The government of the Republic of Honduras has hired Curley Company to inform U.S. audiences on developments and business opportunities in that Central American nation.
The government of the Republic of Honduras has hired Washington, D.C.-based PR and public affairs agency Curley Company to promote that Central American nation to U.S. audiences.
According to Foreign Agents Registration Act documents filed in July, Curley will shape and distribute communications materials — press release, speeches, fact sheets — designed to inform public officials, legislators and the American public regarding developments in Honduras and how those developments can help further business and political relations between the two countries, and will also identify opportunities for Honduran leaders to communicate with American stakeholders.
The agreement, which will fetch Curley $40,000, covers two months of services, slated to run between June and August.
Curley was founded in 2002 by president and CEO Jennifer Curley, a former Hill aide and Edelman technology VP. Clients have included AARP, Google, Samsung USA, the Anti-Spyware Coalition and the U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
The pact was signed by Jorge Alberto Milla Reyes, Honduras’ Ambassador in Washington.