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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Portland digital agency The Good improves websites and streamlines online shopping. It has grown rapidly since its founding four years ago.

It limits its customers to brands in the active and outdoor cluster, an approach that makes sense in a town like Portland. And it's a choice that matches the personal interests of MacDonald, the founder and president, and agency partner Tinney.

MacDonald and Tinney have become regulars at the Outdoor Industry Association's winter and summer Outdoor Retailer shows in Salt Lake City. They're seeking to add to a client list that includes Nike, Adidas, Easton-Bell Sports, MasterCraft Boat Co. and Sklz, an athletic training gear company.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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