Kenya, site of the horrific shopping mall terror attack, counts on Omnicom’s Chlopak, Leonard, Schechter & Assocs. property for strategic communications in the U.S.
Firm co-founder Peter Schechter heads the campaign, which covers research, messaging, media relations and management of third-party advocacy networks/coalitions.
CLS&A received more than $630K in fees/expenses from the Kenyans during the year ended April 30, according to federal filings.
The firm contacted reporters (Washington Post, ABC, Time, The Atlantic), think tanks, Congressional staffers and Kenya’s Twitter followers on behalf of the client.
A CLS&A spokesperson said he "preferred not to comment" about the firm's activities during the Westgate Mall showdown.