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Monday, April 08, 2013

Nike executives continue to send mixed signals on whether the company plans to expand in Portland or Washington County.

None of the [Portland] council members would talk about the topic of the discussions because the city has signed a non-disclosure agreement with Nike. But it’s no secret that Nike is considering expanding in Portland, possibly in the South Waterfront area.

But last Thursday, Brim-Edwards also praised Washington County and Beaverton officials for being business-friendly. She made her comments while introducing Washington County Chair Andy Duyck at his third annual State of the County address. And it’s also no secret that Nike is also considering expanding near its World Headquarters campus just outside of Beaverton, where the address was held.

Read more at The Portland Tribune.

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