WASHINGTON, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Qorvis Communications, LLC today
announced that David Bass, the deputy publisher of The Weekly Standard, has
joined the firm as a managing director. Bass spent the past six years at The
Weekly Standard, where the publication enjoyed meteoric ascension in the press
as well as within the national public affairs community. Bass brings a total
of 14 years of media experience to Qorvis.
Bass' media tenure included stints at The Washington Times, National
Journal and Campaigns & Elections, where his work included the magazine as
well as its grassroots and political training arm, The Hill. In various
publishing capacities, his work has included marketing, public relations,
business development, strategic planning, media strategy and occasional
"David Bass' role and experience in conservative media circles will give
our clients valuable insights and contacts in critical circles of public
policy debate," said Michael Petruzzello, managing partner at Qorvis. "David
adds more firepower to our growing team."
In addition to his experience in the media and Capitol Hill, Bass served
in the office of international affairs at the American Trucking Association.
Bass performed his undergraduate and graduate education at the University of
Richmond, Old Dominion University and Syracuse University. He is an elected
member of the Republican Central Committee.
Qorvis Communications is widely regarded as the largest independently
owned public relations firm based in the Greater Washington, D.C. area.
Formed in August 2000, Qorvis has offices in Washington, D.C. and McLean,
Virginia, and provides its clients with expertise in the areas of investor and
financial relations, public affairs, grassroots campaigns, public and media
relations, marketing communications and research and opinion surveys. The
Washington, D.C. based law firm of Patton & Boggs is an investor in and
strategic partner to Qorvis.
SOURCE Qorvis Communications, LLC