The Gresh Group LLC is a Las Vegas-based Government and Media Affairs firm. As a former television news anchor and reporter, Bryan began working on state and Federal political campaigns which led to a presence in the hallways and offices of the Legislative Building in Carson City, Nevada. Lobbying has since become the cornerstone of the company.
For 15 years, Bryan was an award winning investigative reporter/anchor for a number of television stations around the country. In 1987, Bryan went to work in Las Vegas, where he spent five years with the CBS affiliate, KLAS-TV, Channel 8. While at KLAS, Bryan received local and regional awards recognizing his writing skills and investigative abilities. Mr. Gresh is seen reporting from Russia in the image to the left.
After forming The Gresh Group, Bryan and his team produced ongoing television shows for clients including a national award-winning quarterly production for the Southern Nevada Health District in Las Vegas, Nevada.
After a successful television career, Bryan set his sights on the challenges in the political arena with the formation of The Gresh Group LLC in 1991. Early Nevada campaign involvement included successful campaigns for several Southern Nevada Assemblymen, two Nevada State Senators and a U.S. Congressional Representative.
In 1994, The Gresh Group expanded to include Government Affairs representation. As the company has evolved, government affairs has become the cornerstone of The Gresh Group. Beginning with the 1995 session, Bryan successfully represented several clients before the Nevada State Legislature in Carson City. Over the years, his client base grew to include diverse business interests such as DIRECTV and Hewlett-Packard. Public sector clients include the Regional Transportation Commission of Sothern Nevada and the Southern Nevada Health District. Touro University and the University of Southern Nevada are clients in the higher education arena.
Bryan’s media consulting expertise provides elected officials, including numerous Nevada State Senators, Assembly members, local government electeds, as well as local business leaders, with the tools they need to deal effectively with the media. During the summer of 1996, Bryan was retained by Dole/Kemp ’96 to coordinate Senator Bob Dole’s presidential campaign in southern Nevada. His background as a television anchorman enables Bryan to offer his clients media credibility and an extensive network of contacts.