Scott Miller is a top lobbyist for Procter & Gamble. In a review of Washington D.C.-based lobbyists The Hill wrote, "Miller will press for approval of a host of trade agreements while fighting off efforts to tighten trade rules on China." 
"Scott Miller is Chairman and Founder of Core Strategy Group. Prior to that, he was President and Founder of Sawyer/Miller Group in New York and Washington, D.C. the pioneering political strategy firm of the worldwide electronic democracy.
"As one of the top strategic marketing and communications consultants in the world, Mr. Miller has worked with The Coca-Cola Company, News Corporation, Cox Newspapers Microsoft, Apple Computer, The Home Depot, Highfields Capital, McDonald's, Disney, Dell Computers, CitiGroup, Janus Capital Group, Visa, Gap, Reebok, Exxon, Miller Brewing Company, 7-Eleven, The Tribune Company, Samuel Adams Beer and Stew Leonard's.
"Mr. Miller began his career in advertising and subsequently become Executive Vice-President and Creative Director of McCann-Erickson USA. Among his account responsibilities were The Coca-Cola Company, Miller Brewing Company and Exxon. He won every major award for creative excellence, including several Clio awards and a Silver Lion at the Cannes Film Festival." 
- Walter Shapiro, "Annals of Influence Peddling", Slate, July 14, 1998.
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