Sustaining Our Sustainability Wins

Prevailing over some worthy opponents, we’ve joined forces with Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability to help them help everyone to help Portland. It’s called the Portland Plan. The old one isn’t just past its prime, it’s expired. So time Read more…

Summer Party at the Park

The CK gang loaded up two suites at PGE park. Friends and family were invited for food, drinks and baseball. Normally cedar plank salmon might seem a little highbrow for baseball, but this wasn’t just baseball.

The shindig continued throughout the evening. Although Portland ends up Read more…

New Clean Rivers :15 sec Short

Just wrapped one of three new short :15 sec spots for Clean Rivers and Streams. Each features an action (or inaction) that’s harmful to our rivers. This one’s about making the connection between washing our cars at home and where all that soap and grime goes.

Incidentally, the crew on this spot was great. The art department built a 3/4-car replica, giving us room for the suds and water machines ( Read more…

Propaganda Promoting Bike Commuting

http://youtu.be/348Y_fPWIdk Twelve minutes later, Mike clocks in at CK headquarters.

Helping Oregon Tackle the Next Frontier of Smokefree Spaces

The smokefree workplace law has been in effect for over a year.  Oregonians can no longer smoke in restaurants, bars or bingo halls. Can you smell the fresh air?  With that law in place, the State’s Tobacco Prevention and Education program is looking to tackle the next frontier of smokefree spaces—multi-family dwellings, also known as apartment complexes.  To help tenants and Oregonians learn about the new law Coates Kokes concentrated our media planning Read more…

Coates Kokes brands the country

Portland Metropolitan Association of Building Owners and Managers (BOMA)’s Carbon4Square challenge – the first of its kind in the country – has recruited 85 office buildings totaling over 14 million square feet to assess and improve environmental performance within their operations.  Representing over 20 percent of the entire Portland metropolitan market, from downtown to Read more…