Penman & Winton strives to maintain a hard-earned reputation for integrity, honesty, and commitment among state policy makers, bureaucrats, and professional colleagues. This reputation is based on a desire to devote the greatest portion of the firm's energy to working with organizations which serve a public interest. This unique specialty places Penman & Winton in its own category and has proven beneficial to its clients.
Since 1994, Penman & Winton's clients have been a substantial part of many successful legislative, budgetary, and regulatory initiatives. The firm has built a positive reputation within the political community for its integrity, diligence, and commitment to social causes. This reputation provides a foundation of trust between Penman & Winton and policy makers on essential social issues in Missouri's Legislature.
As lobbyists in the State Capitol, the members of Penman & Winton are known to be honest and forthright. The members of Penman & Winton are extremely dedicated and refuse to be outworked or unprepared. As a result, legislators know Penman & Winton can be trusted to provide balanced and accurate information.
We believe that our clients need to know specifically how we can help address their problem or opportunity, what steps will be involved, how long it will take, what is the probability of success and what costs are involved. Therefore, research and an in-depth understanding of the client's desired outcomes precede any contact with legislators.
Penman & Winton's commitment to our clients and the well-being of their organizations is without question. Whether we are dealing with a client we have known for a decade or engaging our newest client relationship, our goal is the same--to provide value added service and quality results.
Over the past decade, that same level of commitment has resulted in deep ties for us to our community. In 2005 Penman & Winton purchased the Chez Monet building, located one block from the state capitol in downtown Jefferson City. After a year of extensive restoration and repair, the 80 year old building was ready for a new life. Today, the old pine floors serve as a constant reminder to the firm of our commitment to this community's past, present, and future.