Personnel note: Trey Price launches Price Point Strategies

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Veteran lobbyist Harold L. “Trey” Price today announced the formation of Price Point Strategies, LLC, an advocacy firm focusing on state and local government in Florida.

“After working nearly 20 years with state and local governments and political campaigns across Florida, I’m very excited to announce the launch of Price Point Strategies,” said Price. “Responsive, knowledgeable advocacy is something that is always in demand, and I am excited to put my skills to work for my clients.”

Price Point Strategies will focus on the diverse areas of state and local taxation, property rights, housing and development, healthcare policy, and appropriation procurement.  With contacts and allies throughout Florida, Price Point Strategies will offer a wide range of services to organizations, associations, and companies that seek representation before state and local government.

Price has a rich depth of experience in government and politics, serving the last 14 years as an in-house lobbyist for the state’s largest trade organization, Florida Realtors. He also has worked as a campaign manager for several legislative and local campaigns, a general campaign consultant, and a legislative assistant in the Florida House.

Price also has extensive experience working on successful campaigns to amend — or prevent others from amending — Florida’s Constitution. He began his career in politics as an assistant in the political office of U.S. Sugar Corp., and went on to assist the campaign to defeat the Sugar Tax Amendment in 1996, one of the largest and most expensive constitutional amendment campaigns in Florida history. While at Florida Realtors, Price helped author and shepherd through the Legislature the 2008 Property Tax Amendment 1, which increased Florida’s homestead exemption and gave “portability” to homeowners wanting to move and hold onto their tax break, among other provisions.

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