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SD companies dominate Forbes list

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Annie Lawless, co-founder of SUJA juice. (K.C. Alfred)

Two San Diego companies are making even bigger names for themselves after being named to the Forbes magazine list for “America’s Most Promising Companies.”

Coming in at No. 2 on the list was Suja Juice and the team of cofounders Jeff Church, James Brennan, Annie Lawless and Eric Ethans. The company was named to the No. 3 spot on the list last year. Suja Juice can be seen on the shelves of Whole Foods, Target, Vons and Costco - just to name a few.

The other San Diego-based company to make the list was AdBoom Group at No. 3. The young trio behind this advertising sales agency - Beau Hale, Eric Nordyke and Corey Baggett - are not only killing it in the “ad tech” space, but have created an incredible work environment for their employees, too.

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The top spot on the list went to San Francisco-based Instacart.

The two San Diego companies are no strangers to the DiscoverSD audience. Both have been profiled in our Kickass Entrepreneur series and in October, Lawless was profiled as one of “The leading ladies of SD’s juice scene.”

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Source: DiscoverSD


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