114 Political Campaign Mailers Printed Outside Long Beach
From Issue: Volume XXII - Number 6
Seaside Printing Company in Long Beach released this photo of 114 campaign mailers that were printed outside the city by candidates promising to bring more jobs to the city.
Offenders included in the display included (alphabetically) Dunn, Garcia, Johnson, Kemp, Lowenthal, Ntuk, Otto, Parkin, Price and Rosenberg. In addition to lost jobs for local campaign consultants, graphic designers, photographers, copy writers, printers and mailing firms, the campaign pieces will result in lost sales tax for the city.
Company President Mark Cochrane notes that his company was founded in 1908 and -- in prior years -- was used extensively for campaign mailers. The firm also touts its union bug with the number one, meaning it was the first union printer with that unique designation in Long Beach.