Lucas Announces Laramie Adams as New Communications Director

May 26, 2011

Washington, DC – U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas welcomes Gustine, Texas native Laramie Adams to his Washington, D.C. staff. Adams was hired to serve as Lucas’ communications director earlier this month.

“I am very glad to have Laramie join our team,” Lucas said. “I know his experience and expertise in communications will be a tremendous asset to my staff and to the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District.”

Adams most recently served as communications and membership coordinator for the Animal Agriculture Alliance, where he assisted with the development and implementation of the Alliance’s communications and membership strategy. Previously he served as press assistant for the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Adams graduated from Texas Tech University in December 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communications.

“It is an honor to work with Congressman Lucas and his staff,” said Adams. “I look forward to serving the Congressman and the people of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District in my new role as Communications Director.”

Adams’ parents are Larry and Sheri Adams from Gustine, Texas. His grandparents are Grace Adams from Gustine, Texas, and Gerald and Billie Thomas from Brownwood, Texas.


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