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BusinessWire – Despite a slow economy, Dutch Bros. Coffee ended 2009 on a high note that included a nearly six percent sales increase over last year and a rise in company giving.
Founded by two Southern Oregon dairy farming brothers in 1992, the fun-loving and spirited private coffee company opened 13 new stores in 2009. There are now 153 locations across Oregon, California, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado and Arizona, with plans to open an additional 10 stores in existing markets throughout 2010.
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PORTLAND, Ore. – Providence St. Vincent Medical Center is opening a new drop-in child care soon called ‘My Little Waiting Room.’
Two moms came up with the idea after one of them, Amy Paterson, went through a battle with breast cancer. She went to 144 medical appointments in a year and had to arrange for child care each time.
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NEW YORK CITY and PORTLAND, Ore. (Jan. 19, 2010) – LANE PR, an independently owned, national public relations agency, recently expanded its New York team and has moved to larger offices on Madison Avenue in midtown Manhattan to accommodate the growth. The newest member of the LANE PR New York team is account supervisor, Heather Gleason, who recently relocated to the New York City area from Portland, Ore.
“We are incredibly happy about our move to Madison Avenue,” said Wendy Lane Stevens, president and CEO of LANE PR. “This location is iconic for its role in the emergence of America’s marketing industry, and it’s fitting that from our new offices on Madison Avenue we will grow LANE PR’s footprint in results-driven marketing and public relations on the east coast.”