WPP Firms Lobbied for the NRA While Its Agencies Made Gun Control Ads, Records Show

Prime Policy Group and Ogilvy Government Relations worked with the group

The gun control campaign 'Gun Store' won multiple Cannes Lions for WPP's Grey New York in 2015. Grey

PR firms owned by holding company WPP lobbied the United States government on behalf of the National Rifle Association for years while its creative agencies simultaneously made and promoted ads advocating for stricter gun control laws, according to public records.

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