Greg Stevens was an award-winning producer with over thirty years' experience in politics, public affairs and journalism. During his career, Greg Stevens created and produced advertising for some of America's most prominent political leaders.
In 2000, Greg directed the advertising and served as a top advisor to U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign that helped catapult the Arizona senator into the national limelight with primary wins in New Hampshire and Michigan.
During his illustrious career, Greg Stevens produced advertising for numerous national and state leaders including: Senator George Voinovich (OH), Senator Mike DeWine (OH), Senator Susan Collins (ME), Senator Gordon Smith (OR), Senator Peter Fitzgerald (IL), Senator Mitch McConnell (KY), Governor John Rowland (CT), Governor Craig Benson (NH), Governor Bob Taft (OH), Governor George Allen (VA) and Congressman Tom Davis (VA).
In 1988, Stevens produced one of the most famous and effective political ads of all time: the Dukakis 'Tank' ad for the George H.W. Bush presidential campaign.
Earlier in his career, Greg served as Chief of Staff to Governor Thomas H. Kean of New Jersey, where he began his career as a newspaper reporter. He was a graduate of the University of Maine and served as a member of the University's Board of Visitors.
Greg lost a valiant battle against brain cancer in April 2007.
Over the last two decades, SRCP has produced advertising for some of the most high-profile and competitive political campaigns across the country.
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