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Duffey Communications Announces Newest Member of Public Affairs Team

-- Jason T. Skipper joins agency as Senior Account Executive --


ATLANTA (Feb. 24, 2011) – Duffey Communications, one of the oldest independently owned, full-service agencies in the southeast, recently announced the addition of Jason T. Skipper as senior account executive of public affairs. In this role, Skipper will assist in establishing and maintaining high-level working relationships between clients and key business, governmental, academic and nonprofit leaders.

“Jason has a strong background in public affairs, and his expertise in this core area makes him an ideal fit for this position,” says Sherri Fallin Simmons, president and chief executive officer for Duffey Communications. “His fresh ideas will be a welcome contribution to our public affairs team, and we look forward to his many successes with the company.”

Skipper previously served as metropolitan Atlanta Regional Representative and community liaison for the district office of United States Senator Johnny Isakson. While representing the Senator on multiple community boards and committees throughout 14 metro Atlanta counties, he provided expertise on issues covering education, health care, employment, economic development and transportation.

Skipper earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Valdosta State University.


About Duffey Communications

Founded in 1984, Duffey Communications has developed a long-standing reputation for unbridled creativity and a keen spirit of entrepreneurialism. Twenty-seven years and over 500 awards later, Duffey has grown into one of the nation’s leading public relations, integrated marketing and public affairs firms and is one of the oldest independently-owned, full-service agencies in the southeast. For more information, visit www.duffey.com.


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