Burson repping Colombia

WASHINGTON: Burson-Marsteller will provide strategic communications counsel to officials at the US Embassy of Colombia on the Free Trade Agreement and the anti-drug-trade Plan Colombia, under a year-long, approximately $300,000 contract that began March 9, 2007, according to a Justice Department filing. Work will include development of key messaging, talking points, and briefing materials; coordinating media interviews and public events on behalf of the embassy; setting up meetings for the ambassador with government officials; and educating members of Congress and other audiences on the Free Trade Agreement and Plan Colombia.

WASHINGTON: Burson-Marsteller will provide strategic communications counsel to officials at the US Embassy of Colombia on the Free Trade Agreement and the anti-drug-trade Plan Colombia, under a year-long, approximately $300,000 contract that began March 9, 2007, according to a Justice Department filing. Work will include development of key messaging, talking points, and briefing materials; coordinating media interviews and public events on behalf of the embassy; setting up meetings for the ambassador with government officials; and educating members of Congress and other audiences on the Free Trade Agreement and Plan Colombia.

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