Shiloh Communications adds Teresa Crossland, Robert Moery as new partners

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Shiloh Communications has announced the addition of two new partners. Shiloh, a full-service public relations and communications firm with offices in Rogers and Little Rock, has added Teresa Crossland and Robert Moery to its list of partners that already includes Bill Vickery, Mitchell Lowe, and John Burris.

Shiloh Communications touts itself as advisors to business leaders, government officials and campaigns. It offers strategy, messaging, polling, grassroots tools and public relations services to political, public policy and governmental clients.

“Mitchell, John, and I couldn’t be more pleased to add to our growing team. The experience and expertise that Teresa and Robert bring to the table have already proven to be valuable to Shiloh and will continue to contribute to our overall success in the future,” Vickery said.

Crossland is also the Founder of Red Iron Strategies, a government relations and consulting practice based in Rogers.

“Having been involved in a number of legislative, congressional, and statewide races throughout my career, I’m ready to bring that experience to my new role with Shiloh and help our clients with shaping their message and promoting their cause,” Crossland said.

In addition to his role with Shiloh, Moery is also the Principal of Broadview Strategies, which is also a government relations and consulting practice located in Little Rock.

“I’m thrilled to begin working in an expanded capacity with Bill, Mitchell, John, and Teresa” Moery said. “Our team is very talented and I’m excited about our current work along with new projects we will be starting very soon.”

Crossland is a former Senior Vice President of State Operations at Americans for Prosperity and was the Arkansas AFP State Director. Moery was the 2018 campaign manager for Gov. Asa Hutchinson and previously served as a legislative and agency director for the governor’s office.

Vickery, Lowe, and Burris also are partners in their own lobbying firm, Capital Advisors Group, based in Little Rock.

“We believe this joint venture at Shiloh brings together a great deal of knowledge in another aspect of the political arena that offers opportunity to capitalize further on all of our messaging and public relations expertise,” Vickery said.