Xenophon takes on Capitol Historical Society pro bono

WASHINGTON: Xenophon Strategies will soon be doing some patriotic pro bono work, publicizing and providing strategic counsel to the US Capitol Historical Society (USCHS).

WASHINGTON: Xenophon Strategies will soon be doing some patriotic pro bono work, publicizing and providing strategic counsel to the US Capitol Historical Society (USCHS).

Founded in 1962, the USCHS is a private nonprofit that promotes the history of the Capitol building and Congress, largely through educational events, exhibits, and merchandise.

"They really are kind of an unsung hero in the effort to communicate all that the Capitol is and represents," said Xenophon SVP Chris Krese. "The goal of our work will be to generate greater awareness of the educational services they provide."

The USCHS is the first full-time pro bono client for Xenophon, a crisis communications and public affairs firm with offices in DC and San Francisco.

"The Society has a powerful story to tell, and we're pleased to have Xenophon's expertise, which will help us tell our story with top-notch professionalism. This relationship will help us provide even greater value to our members, and greater service to the nation," said Ronald Sarasin, USCHS president.

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