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LVM Group founder David Grant learned his public relations craft at Rubenstein Associates, but he has been out on his own for 27 years now, long enough for his firm to develop its own personality and its own relationships.

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LVM Group founder David Grant learned his public relations craft at Rubenstein Associates, but he has been out on his own for 27 years now, long enough for his firm to develop its own personality and its own relationships, earning the respect of journalists at key publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes and thus offering clients the ability to deliver high-level media coverage—as well as counsel on crises and public affairs issues, and services ranging from speechwriting to special events management.
 
The firm has historically focused on several key industries, most notably real estate and the professional services sector, but also including the healthcare, hospitality and entertainment industries. In 2001, for example, the firm came up with a “No Bull” promotion for The New Yorker Hotel, offering daily discounts based on the performance of the Dow (cheap rooms if the Dow was down, drinks on the house if it was up) that attracted coverage in Business Week, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, among many other media.
 
New business wins included the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors; Squadron Ellenoff Plesent & Sheinfield; The Durst Organization; New York Mortgage Company; Legacy Group; Alayo Consulting Architect; and SBLM Architects. Revenues for the year were up a healthy 13 percent.
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