What clients say

“For more than a decade, Caplan Communications has helped E2 and our national network of business leaders make the economic case for climate action on the radio, on television and in print. Caplan is a wizard of the airwaves, helping us to hone our messages, train our messengers and reach the right markets across America in ways that no other firm can do.”

Bob Keefe, Executive Director, E2 | Environmental Entrepreneurs

“Strategic, connected, responsive, persistent. Those are some of the words that come to mind when I think of Caplan Communications. Aric and team are true partners. They are always at the top of their game, embracing our issues and driving winning strategies. That’s why we continue to work together year after year. Caplan provides a powerful megaphone spotlighting threats and opportunities facing rivers, clean water and communities. Their partnership is a key part of our effort to drive positive change.”

Amy Souers Kober, Vice President for Communications, American Rivers

“Caplan Communications is a trusted partner for the National Wildlife Federation. Aric and his team have provided essential support for our work at the intersection of conservation, public policy, and communications. They’re true pros who always go above and beyond to make us look and sound great.”

Mike Saccone, Associate Vice President of Communications, National Wildlife Federation

“Without Caplan Communications, the EPA as we know it, may not even exist today. AFGE Council 238 hired Caplan Communications in April of 2017 to assist the Council in rapid-response with its Save the U.S. EPA Campaign, and initially for three months. However, AFGE Council 238 quickly realized that Caplan was doing phenomenal work supporting our Campaign, subsequently added social media aspects, and extended the contract. Caplan Communications was vital to encouraging former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to leave his position and has fought strenuously for a stronger and better-funded EPA.”

John O’Grady, President AFGE National Council of EPA Locals #238