Be sure to check out Qorvis’ Federal Budget Expert Stan Collender on Bloomberg TV at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. He’ll be discussing the budget and debt ceiling—particularly the talks taking place today at the White House between the President and GOP leadership, and the negative impact on financial markets if they don’t/can’t/won’t reach an agreement.
You can find other Qorvis Communications folk in Washington Life this week. Seth Pietras and Matt Lauer attended the re-launch of the Washington Convention and Sports Authority—now known as Events DC—which took place at Sax Restaurant & Lounge in Penn Quarter. As stated in the accompanying article, “…hospitality, events and tourism drive about $400 million in economic growth for the District each year, and no city-chartered organization is better positioned [as Events DC] to campaign to attract more events and provide greater economic benefits for the nation’s capital.”
Qorvis Communications knows, since we’ve helped to conduct some of the most high-profile events in Washington, for such clients as Bloomberg, Capitol File, the National Gallery of Art, GQ, Financial Times and numerous Embassies. We wish it good luck.