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About Top Shelf Lobby

When it comes to getting results in government relations, always reach for the top. Top Shelf Lobby is a full-service government relations firm providing strategic advocacy before the legislative and executive branches at the local, state and federal level. Proven as Kentucky’s premier advocacy powerhouse, Top Shelf Lobby successfully manages strategic influence for some of the world’s most renowned brands.

With more than 50 years of combined experience, our team has cultivated key relationships that provide winning results for our partner businesses and organizations. With offices in Frankfort, Louisville, and Northern Kentucky, Top Shelf Lobby excels at providing solutions that win.

Talent

With more than 50 years of combined experience, the Top Shelf Lobby team has the relationships that provide results for our partner businesses or organizations. With offices in Frankfort, Louisville and Northern Kentucky, Top Shelf Lobby excels at providing solutions that win.

Success

When you need solutions, reach for the top. Learn about some of our stories and how we put together winning strategies for our clients and partners. Our clients are as diverse as the issues we lobby.

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Two Kentucky groundbreakings for Wawa🪿special thanks to the local and state officials who attended to recognize this investment in the commonwealth. Check out Lt. Governor Coleman’s press release below👇Lt. Gov. Coleman Joins Officials To Break Ground on Wawa StorePopular brand opening first two Kentucky convenience stores in Louisville and NicholasvilleNICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (June 5, 2024) – Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman joined local officials today to break ground on one of two Wawa stores, a convenience retail chain entering the Kentucky market. The stores are projected to open late second quarter of 2025.“Today we welcome Wawa to Team Kentucky. This groundbreaking serves as another reminder of the historic economic momentum we are experiencing in Kentucky,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “Since we took office in December 2019, Gov. Beshear and I have announced private-sector new location and expansion projects worth more than $30 billion in investments. This type of investment has never happened in our history. And the best part is the creation of more than 53,000 full-time jobs for Kentuckians.”“We are excited to begin construction on our stores in Kentucky as we get closer to bringing the unique Wawa experience to new customers in more markets,” said Director of Store Operations for Wawa Joe Collins. “We look forward to continuing to spread our wings in Kentucky and can’t wait to get started serving our new friends and neighbors.”In 2025, Wawa plans to open nine stores in Kentucky. Over the next decade, Wawa plans to build and open as many as 40 stores in the state. Wawa currently has more than 20 sites under contract across Boone, Bullitt, Campbell, Fayette, Hardin, Jefferson, Jessamine, Oldham, Scott, Shelby, Simpson and Warren counties. To build each store, Wawa will invest more than $7.5 million and employ, on average, 140 contractors and local partners. Once open, each store will employ an average of 35 associates, with Wawa expecting to create almost 1,500 long-term new jobs in Kentucky.As part of the groundbreaking, Wawa and the Wawa Foundation announced contributions to two community partners in Kentucky. Dare to Care and God’s Pantry Food Bank each received a grant of $10,000 from the Wawa Foundation Fly Beyond Fund, a signature initiative to fight food insecurity and support programs providing good, nutritious food to build healthy habits and help kids thrive.“The Wawa Foundation is thrilled to provide grants to our food bank partners toward programs providing consistent access to nutritious and healthy meals for kids,” said Wawa Foundation President Elizabeth Simeone. “We are very excited to begin to share our Fly Beyond mission with our newest food bank partners in the Midwest as we begin our expansion to these new markets.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Great panel featuring Amanda Stallings with National Grid Renewables giving insight on clean energy developments at the 13th Annual Kentucky Energy Management Conference. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations Sen. Damon Thayer & Rep. Michael Meredith on your hard work!🏀🏈⚾️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Another new drop location!! The amount of support has come from far and wide. HUGE THANK YOU to our friends & partners in the Greater Frankfort Lobbying Corp for making this possible! There's still time to make donations!🎄

“I’m eager to get to work on advocating for the members of the Northern Kentucky business community.”
https://www.rcnky.com/articles/2021/09/15/nky-chamber-names-new-vp-public-affairs

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