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

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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

Marita Noon to Visit Pepperdine University Thursday

Malibu, CA - Renowned energy expert and Townhall columnist Marita Noon will be speaking on March 12 at 7:00 pm at Pepperdine University as part of the Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow's "Real Energy, Not Green Energy" campaign.  Noon, author of 20 books including Energy Freedom, is  Executive Director for Energy Makes America Great Inc., an

EconPop Makes Economics Cool With New YouTube Show; New Show Examines Economics Through Lens of Film and Popular Culture

Austin, TX - EconPop, the new YouTube web series, released its pilot episode today. The series, hosted by political satirist Andrew Heaton, examines economics through the lens of film and popular culture. The premiere episode looks at the economic ideas behind one of 2013's most acclaimed movies, Dallas Buyers Club.

Film Nonprofit Praises Films for Positive Portrayals of Freedom

New York, NY - Today the Moving Picture Institute has announced the results of their second annual "Liberty in Film Awards." Unlike the upcoming Academy Awards, the Liberty in Film Awards recognize mainstream films that celebrate entrepreneurship and self-determination.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Seeks Exceptionally Promising 7th Graders for Generous Educational Program

Lansdowne, VA - Committed to advancing educational opportunities for high-achieving, low-income students, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is pleased to announce the 2014 application for its Young Scholars Program is now open.

Film Nonprofit Praises, Roasts Oscar Picks for Their Portrayals of Freedom

New York, NY - Coinciding with the Academy Award nominations, the Moving Picture Institute seeks nominations for its second annual "Liberty in Film Awards." These awards recognize films that celebrate freedom and give "dishonorable mention" to movies that undermine ideals of liberty.

Alex Gibney to Executive Produce Documentary About Cuba's Most Famous Heavy Metal Band: Hard Rock Havana

New York, NY - Alex Gibney (The Armstrong Lie) will executive produce an upcoming documentary about Cuban heavy metal band, Zeus. This indie doc is a rare American production filmed inside communist Cuba in a sign of thawing relations between the two Cold War enemies. Production team includes NYU-Tisch filmmaking team Nicholas Brennan and John Logan Pierson, Executive Produce

Communist Cuba's Legendary Heavy Metal Band, Zeus; A Feature Doc Will Tell Their Story

Havana and New York - The most iconic stars in Cuba are the members of Zeus, the country's oldest heavy metal band. They've performed in Havana since the 1980s, when this American-influenced music was officially banned by the Castro government. The long-haired rockers (called "freakies") were thrown in jail and concerts were broken up by state police.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Arts Award Application Now Open for Promising Artists with Financial Need


Lansdowne, VA - Today the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announces the opening of its Graduate Arts Award application. The Graduate Arts Award recognizes and rewards America's up-and-coming artists from lower-income backgrounds with up to $50,000 per year for up to three years to attend an accredited graduate institution in the U.S. or abroad.

Generous Transfer Scholarship Opens Nationwide for Community College Students

Lansdowne, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation launched its application for the Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, the largest private scholarship in the nation for community college transfer students. This scholarship provides up to $30,000 per year for up to 75 students from a nationwide applicant pool who plan to transfer to top four-year colleges or universities next fall.

New College Scholarship Opens for High-Achieving, Low-Income Students Nationwide

Lansdowne, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation opened a new college scholarship for high-achieving, lower-income high school seniors who seek to attend the country's best four-year colleges and universities.