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Dan Buck Named Creative Director for Dutch Bros. Coffee

Excerpt from an article in The Mail Tribune, January 28, 2012.

MBA alum Dan Buck has been named creative director for Dutch Bros. Coffee, headquartered in Grants Pass, Oregon.

Buck will oversee the look and feel of all marketing campaigns, coordinating development of informational materials, including digital platforms.

Previously, Buck was director of recruitment at Rogue Community College. Before that, he was a senior director, writer and producer with KDRV-TV in Medford. He earned a bachelor's degree in English from Southern Oregon University, graduating summa cum laude. He received his master's degree in business administration with a marketing emphasis from Marylhurst University, where he was a member of the Sigma Beta Delta Business Honor Society.

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