Michela Belluso hits the dance floor to help make major impact for Arizona's Children Association.
Todd Bresnahan, a marketing and advertising executive with more than two decades of local market experience will lead business growth initiatives.
Tyler Norquist joins Davidson Belluso as the team’s newest web developer.
D/B co-owner is breaking out her dancing shoes to compete in dance-based charity event.
Through a national Request for Proposal, the City of Salem chose D/B as its primary provider for graphic design services for 2018, with four additional one-year renewals.
Davidson Belluso (D/B) was selected by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to be one of several vendors approved for providing graphic design services for the department. The contract will last up to five years.
Davidson Belluso (D/B) has been awarded a spot on the Qualified Vendor List by Oregon State University-Cascades for Public Relations services. This marks an ongoing connection for D/B within the State of Oregon.
The Super Bowl LII was another great one for the books, and by that, we mean this year's ads. Here is a look at some of the personal favorites of our team (everything was a Tide ad), along with one that really missed the mark (yeah, we’re looking at you, Ram).
With more than 20 years of experience in communications and media relations, Gary is an invaluable member of the team and is spearheading D/B's in-house PR expertise and capability.
Like a bad fruitcake, the D/B Ugly Sweater Contest is back! We've tallied the results and with the help of your votes, the winner is...