Greg Root

President
SuperGraphics

A former United States Marine, Greg is a Business School Graduate and former varsity football player at Western Washington University, and he’s active on its Foundation Board. Greg has held several positions within the GM Nameplate organization. He currently serves as President of the SuperGraphics divisions of the corporation and oversees manufacturing plants in the United States and Canada, as well as an international sales force. SuperGraphics invented the bus wrap in 1993 and currently holds two Worlds Records for graphic achievements.  Today’s SuperGraphics focuses on supporting retailers.

Active in the community, Greg serves on the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the board of The Seattle Sports Commission, which focuses on bringing high-profile projects like the SuperBowl, All Star Games, college bowl games and championships, and a new NASCAR track to the region.