- The Washington Times - Wednesday, July 2, 2014

While the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team suffered a loss in the World Cup yesterday, one lobbying firm scored a huge gain from the U.S. Soccer Foundation.

Washington-based lobbying firm, McAllister & Quinn LLC, reported Tuesday it brought in $21,000 in lobbying fees during the second quarter of 2014, bringing its 12-month earning total to $84,000.

The firm lobbies for the U.S. Soccer Foundation on World Cup-related issues, and other soccer requests including the Urban Soccer Symposium; Capitol Hill Day; and the Capitol Soccer Classic/Congressional Soccer Competition.

Roll Call said the firm also lobbies on budget and appropriations requests, including grants and services for at-risk youth and anti-obesity campaigns.

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