WILSONVILLE, ORE. - An $8-million chunk of Pacific Northwest ad business moved back home " /> Tektronics Reprograms, Moves Account to Cole & Weber: Agency Competed With 11 Shops To Win $8-Million Account <b>By Kathy Tyre</b><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>WILSONVILLE, ORE. - An $8-million chunk of Pacific Northwest ad business moved back home
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Tektronics Reprograms, Moves Account to Cole & Weber: Agency Competed With 11 Shops To Win $8-Million Account By Kathy Tyre

WILSONVILLE, ORE. - An $8-million chunk of Pacific Northwest ad business moved back home

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Cole & Weber competed with 11 agencies, according to Tektronics marketing communications manager Jim Engiles. Most were in Portland, though Engiles entertained presentations from shops as far away as Dahlin Smith White in Salt Lake City and CKS Partners in S.F.
Tektronics really wanted a local shop. ‘Because (dGWB) was so far away, our marketing department and their creative people were always represented by intermediaries,’ Engiles said.

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