AGA hires Levick to counsel Trinidad and Tobago

WASHINGTON: The AGA Group, a government relations firm, hired Levick Strategic Communications to provide PR counsel for the development of the government of Trinidad and Tobago's international financial center and to develop a crisis management plan, according to the US Department of Justice Web site.

WASHINGTON: The AGA Group, a government relations firm, hired Levick Strategic Communications to provide PR counsel for the development of the government of Trinidad and Tobago's international financial center and to develop a crisis management plan, according to the US Department of Justice Web site. Services include strategic counsel, message development, media training, and news monitoring and aim to position the Trinidad and Tobago International Financial Center in a "positive light." The account has a $40,000 budget.

*CORRECTION: PRWeek incorrectly reported that Levick Strategic Communications had been hired by the government of Trinidad and Tobago. We regret the error.

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