Public Alliance is well known for creativity and quality of work, but what sets us apart is the level of personal attention and responsiveness we provide our clients and our commitment to a business culture of integrity and transparency, which includes providing true accountability measures, ensuring clients can effectively evaluate ROI.


June is Pride Month and over the past couple of decades we’ve all seen corporate America rush to show how much they support LGBTQIA+ awareness and representation. While this is a great development, it’s clear that brands big and small need to be smart about how they go about waving the rainbow flag. Sometimes they hit the mark, but just as often, they miss it badly. We’ve collected a few great pride campaigns to show you how brands can use their reach to create more awareness for the LGBTQIA+ community. LEVI’S Levi’s “All Pronouns All Love” collection took a slightly different approach when designing their pride collection for 2021. Levi’s decided to use as many colors as possible and not just the traditional rainbow color palette. They also offer several customizable products to give customers the opportunity to create clothes that represent

Public Alliance is well known for our award-winning marketing and advertising, but during election season, we’re also sought out for our political campaign planning, strategy, and creative services. For the May 2021 elections, one of the political clients we were proud to work with was school board candidate, Clay Page. Making his first run for elective office, Clay is the owner of a successful San Antonio-based construction company and he came to Public Alliance when he and his wife made the decision for him to seek a position on the Alamo Heights Independent School District Board of Trustees. Alamo Heights is an incorporated city with a population of about 8,000 and located entirely within the city limits of San Antonio, TX. As he prepared to launch his campaign, we met with Clay to lay out his campaign strategy and develop a comprehensive plan,