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  Darrell Campbell has been providing governmental relations and public affairs for 11 years in South Carolina, and represents major business interest before the Governor's office, SC General Assembly, SC Congressional delegation, local government, and various regulatory bodies. Darrell started the Campbell Consulting Group in 2005 after working as an associate for Ogburn & Associates, a former legislator for five years.

Campbell Consulting Group is a bipartisan firm that represents major health care for clients Pfizer, Palmetto Health, Life Enhancement Services and other trade associations. Our firm represents major business companies on taxation, economic development, tort reform, and appropriation matters. Progress Energy, Fluor, and various trade associations have retained Mr. Campbell for over 10 years because of his in-depth knowledge of State government, and his relationship with key decision makers.

Mr. Campbell managed the issue advocacy, communications, and governmental relations effort for the NFL Network in South Carolina in 2006. The firm has been representing companies issue advocacy, grasstops, and grassroot efforts in South Carolina for 10 years. The repeat referrals is based on the deliverables that the firm has produced for clients like General Motors, Education Management Corporation and Clear Channel on their Federal legislative or regulatory matters.

Mr. Campbell expanded his practice several years ago which included procurement and business development for major companies Tata Consultancy, Cumming/SMG, and Brownstone Construction Group.

Mr. Campbell secured the Program/Construction Management services for $60 million school building for Dillon County School District, provided counsel to local stakeholders, school Board members and legislative delegation for the successful passage of the legislation to finance the construction program and the sales tax bond referendum. After the unstable economy disrupted the sale of the bonds for the district, Mr. Campbell along with the District's bond counsel work closely with Congressman Spratt and Clyburn to secure bridge financing through the USDA Rural Development Office. Dillon County will be building a new J.V. Martin School that was highlighted in the National spotlight after a student, Ty'Sheoma Bethea wrote the US Congress about the conditions of the dilapdated school which led to visits by then, Sen. Barack Obama during the 2008 Presidential campaign. President Barack Obama invited and honored Ty'Sheoma Bethea at his 2009 State of the Union address.

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