Six Lamb Weston plants in the Columbia Basin annually transform 11 billion regionally grown potatoes into french fries, working around the clock to feed our love of white potato fries.
The Oregon Trail crossed this territory and produced one of the largest mass migrations in American history.
The Columbia River dams provide cheap hydro power for data centers throughout the region, powering Google, Facebook and Amazon.
This territory covers the inventory along the 288 mile stretch of I-84 from Troutdale to Baker City, Oregon, and the associated highways that reach deeper into the local markets. Three DMAs – Portland, the Tri-Cities, and Boise – overlap in this territory. The local economies are resource-based with an emphasis on agriculture and rural values. Residents travel between cities to access commodities and services so daily traffic counts often exceed the local populations for greater impressions for outdoor advertisers. Tourism thrives in Eastern Oregon that starts with The Columbia River Gorge National scenic area on the western edge and the entrance to Hells Canyon on the eastern edge with world-class wineries and destinations like the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and Wildhorse Gaming Resort in between.
I am homegrown Meadow! After earning a Marketing degree at Puget Sound University, I started in sales in Portland, OR. At age 27, my interview with Meadow was a real sales call that I closed, got the job, and never looked back. I am in the growth business and have helped so many small-town businesses expand their customer base through outdoor advertising. Helping you craft a visible campaign is my specialty. Representing Eastern Oregon allows me to live in Hood River, OR, and thoroughly enjoy my two boys, goats, dogs, boats, and family.
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