From Our Bunker, We Will Stop At Noth­ing To Win The War.

Art + Science

The Buf­fa­lo Group is hard to cat­e­go­rize. It’s not on­ly mar­ket­ing. Not on­ly pol­i­tics. Not on­ly on on the ground op­er­a­tional. It’s all of these mixed to­geth­er, with a ve­he­mence you haven’t seen before.

Morn­ing, Noon & Night Updates

The War Room be­comes our sole pur­pose of ex­is­tence dur­ing the du­ra­tion of the cam­paign. Al­though do leave oc­ca­sion­al­ly, metaphor­i­cal­ly and lit­er­al­ly, to ne­ces­si­ties like food.

Ac­tion-Ori­ent­ed Non-Stop

In the War Room, we fig­ure out what needs to be done and we do it. It’s not like in the movies with a mil­lion knobs and screens. Just a silent hum­ming, the sound of our stay­ing on target.

Sur­gi­cal­ly Methodological

The War Room is­n’t a place where you go to have a beer. Your mis­sion be­comes our mis­sion, so our of­fices and our homes be­come your com­mand cen­ter. All hands on deck.

Most of all, we un­der­stand what politi­cians think but don’t say so we can op­er­ate on our own, safe­ly and in a goal-ori­ent­ed man­ner, with­out too much over-coordination.

The War Room

Here are two of the chal­lenges of po­lit­i­cal cam­paigns: first, or­ga­niz­ing every­one takes time; and sec­ond­ly, lots of the im­por­tant is­sues are just com­plex to talk about. But here’s the thing: we have so much ex­pe­ri­ence, that we al­le­vi­ate the bur­den of con­stant com­mu­ni­ca­tion and mi­cro­man­age­ment: we wor­ry about it, so you don’t need to. We will take our learn­ings back to you, so you can ad­just the parts of your cam­paign not un­der our con­trol ap­pro­pri­ate­ly. We will com­mu­ni­cate da­ta, re­sults, up­dates, all the time. But we keep our eyes on the ball, the prize — so you can keep your eyes fo­cused on what mat­ters the most to you: your con­stituents, of course.

The War Room

Mar­ket­ing for Politicians

We’re Your War Room. We Fight To Win.