Tenfour shutting down

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Portland advertising and marketing agency Tenfour is shutting down business on February 1.

In 2012, Tenfour was named Social Media Agency of the Year by the national Social Media Awards, alongside Seattle-based Waggener Edstrom. At those awards, the company also received an award for best money-making campaign, for its Hawaiian Airlines “Send-a-friend” campaign.

The company’s former and current clients include Nike, Microsoft, Toshiba, Sony, Cisco and Dell.

Read more at Willamette Week.

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