100 Episodes Of “Grimm” Has Meant Job Growth, Local Business Support & Portland Recognition



Grimm 100th cake by local oregonian, Michelle Honeman at Sugar Mommas Bake Shop http://sugarmommasbakeshop.com/

Grimm 100th cake by local Oregonian, Michelle Honeman at Sugar Mommas Bake Shop http://sugarmommasbakeshop.com/

Portland celebrated “Grimm’s” 100th episode on Tuesday.  Thank you to Governor Kate Brown, Nick Fish, Oregon legislators and the cast and crew who all gathered on the “Grimm” stage to celebrate this occasion.  And there is a lot to celebrate in addition to the show reaching it’s 100th milestone:

  • more than 250 million dollars has been directly spent by “Grimm” in Oregon thus far
  • more than a 70% job growth in the motion picture & video industry over the last five years
  • over 350 companies that have benefited from business with the show

Portland’s City Commissioner, Nick Fish, declared November 10th “Grimm Day” and the stage building was renamed “The Grimm Building”.

Governor Kate Brown (photo David Nguyen)

Governor Kate Brown (photo David Nguyen)

 

Here’s what the press said:

Portland Business Journal

The Oregonian

KGW

Fox

Cast and crew of 'Grimm" and Governor Kate Brown. (Photo David Nguyen)

Cast and crew of ‘Grimm” and Governor Kate Brown. (Photo David Nguyen)

 

 

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