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Articles - October 2010
Monday, September 27, 2010

RANKED BY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN OREGON
RANK NAME / WEBSITE ADDRESS / PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S) OR EMP. / OR REV. NO. OFFICES / YEAR ESTAB.
11 Lamar Transit Advertising
lamarnorthwest.com
3030 S.W. Moody Ave., Ste. 270
Portland 97201 503.223.9796
Brad Kleiner
35
$10.5m
265
1902
12 Steelhead
SpawnOrDie.com
333 N.W. 9th Ave., #1116
Portland 97209 541.482.6800
Jason Ehrlich
Galen Wright
30
$4.1m
2
1991
13 AngelVision Technologies
AngelVisionTech.com
7320 S.W. Hunziker, Ste. 200
Portland 97223 503.620.3377
Mike Jingozian
Jeff Otis
28
$4.7m
1
2001
14 R/West
r-west.com
1430 S.E. Third Ave., Third Fl.
Portland 97214 503.223.5443
Sean Blixseth
Sarah Simmons
27
$7.9m
2
1997
15 Leopold Ketel & Partners
leopoldketel.com
112 S.W. First Ave.
Portland 97204 503.295.1918
Tom Hollerbach
Terra Spencer
25
$2.6m
1
1997
16 Lane PR
lanepr.com
905 S.W. 16th Ave.
Portland 97205 503.221.0480
Wendy Lane Stevens
24
$2.8m
2
1990
17 Citrus
hellocitrus.com
107 S.E. Washington St., Ste. 620
Portland 97214 503.973.7700
Peter Levitan
Kevin Archer
21
$2.5m
2
1985
18 Grady Britton
gradybritton.com
107 S.E. Washington St., Ste. 300
Portland 97214 503.228.4118
Frank Grady, Andy
Askren, Paige McCarthy
20
$3.0m
1
1974
19 Coates Kokes
coateskokes.com
34 N.W. First Ave.
Portland 97209 503.241.1124
Jeanie Coates
Steve Kokes
19
ND
1
1978
20 McLellan Creative
mclellancreative.com
695 Mistletoe Rd., Ste. M2
Ashland 97520 541.488.2270
Robert McLellan
18
ND
2
1995
21 Gard Communications
gardcommunications.com
711 S.W. Alder St., Ste. 400
Portland 97205 503.221.0100
Brian Gard
Scott Sparling
17
$2.5m
1
1979
21 Metropolitan Group
metgroup.com
519 S.W. Third Ave., Ste. 700
Portland 97204 503.223.3299
Laura K. Lee Dellinger
17
$4.0m
4
1989
21 North
north.com
1515 N.W. 19th Ave.
Portland 97209 503.222.4117
Mark Ray
Rebecca Armstrong
17
$2.8m
1
1991
24 Pac/West Communications
pacwestcom.com
8600 S.W. St. Helens Dr., Ste. 100
Wilsonville 97070 503.685.9400
Paul and Nancy Phillips
J. Eames, K. Stoner, C. West
16
$4.6m
6
1997
25 CFM Strategic Communications
cfm-online.com
1100 S.W. Sixth Ave, Ste. 1425
Portland 97204 503.294.9120
Gary L. Conkling
15
$3.9m
3
1990
25 Dunthorpe Marketing Group
dunthorpemarketing.com
8825 S.E. 11th Ave.
Portland 97202 503.236.4242
Susan Linman
Mairi Burns
15
$917,800
1
1996
27 Adlib Ltd.
adlib.com
1600 Valley River Dr., Ste 130
Eugene 97401 541.342.5068
Donna Smith
Michael Raz, Kay Gilchrist
14
ND
1
1974
27 CAWOOD
cawood.com
1200 High St., Ste. 200
Eugene 97401 541.484.7052
Liz Cawood
14
ND
1
1978
30 Bradshaw Advertising
bradshawads.com
811 N.W. 19th Ave.
Portland 97209 503.221.5000
Barbara Bradshaw
Emilie Timmer
13
$23.0m
1
1986
30 Mandala
mandala-agency.com
2855 N.W. Crossing Dr., Ste. 201
Bend 97701 541.389.6344
Matthew Bowler
13
ND
1
1980
30 tbd advertising
tbdagency.com
856 N.W. Bond St., Ste. 2
Bend 97701 541.388.7558
Paul Evers
René Mitchell
13
$9.0m
1
1997
30 Turtledove Clemens
turtledove.com
1230 S.W. First Ave., Second Floor
Portland 97204 503.226.3581
Jay Clemens
Linda Higgons, Stuart Sammuelson
13
$1.9m
2
1942
34 DVA Advertising & Public Relations
dvaadv.com
109 N.W. Greenwod Ave., Ste. 103
Bend 97701 541.389.2411
David Day
Mary Ramos
12
$3.3m
1
1990
34 Maxwell PR
maxwellpr.com
1600 S.E. Bybee Blvd., Ste. 202
Portland 97202 503.231.3086
Jennifer Maxwell-Muir
Vicky Hastings
12
$1.1m
1
1997



 

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