Bam Agency

Bam Agency
Bam Agency is listed in the Advertising Agencies category in Salem, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bam Agency which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bam Agency on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for Bam Agency is:
255 Division St NE
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 566-7878

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Bam Agency has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Bam Agency has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Salem, Oregon is 37 and in the Advertising Agencies category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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To celebrate the coming total eclipse in Oregon, we thought it would be a nice time to share the native american story of Raven. Our contribution to the Eclipse Mania about to set upon Salem: In the beginning, the Earth was totally dark. Raven, a wily creature whom existed since the beginning of time, was tired of jumping about and bumping into things in the dark. So, Raven went in search of a solution. One day, while wandering in the forest, Raven came upon the home of an Old Chief who lived alone with his one daughter. Using his sly and clever ways, Raven soon became their friend and learned the Old Chief possessed a great and powerful treasure: Light. The Old Chief kept this treasure all for himself, hidden away from others. This upset Raven very much, who knew at once he must steal it. Keenly devious, and always calculating, Raven soon had a plan. Waiting for the Chief’s daughter to come to the river to gather water, Raven changed into a single hemlock needle. Then, just as the girl dipped her basket into the water for a drink, Raven sprung into the river. When she drank from her basket, the daughter swallowed Raven in his new form. Slithering and slipping down into her warm belly, Raven transformed himself again, this time into a tiny human. After sleeping for a very long time, Raven emerged into the world once again, keeping his disguise as a tiny person. Despite the new child’s strange appearance, the Old Chief came to love his new grandson. But, the Old Chief, who was a very generous man, warned his grandson of dire consequences if he ever touched his most precious treasure. Still, as Raven grew up, he would beg his grandfather to glimpse, or perhaps even hold, his treasure. The Old Chief refused Raven’s persistent demands. Then one day, the Old Chief opened a small cedar box and took out a warm, glowing sphere of Light and tossed it to his grandson. Raven quickly turned back into a bird with large, powerful wings. Catching the ball of Light in his beak, Raven escaped out the smoke-hole in the roof of the house, flying into the dark sky with the stolen ball of Light. Raven flew so high and so far, the smoke turned his feathers into the darkest black. Then, when his beak became too hot, Raven released the ball of Light high in the cool sky. The Light was so bright, Raven was able to see the entire world below for the first time. This is how the Sun came to our world. All thanks to Raven, a creature since the beginning of time. Ever since, Raven has watched us as we use the treasure of Light. Disappointed, Raven thinks we don’t appreciate the Earth as we should. So, Raven is planning a new trick: to steal the Sun, again. Reminding us why he did it the first time.

BAM Agency added 4 new photos.
Recent project creating brand identity for new development downtown. Keep your eye on this, construction is underway! #salemoregon #salemisawesome

BAM Agency shared City of Salem's video.
The second mural completed this summer in Downtown Salem by Blaine Fontana. Amazing time-lapse video shows all the work that was done. The size, color and subject add incredible life to a hard urban landscape. Fantastic!! #blainefontana #salem #art
Check out this timelapse of the creation of Salem's newest mural!

BAM Agency shared The Salmonberry Trail's post.
Awesome award for an awesome project! Keep the momentum forward!
The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has given the Salmonberry Trail project $30,000 to look at the economics and health benefits of turning the old Port of Tillamook Bay rail line into a trail.
An 86-mile bike and walking trail between the Portland metro area and the coast is a step closer to becoming a reality.