About Us

Pamela Hulse Andrews pamela@cascadebusnews.com
Pamela Hulse Andrews is the CEO (founder and owner) of Cascade Publications Inc., which publishes Cascade Business News (Central Oregon’s bi-weekly business newspaper), Cascade Arts & Entertainment (Central Oregon’s monthly arts and culture magazine) and Sunriver Magazine.
Pamela launched Cascade Business News in Bend in 1993 and in 2000 it was awarded the Oregon’s small business of the year honor. Cascade Arts & Entertainment received the Central Oregon Arts Association’s business of the year award in 1998. In 2006 CPI received an Austin Family Excellence in Family Business award.
Pamela’s expertise includes nearly 25 years of hands-on experience of designing, marketing, writing and publishing for numerous aspects of the community.  She has successfully managed and grown her own small business, CPI, since 1993. The company has more than doubled in size and revenues over the past fifteen years.
She currently serves on the Oregon Cultural Trust Commission and the Oregon Children’s Foundation and was previously a commissioner of the Oregon Economic Development Commission. She is a past president of the board of directors of the Deschutes United Way and was the campaign chair for the United Way’s fiftieth anniversary and its first million dollar successful campaign. She received the Redmond Chamber award for leadership in 2002. Pamela was honored by United Way as volunteer of the year in 2003 as well as the Oregon Governor’s Arts Award.  In 2004 she was honored with the March of Dimes White Rose Award for service to her community.



Jeff Martin, VP Sales jeff@cascadebusnews.com

Jeff Martin is the VP of Sales and Business Development and co-owner of Cascade Publications Inc. as well as a partner in Cascadia Magazine Company.  Martin has fifteen years of experience in sales with the last ten years focused on the successful increase of advertising sales for CPI’s numerous publications. He has served as head of advertising and special projects for the company, managing sales executives and expanding the Central Oregon territory. Martin has also been responsible for developing the Cascade Business News Top Projects magazine and the award winning Book of Lists.
He recently received recognition from the OSU Austin Family Business program as one of the top family-owned businesses in Oregon. He is a board member of the Advertising Federation of Central Oregon. In 2005 he successfully chaired the Deschutes County United Way small business division during the first million dollar campaign.  He serves on the board of directors of Feedin’ the People. He has been an active member of the High Desert Museum High Desert Nights board and coaches several youth sports teams.



Hillman, Marcee_2015_WebMarcee Hillman – Production Director  marcee@cascadebusnews.com

Marcee Hillman is the Production Director responsible for CPI’s publications including Cascade Business News, Cascade A&E Magazine, the printed Book of Lists, Bend Fashion Quarterly, Cascade A&E Magazine, the Rotary Fall and Winter Sports Programs and the Premier Builders Exchange Construction Directory as well as maintaining the Book of Lists database, the Cascade Business News website and overseeing the production department and all CPI publications. She has over 20 years of experience in the production and design fields including a bachelor of arts in advertising/graphic design from Collins College and computer operations, art and media education from Arizona State and DeVry universities. She relocated to Central Oregon after living in many areas around the country including Cody, Wyoming; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Reno, Nevada and West Palm, Florida. Marcee enjoys the outdoor activities Central Oregon has to offer including riding horses, camping, snowmobiling and kayaking.

Phillips, David-WEBDavid Phillips, Account  Executivedavid@cascadeae.com

David Phillips was born in Medford, Oregon in 1954.  He holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Oregon University and Masters from Wheaton College.  Dave has over 2 decades of experience in the nonprofit sector as a teacher, administrator and fundraising specialist.  He has also promoted national conferences for communication clinicians. David is married to Barbara Phillips, his wife of 34 years.  They have 3 children and 4 grandchildren!  David grew up playing the piano and the violin and his hobbies include landscaping, gardening (with his wife), rock hounding, visiting galleries and enjoying various cultural events in the high desert.  David and his wife enjoy living in Central Oregon and are especially fond of the sunshine!