Gibson Print Helps Sarah Gad Share Her Powerful Message

Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of our Video division’s first major production, the campaign launch video for Sarah Gad’s campaign for Illinois’ 1st Congressional District.

Sarah Gad is running for Congress in Illinois' 1st District because she envisions an America that values education over throwing people in cages. Where second chances are the norm, not the exception. Where the disease of addiction is treated as a public health issue—not a criminal one. Where education and healthcare are basic rights and owning a gun is not.

As Congresswoman, she will fight for real criminal justice reform, ending gun violence, a $15 wage, and ending health care injustice. She will support our students and teachers, protect our seniors, and ensure that no one is left behind.

Sarah's vision is a first district that is moving, doing, working, trying - a strong 1st District that is welcoming and forgiving, where everyone has a chance—and a second one, if they need it.

Click here to watch Sarah’s campaign video where she shares her powerful story of being an incarcerated opioid addict-turned-law student fighting back against the drug war and opioid crisis.

For more information on how Gibson Print can help you share your message like Sarah, contact Grayson Pauroso at grayson@gibsonprint.com now.

Pete Gibson
Gibson Print Launches Video Production Division

We’re pleased to announce the formation of our Video Production division, and with it our ability to offer engaging, custom media for our candidates and clients at the level of value and quality you’ve come to expect from your friends at Gibson Print.

With our team led by Grayson Pauroso, co-owner of Gibson Print and a video production expert in his own right, we are now able to produce a broad assortment of media that will engage and entice your universe to interact with your campaign.

Stay tuned for some of our work. We’re very excited to share the videos we’ve done for some of our clients so far this year!

Pete Gibson