20th Anniversary

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Celebrating 20 years of excellence

In 2014, Christie Strategy Group celebrated its 20th anniversary. During those 20 years, the firm has served over one hundred clients and achieved outstanding success in the governmental affairs arena.

 Martin Christie founded the firm in 1994 with one client and a deep commitment to client service. Since that time, the firm has grown to become one of the most well respected, full service governmental relations firms in Alabama.

Over the years, clients have included the Business Council of Alabama, U. S. Steel, T-Mobile, the Alabama Cable Telecommunications Association, the Alabama Railway Association, the City of Montgomery and many other companies, trade associations and local governments.

“Clients come to Christie Strategy Group because of our strong track record of success in solving problems in the legislative and government arena. They stay with us because they receive a level of service which is second to none,” Christie said.

“Our firm’s success is built on an in depth knowledge of Alabama government developed over many years. We have worked with six successive Administrations and legislative bodies. Throughout this time, we have built and maintained solid relationships with public officials on both sides of the aisle,” Christie noted.

“Most importantly, people in and outside of government know our word is good. We have a reputation for ethical conduct and that has been the most important key to our success,” he concluded.

Christie Strategy Group is a full service public affairs/lobbying firm located in Montgomery, Alabama representing businesses, trade associations and local governments throughout the state.

 

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Legislative Report


May 24, 2019


Senate Approves General Fund Budget; House Committee Approves Education Trust Fund Budget

On Tuesday, the Senate approved the $2.1 billion state general fund budget by a unanimous vote. The House moved to non-concur on the budget, so it now goes to conference committee.


The budget sets aside an extra $7 million for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) to hire 50 new state troopers, increases the Department of Corrections’ budget by $46 million, and includes a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment for state employees.

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:

  • House Sponsor says Lottery Bill Dead
  • Bill to Allow Beer Manufacturer to Own Brewpub Approved by House Committee
  • Upcoming Legislative Schedule


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