Graphic Systems Group Hosts Former President Bill Clinton at Union Square Office
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK – September 5, 2007 – Last night, Graphic Systems Group, America's leading production agency, was host to former U.S. President Bill Clinton at their Union Square headquarters. On a tour to promote his new book, "Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World," Mr. Clinton diverted his book tour to visit with the staff of GSG. GSG, renowned for its work in advertising development and production, often hosts celebrities such as U2's Bono, Martha Stewart, and former President Jimmy Carter. At the event, Mr. Clinton personally autographed copies of his book for the staff and received a tour of the 40,000 square-foot downtown production facility. For more information on GSG, go to www.gsgnyc.com.
Noted GSG president and partner Ken Madsen, "Last night, we had the pleasure of hosting former President Bill Clinton at our headquarters in Union Square. Mr. Clinton, on a book signing tour was charismatic, humorous, and gracious with our entire staff. At GSG, we often have the opportunity to meet celebrities and Mr. Clinton is as giving and personable as they come. We fully support his Giving project and wish him success with his future endeavors."
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