Group W Media Productions, Inc.
Group W. Media Productions, Inc., a "full service new media marketing company specializing in marketing, communication, technology, and graphic design," has been a member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce since 2004. 
Group W to Abramoff
Between 1994 and 2001, California Republican Representative Randy "Duke" Cunningham's House Appropriations Committee "repeatedly added funding to the Pentagon budget for a previously non-existent (prior to 1995) software company, ADCS, owned by the 'Wilkes Corporation,' a private company (natch) owned by San Diego businessman Brent R. Wilkes," Daniel Hopsicker reported November 30, 2005, for Mad Cow Productions.
"The money then made a short trip—courtesy the wonders of modern accounting—from one of Brent Wilkes pants pocket to another, called 'Group W Advisors,' which proceeded to obligingly send hundreds of thousands of dollars in 'client fees' annually to The Alexander Strategy Group, a lobbying and consulting firm currently under scrutiny in the Justice Department's investigation of Casino Jack Abramoff," Hopsicker wrote.
Note: The "Group W Media" website consists of an email form to complete and submit for "information."
- Jeff Frank, "This boss gets real birthday surprise," North County Times, May 24, 2004.
- Daniel Hopsicker, "Cunningham Stripped $700 Million from U.S. Defense. 'Dukester's' Epic Boo-Hoo Hiding Massive Pentagon Rip-Off," Mad Cow Productions, November 30, 2005.