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA - Choice Media is launching PhillySchoolChoice.com on Sunday, September 14, a major media campaign involving a website, Facebook page, television commercials, YouTube videos, Twitter & Facebook ads, traditional newspaper ads and earned media coverage.  The campaign will include eight separate 30-second television c

YouTube Comedy Series EconPop Spoofs Back To School Film; YouTube Show Examines Economic Lessons In The Rodney Dangerfield Classic Comedy

Austin, TX - Just in time for the new school year, the YouTube web series EconPop released "The Economics of Back to School." The series, created by the Moving Picture Institute (MPI) and Emergent Order and hosted by MPI fellow and comedian Andrew Heaton, is not your average movie review show: EconPop uses humo

Largest Undergraduate Scholarship in the Nation Available to High-Achieving, Low-Income Students

Lansdowne, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invites applications for its College Scholarship Program, the largest undergraduate scholarship in the country.

Gov. Quinn vetoes anti-competitive rideshare regulations; Proposed Illinois regulations for rideshare services would have reduced competition and hurt consumers

Chicago, IL - Gov. Pat Quinn vetoed two bills that would have placed unnecessary and anti-competitive regulations on rideshare services such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar. The legislation vetoed was being pushed heavily by Illinois' taxi companies that want to severely limit these popular and affordable transportation alternatives.

Doctors, Biotech Leaders and Policymakers Gather to Discuss Roadblocks to Innovation and Advancing the 21st Century Cures Initiative

Boston, MA - The Manhattan Institute (MI) and its Project FDA, in partnership with the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, will host the first of a series of public discussions about the reforms necessary to accelerate patient access to life-saving treatment

YouTube Series Explores Innovative Startup Cities in Honduras; Four Episode YouTube Series Examines Private Economic Zones That Could Transform the Developing World

Los Angeles, CA - Reason TV and the Moving Picture Institute have released a four-episode YouTube series about the revolutionary "startup city" concept. Startup cities are politically autonomous, privately run economic zones that operate within existing countries' borders.

YouTube Comedy Series EconPop Spoofs The LEGO Movie; YouTube Show Examines Economics Through Lens of Film and Popular Culture

Austin, TX - Today EconPop, the YouTube web series created by the Moving Picture Institute and Emergent Order, released "The Economics of The LEGO Movie." The series, hosted by Moving Picture Institute fellow and comedian Andrew Heaton, is not your average movie review show: EconPop