| "The Great Communicator"|
When Winston Churchill was twelve, his father sent him to England's Harrow School. He remained in the lower grades much longer than his classmates. But in later life he saw this as an advantage, because as the "smarter" students learned Latin and Greek, he mastered the structure of the English sentence, which served him well as he ultimately became a great orator. This PR feat led him to become one of Britain's greatest Prime Ministers and wartime leaders.
Like Churchill, GCA is a "Great Communicator" for our clients. That's how we generate not only millions of reader impressions for our clients, but also TV & radio coverage.