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Red Propeller founding partner Alison Jeffries is cruising off on a big adventure

As Red Propeller celebrates its 11th anniversary, we wanted to share some big news with our friends and associates. Alison Jeffries, who founded RP in her West Seattle bedroom, will be leaving the company this summer to pursue her dream of cruising the world with her husband, Kevin, and their dog, Zoe, in their boat, Red Rover. More

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May 1, 2019 at 11:32 am

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Happy spring!

After an unusually snowy winter for Seattle, it’s April and the blossoms are out (along with the worst allergy season in years). We here at Red Propeller weren’t hibernating for the winter. Rather, we’ve been too busy to take the time to tell all of our friends and colleagues what we’ve been up to. Now, along with the flowers, we’ve emerged with our first newsletter of the year. Read on for some notes on cool stuff in Seattle and Chicago, some thoughts on the changing market and an introduction to our newest canine family member. More

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April 3, 2019 at 11:31 am

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Changing leaves, colder weather and adaptive reuse

Fall brings a colorful show of orange, yellow and brown leaves (before the raking begins), falling temperatures and more rain (in Seattle, anyway). All of this seasonal change brings to mind some new inspiring new uses we’ve seen recently for old buildings and objects. Read on for more on that and other interesting stuff. More

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October 18, 2018 at 11:30 am

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Greetings from sunny Seattle!

For all the rain Seattle gets much of the year, it’s glorious in the summertime, featuring stunning views and pleasant temperatures, although it’s been hot lately, at least by Seattle standards. Despite this fabulousness, we’re still hard at work here at Red Propeller. Here’s some cool and (hopefully) useful stuff we have to share this month. More

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July 30, 2018 at 11:28 am

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10 years of Red Propeller!

On May 1, 2008, Alison Jeffries launched Red Propeller from her bedroom. Ten years later, with a list of clients we love to work with and cities we love to work in, we’re marking the anniversary with a look back – and forward. More

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May 25, 2018 at 11:27 am

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Spring 2018 newsletter from Red Propeller

We at Red Propeller are excited to check in with our friends from the Pacific Northwest, across the country, and beyond. This quarter’s newsletter focuses on some places, spaces, people, and other discoveries in either marketing or the built environment that have lit our creative fires over the last few months.

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April 16, 2018 at 1:37 pm

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Happy holidays from Red Propeller

It has been another extremely busy year at Red Propeller, with projects across all of our business areas and all over North America, growing our reach to 16 U.S. states, two Mexican states, one Canadian province and the Cayman Islands.

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December 20, 2017 at 2:39 pm

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May update from Red Propeller

May 1 was Red Propeller’s anniversary, so it seemed like the perfect time to send out an update. Spring is in full bloom in Seattle, and many exciting developments are blossoming here at Red Propeller as well. Read on for the latest happenings with us, some recent projects we’ve found inspiring and what we’re seeing in markets across the country (and beyond).

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May 4, 2017 at 1:40 pm

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Holiday greetings from Red Propeller

As 2016 nears an end, we here at Red Propeller decided it would be a good time to update our friends and partners about what we’ve been up to this year, trends we’re seeing across markets and some recent developments that we have found interesting and inspiring.

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December 20, 2016 at 2:41 pm

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Planning for increased water demands and a changing climate in Argentina

Argentina’s Comahue region extends across multiple political jurisdictions and includes many demands on water. That means planning for future water allocation has to account for different potential scenarios regarding such variables as population growth, socio-economic development, and changes in agriculture and industry, plus climate change. And it has to be done in a way that people with potentially competing water interests find fair and credible.

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September 21, 2016 at 10:30 pm

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