"We are very excited to work with Speaker Oliver and to help get her message of equality, inclusion and fairness out to New Jersey Democrats." -- Paul Swibinski
Secaucus, NJ (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
New Jersey public relations and media consulting firm Vision Media Marketing Inc. has been retained by the Sheila Oliver for United States Senate campaign. The company, which has decades of experience helping Democrats throughout New Jersey and surrounding states reach voters and win elections, will serve several important roles in the campaign leading up to the special primary election on August 13.
"Speaker Oliver would be a breath of fresh air in the U.S. Senate. She has lived the middle class life that so many of the multimillionaires in the Senate have not and as the state's first female Assembly Speaker she also possesses the requisite experience to excel," said Paul Swibinski, President of Vision Media Marketing. "We are very excited to work with Speaker Oliver and to help get her message of equality, inclusion and fairness out to New Jersey Democrats."
Vision Media Marketing Account Executive Michael Makarski will serve as Oliver for Senate's Campaign Spokesman and he will be the primary point of contact for dozens of reporters and media outlets covering the race. Vision Media Marketing will also serve as a senior advisor to the Oliver campaign and will produce paid media.
Vision Media Marketing maintains a blog, VMMI Policy Perspectives, and it distributes a quarterly newsletter to clients, colleagues and other interested parties. For more information, please call Philip Swibinski at 201-864-0600 or visit http://vmmi.net.
About Vision Media Marketing
Vision Media Marketing Inc. was incorporated in 1985 by Jean Swibinski and Paul Swibinski, who continue to direct the company. A full-service public relations and media communications firm with a long history of successfully delivering clients’ messages, it specializes in public policy issues and crisis communications. Vision Media helps clients break through today’s cluttered media landscape to get their voices heard.