Stevens & Schriefer Group
In April 2005, Jack O'Dwyer's Newsletter reported that Burson-Marsteller had joined with Quinn Gillespie & Associates to launch 360 Advantage, a public affairs shop filled with "key players in George W. Bush's successful presidential campaigns."
360 Advantage is headed by Russ Schriefer, who did advertising with the Bush/Cheney 2000 and 2004 campaigns and produced the 2004 Republican National Convention, and by Stuart Stevens, a "Bush adman and veteran political strategist." Schriefer and Stevens were also partners in the Stevens & Schriefer Group in Washington, DC, and have worked on presidential campaigns in the Czech Republic, Nigeria, the Philippines and Congo (Jack O'Dwyer's Newletter, Vol. 38, No. 17, April 27, 2005).
SSG Media Inc.
The SSGMEDIA.COM website states that it is "Under Construction". No other information about the firm is provided, nor can it be located.
The National Association of Republican Campaign Professionals lists Stephanie Kincaid, also of 360 Advantage , as the contact person for SSG Media. 
The Boston Business Journal reported on August 11, 2006, that in July, Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey "spent more than $1.1 million on political ads with SSG Media Inc. in Washington, D.C."
On September 27, 2006, the Philadelphia Daily News reported that SSG Media of Washington, "which is handling" television advertising for Republican candidate Lynn Swann—who is challenging Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell—"gave back $113,000 to help buy more TV time."
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported on September 27, 2006, that Swann's "biggest this filing period was $1.54 million to SSG Media in Washington, D.C."
In the 2005 campaign cycle, SSG Media is listed as a vendor by VPAP.org for Baril for Attorney General (Virginia).