Crosslink Strategy Group
Crosslink Strategy Group (CSG), co-founded in 2005 by Terry Nelson and John Dunagan, "offers traditional grassroots lobbying services as well as unique grasstops services, such as 'surgical' in-state lobbying, political intelligence collection and 'Media Where it Matters'. Crosslink Strategy Group features the most current and extensive national network of top-notch field operatives in the industry and, due to the 'boutique' nature of the firm, Crosslink's clients receive unparalleled personal service from its principals," its website states.
In May 2006, Crosslink become an operating unit of Mercury Public Affairs, a "full-service communications firm headquartered in New York, and a member of the Fleishman-Hillard family of companies," which is part of Omnicom Group.
Crosslink was created to "manufacture 'grassroots' campaigns for corporations and interest groups," Andrew Wheat wrote October 21, 2005, in The Texas Observer. 
- Terry Nelson, Founder and Principal
- John Dunagan, Principal and Managing Director
- Chris LaCivita, Consultant (helped design Swift Boat Veterans for Truth anti-John Kerry ads in 2004)
- Steve Rice, Vice President
- Jim Eltringham, Client Services Manager
- Tony Gius, Client Services Manager
- Mark Stephenson, Client Services Manager
1775 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 202 338-0022
FAX: 202 551-9966
Related SourceWatch articles
- Services, Crosslink Strategy Group.
- "Former Bush-Cheney Political Director Terry Nelson Joins Mercury Public Affairs as Washington, D.C., Partner," Lexdon Business Library, May 4, 2006.
- Andrew Wheat, "Delay's Beautiful Laundrette," The Texas Observer, October 21, 2005.
- Julia Malone, "McCain Adviser Linked to Anti-Ford Ad," Austin Statesman, October 26, 2006.
- Ken Whitehouse, "Link: Creator of controversial Ford ad unmasked," Nashville Post, October 26, 2006.