The R&R Phoenix office hosted an open house to celebrate its recent move to Phoenix’s historic Warehouse District and to unveil its newly renovated home. What ended up happening was much more than a typical ribbon-cutting with an open bar.Read More›
As we looked back from the far street corner to our freshly painted building, we knew that 121 E. Buchanan was finally our home. We are now part of the Warehouse District—a move that started eight years ago for the agency— and our new signage shows the block that we’re fully committed.Read More›
Historic freight elevators carry a sense of the wonder in their clunky mechanical gears that is lost in our daily experience of new, light and shiny battery-operated glass elevators. There is a tangible history in the well-worn ruts and gears of a freight elevator that one simply doesn’t find in a lovely stainless steel cab with lit buttons for each floor. There is no music in a freight elevator when the doors close—the only melody is the gears grinding and lurching the box into motion by pulling a lever like a slot machine. There’s magic in that.Read More›
Nearly as old as our state, the warehouse has seen the rise of every Arizona governor, speaker, supervisor and mayor since 1928.
-Jeff Gray, Deputy Director, Client Services
The lobbying industry was founded on the basis of being in close proximity to elected public officials.
Legend is that President Ulysses S. Grant coined the term “lobbyist” in the 1860s. He would often escape the confines of the White House to have a cigar and brandy at the nearby Willard Hotel lobby in the evenings.Read More›