Mayernick Group — led by the husband and wife team of Frank Mayernick and Tracy Mayernick, along with governmental specialist Jodi Lea Snell — brought in nearly $870K in revenue for the second quarter of 2014.
In Q2 2014, the Mayernick’s posted estimated maximum earnings of $649,960 in legislative fees, $219,978 for executive advocacy, for a total of up to $869,938, about $40,000 more than the firm’s first quarter numbers.
The three-person lobbying team, as well as 44 legislative and 26 executive clients, have now brought the firm’s 2014 year-to-date numbers to almost $1.7 million.
Leading the firm is Frank Mayernick, former legislative affairs director for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), with more than a decade of experience in both the legislative and executive branches. Prior to the DJJ, Mayernick served in the Speaker’s Legislative Fellowship Program for the state House Rules Committee.
Mayernick’s highest-paying Q2 legislative client is Sarasota County School Board, providing $49,999 for legislative advocacy services.
At the $19,999 maximum range for Q1 are a broad array of businesses and organizations:
- Innovative medicine firm Alkermes, Inc.
- Associated Industries of Florida
- Communications giant AT&T
- Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Florida
- Community Assisted & Supported Living, Inc (C.A.S.L., Inc.)
A wide range of interests make up the firm’s executive client roster, each paying up to $9,999:
- Wetland treatment technology firm Watershed Technologies, LLC
- U.S. Sugar Corporation
- Hospital management company UHS of Delaware, Inc
- Securus Technologies, Inc., a Dallas-based correctional industry communications firm
- Fort Lauderdale advocacy firm Rubin Group
- Providence Management Corporation of Florida
- Personal Enrichment Through Mental Health Services, Inc.(PEMHS)
- PACE Center for Girls, Inc