City of Donald featured in latest Oregon Lottery ad campaign
Consumers will get a "glamorous" look at the city of Donald in multiple formats, thanks to the Oregon Lottery's latest ad campaign.
The Oregon Lottery's "Glamorous" ad campaign features a new water line in the Donald Industrial Park being installed by Donald's own Valley Pacific Construction. According to an Oregon Lottery press release, the addition of the water line, which was paid for in part with Lottery dollars through Business Oregon, will allow the industrial park to grow and create more jobs.
"Lottery dollars support so much of what we do, from infrastructure development to helping small businesses export their goods," said Chris Harder, director of Business Oregon, in the press release. "But business growth starts with a partnership like we have here on this project in Donald — a community, the state and the private sector working together to lay the groundwork for industry growth."
Since Oregonians voted to create the Oregon Lottery in 1984, over $3 billion in Lottery funding has helped grow local economies and create jobs. The Oregon Lottery is celebrating this investment with the new ad campaign, which will run through August on TV, in print, and through digital and social media."Most of the development projects supported by Lottery dollars are not glamorous or photogenic," said Mark Strickler, senior marketing communications manager, in the press release, "but they're 100 percent essential for creating a strong foundation for business and job growth. Our latest Oregon Wins campaign, 'Glamorous,' brings to life the foundational nature of how Lottery dollars are essential for creating job growth and opportunity." Since the Oregon Lottery began selling tickets on April 25, 1985, it has earned over $11 billion for economic development, public education, state parks and watershed enhancements. For more information visit the .