Our Clients

Farr Marketing Group has represented numerous nonprofit, for-profit, corporations and institutions in a wide range of industries. Our experience and understanding of so many business sectors makes us uniquely qualified to represent organizations in virtually any industry.

A sample of the organizations we have had the privilege of representing include:

Automotive:

  • BMW
  • Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America

Corporate:

  • ArrowWood Health & Fitness Resort
  • Bergman Construction
  • High Resolution Sciences
  • Investor’s Business Daily (William O’Neil + Co.)
  • Judicate
  • LearJet Corporation
  • National Cement Corporation
  • Nippon Telegraph & Telephone
  • Superior Industries (NYSE)
  • Todd Pacific Shipyards

Entertainment:

  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars)
  • New World Entertainment
  • Westwood One Radio Syndicate

Financial Services:

  • AXA-Midi Assurances
  • Bank Hapoalim
  • CitiCorp Financial Services
  • First Executive Insurance Corp.
  • Executive Life Insurance Co.
  • Household Bank
  • Household Finance Corporation
  • TRW Investments Corp.
  • Union Bank

Law Firms (partial list):

  • Cris Armenta LLP
  • Irell & Manella LLP
  • Lynberg & Nelson
  • Nizer Phillips
  • Louis Nizer, Esq.
  • Parker, Milliken, Clark, O’Hara & Samuelian LLP
  • Rein Evans & Sestanovich LLP
  • Van Etten Suzumoto & Becket LLP

Litigation Support:

We have a long and successful history of working with attorneys on high-profile and sensitive litigation matters.  The many cases and (additional) law firms we have represented are not included here due to our policy of client confidentiality upon their request.

Nonprofits:

  • American Jewish University  (higher education)
  • BUILD One-Stop Career Centers  (career training)
  • California Literacy  (adult education)
  • California State University, Dominguez Hills   (higher education)
  • Coalition for Fair Employment  (advocacy)
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation  (advocacy education)
  • County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Social Services — CalWorks  (public service)
  • Design for Sharing  (arts education)
  • Educating Young Minds  (after school tutoring and mentoring)
  • ETTA  (housing and social services for adults with special needs)
  • Exceptional Children’s Foundation  (developmental disabilities)
  • Fremont College  (higher education)
  • Hadassah  (community service)
  • Hope So bright (Autism, ADD, ADHD awareness)
  • International March of the Living  (global youth education)
  • ITT Technical Institute  (professional training)
  • J. Paul Getty Trust  (arts)
  • Jewish Family Service  (communal service)
  • Lazarex Cancer Foundation  (health)
  • Los Angeles Channel 36  (education)
  • Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center  (health)
  • Los Angeles Child Development Center  (youth mental health)
  • Los Angeles Community College District  (higher education)
  • Los Angeles Music Center – Education Division  (arts education)
  • Mary Pickford Foundation (entertainment)
  • Mount St. Mary’s Weekend College  (higher education)
  • National Assistance League (serving community needs via a network of 26,000 volunteers in 120 chapters nationwide)
  • National Electrical Contractors Assn.  (trade association)
  • National Foundation for Retirement Living  (senior living advocacy)
  • National Association of Reunion Managers  (high school reunion association)
  • New Directions for Veterans (housing and counseling for veterans)
  • Operation HOPE, Inc.  (financial literacy)
  • Project Angel Food  (community service and advocacy)
  • Project Restore  (Los Angeles City Hall restoration)
  • PROTOTYPES, Centers for Health, Mental Health and Social Services  (social services)
  • Saint Sophia Cathedral  (religious institution)
  • Samuel Goldwyn Foundation  (non-profit education funding)
  • Schools Attuned Teacher Training  (education – teacher training) 
  • Sound Art  (arts education)
  • Temple Judea (religious institution)
  • Violence Prevention Coalition of Greater Los Angeles  (social services)
  • Westside Jewish Community Center  (community relations)
  • Women’s Information Network Against Breast Cancer  (health)

Real Estate:

  • Ballona Wetlands Land Trust  (land use, environmental)
  • Community HousingWorks  (affordable housing development)
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing – Los Angeles  (supportive housing advocacy and development)
  • La Brea – Willoughby Coalition  (land use, community advocacy)

Senior Care Communities:

  • Del Webb Corporation  (retirement communities and resorts)
  • Los Angeles Jewish Home  (full continuum of senior housing and healthcare including memory care, Alzheimer’s and Dementia care)
  • National Association for Retirement Living  (senior living advocacy)
  • Regency Inn Senior Care Communities  (chain of senior communities located from Santa Barbara to San Diego)
  • Westwood Horizons Retirement Community  (retirement community)

Unions:

  • AFL-CIO Union Label Trades Department
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 11
  • Painters District 36

Featured Blog Posts


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