Atlanta 1708 Peachtree Street, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30309
+1.404.885.1723
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Atlanta Office

Brian Feldman

Partner + General Manager

Brian has more than 20 years of experience in public affairs and advocacy, with expertise in grassroots outreach, coalition-building and political intelligence. His work has spanned numerous sectors. He has a deep expertise, however, working with clients in healthcare, including the Healthcare Leadership Council, Pharmaceutical and Research Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), FDA and Tivity Health (Healthways), Inc. Brian speaks regularly on topics ranging from federal legislation to healthcare, and has served as a moderator at hundreds of Congressional meetings. A member of the State Bar of Georgia, he earned his bachelor of arts degree cum laude from the University of Florida and received his J.D. degree with honors from the University of Florida College of Law.


+1.404.885.1723
atlantaoffice@allisonpr.com

Atlanta

1708 Peachtree Street, Suite 100

Home to such global brands as The Coca-Cola Company, Delta Air Lines, AT&T, UPS and CNN, Atlanta is a hotbed of opportunity and has been nicknamed the “Silicon Peach” due to its burgeoning technology sector. Our team understands this complex landscape and helps companies both inside and outside of state lines create impactful marketing communications programs that build awareness, influence policy, spark action and drive business results. We also have specialized expertise in the food and beverage, franchise sales, healthcare and public affairs sectors.

ATLANTA IN THE HOT SEAT

  • Office anthem: “Georgia on My Mind,” by Ray Charles
  • Favorite in-office activity: Eating our colleague’s Pinterest-worthy baked goods
  • Loudest time of day in the office: We are Southern, loud and lively all day

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Hours in Atlanta 

Start your day early by fueling up at Thumbs Up Diner’s Sweet Auburn location. It’s a cash only establishment and the line is often out the door, but the food is well worth the wait. From there, stop by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and the National Park Service’s Martin Luther King National Historic Site to learn more about the life of the nation's most prominent civil rights leader in the 20th century.  After stopping at the Visitor Center, make your way to the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was baptized and, at the age of 19, ordained as a minister. Don’t skip out on visiting Birth Home Block, where this influential man was born and grew up.

From there, check out the downtown/midtown areas of the city where you can enjoy the Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere and home to thousands of animals and species of marine life. If fish aren’t your thing, stop at one of our many museums, such as the High Museum of Art or, for modern art aficionados, the Museum of Design Atlanta. Then savor lunch near Piedmont Park at The Nook, with Southern-style smoked pork and sweet tea.

After lunch, take a walk along the Atlanta Beltline to experience the city. When completed, this network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor will ultimately link 45 in-town neighborhoods and provide first and last mile connectivity for regional transportation initiatives.

There is no shortage of things to do at night in Atlanta, but we suggest taking in a show at the fabulous Fox Theater or enjoying live music and concerts at The Tabernacle. Or, if you are a sports fan, stop by Phillips Arena for a Hawks game.

For dinner, enjoy one of Atlanta's many fine restaurants, such as Bacchanalia or Restaurant Eugene. Finish the evening off with a craft cocktail at Proof and Provisions or catch a comedy show at Dad’s Garage.