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2007 Private 150 alpha index and footnotes

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Archives - July 2007
Sunday, July 01, 2007


Alphabetical index

A-Dec 38 Freres Lumber Co. 85 R&H Construction Co. 73
All About Travel 92 Guaranty Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile 40 R.B. Pamplin Corp. and Subs. 16
Allegro Corporation 137 Halton Co. 61 Reser’s Fine Foods 17
Allied Systems Company 123 Hampton Affiliates 8 Respond2 Communications 142
Alpenrose Dairy 124 Hanna Andersson Corp. 97 Rexius Forest By-Products 146
Andersen Construction Co. 36 Harder Mechanical Contractors 63 Rogers Machinery Company 126
Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects 135 Harsch Investment Properties 50 Ron Tonkin Dealerships 19
Anthro Corp. 145 Hoffman Corp. 2 Roseburg Forest Products 7
Arbor Custom Homes 51 Independent Dispatch 117 Roth’s IGA Foodliner 84
Associated Business Systems 141 Integra Telecom 44 S.B. Inc. dba Sherman Bros. Heavy Trucking 116
Avamere Health Services 55 JELD-WEN 1 S.D. Deacon Corp. 24
Azumano Travel 49 Joe’s Sports Outdoor and More 45 Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt 121
Beall Corporation 68 Johnstone Supply 18 Shari’s Management Corp. 65
Bi-Mart Corp. 14 Jubitz Corporation 100 Shelter Products 71
Blue Heron Paper Company 47 Keith Brown Building Materials 110 Sherm’s Thunderbird Market 62
Bright Wood Corp. 42 Kerr Pacific Corp. 70 Shilo Inns 96
Buena Vista Custom Homes 72 Landmark Ford 94 Slayden Construction 95
Bullivant Houser Bailey PC 108 Lanphere Enterprises 26 Smith Frozen Foods 128
Butler Automotive Group 115 LCG Pence Construction LLC 91 SnapNames.com 129
C&K Market 27 Leatherman Tool Group 98 South Coast Lumber Co. and affiliates 76
Capitol Auto Group 54 Les Schwab Tire Centers 3 States Industries 86
Carr Auto Group 53 Lime Financial Services 105 Stoel Rives LLP 66
Carson Oil Co. 34 Lumber Products 22 Sunset Imports 119
Cascade Wood Products 67 M Financial Group 13 Swanson Group 23
Chambers Construction Co. 133 Marathon Coach 82 TEC Equipment 48
Collins Companies 43 Matrix Development dba Legend Homes 60 Timber Products Co. 21
Colson & Colson/Holiday Retirement Corp. 6 May Trucking Co. 64 Touchmark 99
Columbia Distributing Company 20 McDonald Candy Co. 79 Triplett Wellman 148
Columbia Forest Products 10 Micro Power Electronics 130 Tripwire 136
Columbia Helicopters 77 Miller Nash LLP 132 Tumac Lumber Co. 30
Combined Transport 102 Morrow Equipment Co. 59 Turf Merchants 139
CompView 143 Mt. Hood Beverage 39 Tyree Oil 90
Consolidated Supply Co. 57 North Pacific 5 United Pipe & Supply Co. 52
Contact Industries 104 Northwest Aluminum Specialties 134 Vesta Corporation 9
Coos Bay Lumber Co. LLC 114 Northwest Pump & Equipment Co. 101 Vigor Industrial LLC 111
Cummings Oil Co. 33 Ochoco Lumber Co. 74 Walsh Construction Co. 35
D.R. Johnson Lumber Co. 56 Oregon Canadian Forest Products 89 Walter E. Nelson Company 125
David Evans and Associates 69 OrePac Building Products 29 Wellpartner 150
Deschutes Brewery 147 OSF Int’l dba The Old Spaghetti Factory 107 West One Hertz Group 58
Don Rasmussen Company 41 P&C Construction Co. 127 Western Family Foods 15
DSU Peterbilt and GMC 80 PACCESS 31 Western Tool Supply 88
Emerick Construction Co. 131 Pacific Office Automation 87 Weston Pontiac-Buick-GMC 113
ENTEK Holding LLC 77 Parr Lumber Co. 25 Widmer Brothers Brewing Company 109
EPIC Aviation LLC 4 Perlo McCormack Pacific 111 Wieden+Kennedy 81
ESCO Corporation 12 Peterson Pacific Corp. 106 Willamette Dental Management Corp. 83
Evergreen Holdings 11 Plaid Pantries 75 Willamette Valley Co. 93
Extensis 149 Platt Electric Supply 28 Withnell Motor Co. 120
Far West Fibers 138 The Portland Clinic 140 Wright’s Foodliner dba Market of Choice 103
Farwest Steel Corporation 32 Portland Food Products Co. 118 WSCO Petroleum Corp. 37
Fortis Construction 144 Powell’s Books 122 Yoshida Group 46

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Companies are ranked based on revenue from most recent fiscal year as reported to Oregon Business by a company representative. Companies must be privately held and headquartered in Oregon.  Companies sharing the same rank have the same reported revenues.    

NR: Not ranked in 2005.    
Empty fields reflect information not received.

* Formerly known as Evergreen International Aviation.   
**Doing business as Ray’s Food Place, Shop Smart, PriceLess Foods, and Pharmacy Express.
*** Sold all petroleum related assets in November, 2006. New company name is RSM investments.   
†Formerly known as G I Joe’s.
††Formerly listed as West Hills Development Co.   
†††Rank based on revenue from 2005 fiscal year.
§Does not release annual revenue data. Revenue was estimated by Advertising Age in list of top independent agencies, published April 26, 2007.
§§Formerly listed as Contact Lumber Corp.
§§§Formerly listed as Cascade General.

It is likely that the following companies would have ranked among the Private 150; however, they did not respond to the survey or chose not to release revenue information for their last fiscal year: Boyd Coffee Company, Brooks Resources Corp., Chambers Communications Corp., Kendall Automotive Group, Leupold & Stevens, McMenamin’s Pubs & Breweries, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Stimson Lumber Co.,  Willamette Auto Group, Vanport Group, Wildish Land Co. and Zenitram/Town & Country Dealerships, among others.

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