About Us

For over 20 years, Don Shortman and Mark Carron have been providing the central and eastern Massachusetts area with high quality, printing, signage, mailing, and campaign services.

Mark J. Carron has served as a member of the Massachusetts Legislature. Mr. Carron, a Democrat from Central Massachusetts, served with distinction as a State Representative in the Massachusetts General Court from 1999 to 2007. During that time, Mr. Carron was an active and vocal member of the Committees of the Judiciary, Small Business and Community Development and Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy. Mr. Carron also co-chaired the House Democratic Council, a group of colleagues that provided House members with greater access to information on policy and process, as they navigated through arguably the worst economic period in the state’s history.

Mr. Carron built a unique reputation over the years as an ally to both business and labor and was highly regarded as taking a no-nonsense, pragmatic approach to all issues.

As a small business owner himself and with his vast legislative experience, Mr. Carron strengthens Campaign That Win’s ability to advise clients and to interact with the numerous government agencies involved in healthcare regulation , business development and procurement issues.

Don Shortman has been in the printing field since childhood when his parents bought one of New England’s first quick print franchises. He was an integral part of the growth of the family business as it went from one to 13 locations in four states acting as General Manager. In the 1980s, he bought the Worcester franchise grew it by 450% in sales. Throughout the years, he saw the growth of the industry and constantly changing technology. In the early 2000s, Don began a consultative sales company called Don Shortman is your PrintSource . This business model allowed him to use his broad knowledge of the entire print spectrum to serve his customers corporations and nonprofits. Don teamed with Mark Carron in 2008 to form CampaignsThatWin.com.