The new campaign brochure arrived from the printer Monday, and I’m excited. Take a look.
Since the campaign started I’ve knocked on about a thousand doors with just home-printed “quick lit.” After all, why wait for printers and designers before talking to voters, right?
Still, it feels very good to have professionally-printed materials in hand. Not only do they look better, but the ink on these won’t smear if they get wet from a July rain or from sweat in a 95-degree day.
You don’t get the full effect looking at the PDF, but the paper we used is recycled, hydropowered, and Michigan-made by French Paper Company in Niles, MI. Pretty cool.