We are excited to announce that, along with City of Portland, and Friends of Trees, we will be planting a grove of trees in a north Portland park as a fitting way to say #ThankyouGrimm. “Grimm” the #OregonMade, NBC Universal series, shot in many locations around the metro area. The show ended earlier this year after 6 years and 123 episodes, all based in Oregon. This remarkable series not only added to Oregon’s marketing perception around the world, it also provided 300 jobs on a year-to-year basis and directly spend almost $300M in the state. Continue reading... “Grove of Trees To Be Planted In North Portland Park- #ThankYouGrimm”
Over the weekend, “Grimm” NBCUniversal, Comcast, and Nike brought together cast, crew and attendees for the final time, to raise money for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation. Within 3 hours, over $800,000 was raised from the gala’s auction of unique items, and props, from the show that has called Portland their home for 7 years and 6 seasons.
This means, to date the Grimmster Endowment has raised more than $1.4 million for the children and their families at Doernbecher. Continue reading... ““Grimm” Gala Raises Over $800K For Doernbecher’s At Final Gala”
Join fellow Grimmsters this evening to watch the Season 2 Premier;
On Deck Sports Bar and Grill
910 NW 14th, Portland
First season will screen at 8pm
9pm season 1 finale
10pm season 2 premier
Also, for some added show info and a quick recap of Grimm’s journey so far, read Kristi Turnquist’s article from today’s Oregon Live.
We can’t wait!
We could not have been happier when NBC Universal contacted us to collaborate on their greening efforts for the series, Grimm. We immediately recognized this particular show as a good match and unique opportunity to put the foundation of our previous work in identifying green vendors and services to good use.
NBCUniversal’s Green Is Universal initiative has an admirable, on-going, corporate-wide environmental initiative that attempts to lessen their shows’ environmental impact by working with local resources and finding innovative ways to improve on their overall footprint. Continue reading... “Grimm Doesn’t Just Look Green Because Of The Weather….”