Portland advertising agency Mutt Industries: half problem-solving, half storytelling.
From under a bridge in Southeast Portland, Mutt makes the kind of advertising creative and copy stuff that stops you in your tracks. Working with brands like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Gerber Legendary Blades results in a diverse array of successful project. Want yours to be one of them? Then say hello to Mutt.
A Few Facts About Mutt Industries
# of Employees: Eighteen
# of Employees Who Bike to Work: Five
# of Four-Legged Employees: One at a time.
What We Do Here:
We think. We make.
3 Characteristics We Look for in Potential Clients:
Risk takers. Smart. Collaborative. Open. Fun. Nice. – That’s more than three.
Our Clients Love Us Because:
We’re nice. We care. We do good work.
Most Interesting Physical Thing in Our Office:
Giant paper mache, bleeding heart with arrows in it.
Most Favored Food Truck:
The closest one.
Beauty. Truth. Simplicity.
The #1 Thing We Love About Portland:
Creative, open culture. Wonderful food, beer and wine.
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