“Heroes Work Here” – A sign of thanks to the GMH frontliners

Photo of Graphic Center and Island Color & Copy Staff (L-R): Robert Tacloban, Imaging Specialist, Ron Castro, Wide Format Specialist, Jessie Rosario, VP of Sales & Marketing

The sign says it all – “Heroes Work Here.”

Essential GMH workers are carrying on with their duties and keeping the people of Guam safe as the government advises majority of the island to stay home in the wake of coronavirus.

“We risk our lives to fight the battle for those who cannot fight anymore,” said Alisha Chargualaf, CNA – GUAM Memorial Hospital.

Graphic Center and sister company Island Color & Copy printed and installed a sign at GMH to show thanks and gratitude for all the healthcare employees working hard during this crisis.

Photo of Alisha Chargualaf

“It’s about understanding and appreciating the front-liners that are working long hours and that aren’t going home to their families because they’re trying to get this virus under control,” Susan Biolchino, President of Graphic Center and Island Color & Copy said. “It’s about just understanding the sacrifices they’re making.”

Chargualaf said that she was surprised when she discovered the “Heroes Work Here” sign in front of the hospital.

According to Graphic Center and Island Color & Copy, this was just a small gesture to let the front-liners know that they are appreciated. Graphic Center and Island Color & Copy have plans to install more signs and banners at GRMC, Public Health, AMC, SDA, and other clinics.

“Our goal is to be able to spread some sense of hope,” Jessie Rosario, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Graphic Center and Island Color & Copy said. “We want to inspire the front-liners everyday by showing that someone cared enough to make sure they know that we are all thankful for them. We will get through this with the help of our heroes.”

Graphic Center has been printing for over 27 years and recently opened its sister company Island Color & Copy over a year ago printing wide format signs and banners.