El Paso, TX

500 N Oregon St, 2nd floor
El Paso, TX 79901

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Bridging Cultures Across Texas

Since 2015, Raben has helped our Texas clients create a lasting mark on their communities, from supporting international trade to championing education and workforce initiatives.

Our El Paso office has worked with clients to influence decision-making at all levels of government, produce winning communications for diverse audiences, and increase collaboration, partnerships, community engagement, and more. With our statewide networks, deep roots in advocacy, and commitment to excellence, Raben Texas helps clients succeed.

Our El Paso team regularly prepares clients to lobby local, state, and federal lawmakers, and provides direction to local nonprofits and foundations. We create campaigns and initiatives that make a real difference, and we’re proud of our track record of planning successful events — from press announcements to major ribbon-cutting and ground-breaking ceremonies, we ensure everyone in the room walks away with the same message.

“Since the day it opened its doors in El Paso, Raben has set the standard for delivering quality work at the highest level. I have relied on them not just for strategic counsel and insight into what is happening in Washington and across Texas, but also for their commitment to getting the little things right. Whether it is supporting regional initiatives or launching statewide campaigns, I know I’m in good hands with the team at Raben.” – Woody L. Hunt, Senior Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Hunt Companies, The Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation

Local and Regional Clients

Client Results

  • We conceived and executed a groundbreaking campaign to end the use of the phrase “child prostitute” by the news media. As a result of the campaign, the Associated Press urged its reporters and editors to no longer use the phrase.

  • We crafted a communications strategy to help Planned Parenthood fend off an international PR crisis that threatened its ability to deliver essential health services to women across America.