usband and wife team Tracy and Frank Mayernick, along with Jodi Lea Snell, brought in nearly $830K in lobbying fees for the first quarter of 2014.
In Q1 2014, Mayernick reported estimated maximum earnings of $619,960 in legislative fees, $209,979 for executive advocacy — for a total of up to $829,939.
Mayernick’s highest paying client in Q1 was the RAI Services Company, an affiliate parent company of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco. RAI gave a maximum of $39,999 for legislative advocacy services.
Casino and hotel organization Boyd Gaming Corporation and Lexington National Insurance Corporation are the next largest clients, each spending up to $29,999 in legislative lobbying fees.
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.)
- Florida Optometric Association
- HCA Healthcare
- Patient advocate pharmacy IWP
- Lutheran Services Florida
- Oasis Legal Finance
- Counseling and advocacy group PACE Center for Girls, Inc.
- Mental health inpatient services group Personal Enrichment through Mental Health Services, Inc. (PEMHS)
- South Florida Automobile Dealers Association
- UHS of Delaware, Inc., the management arm of Universal Health Services
- Florida agriculture giant United States Sugar Corporation
Alkermes and Boyd Gaming are also top executive clients, spending up to $9,999 with Mayernick in Q1.
Among the other executive lobbying customers spending up to $9,999 is Armor Correctional Health Services Inc., Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Florida and the Citrus Health Network, Inc.