Multiband Building Becomes Sundog Tower

November 27, 2018

Fargo, ND - Sundog Interactive is excited to unveil the Sundog Tower, formerly known as the Multiband Building in southwest Fargo.

“It’s a real honor to see our name on the top of this building,” says Brent Teiken, Sundog’s founder and CEO. “We’ve always taken a lot of pride in our people, in our partners, and in the place we call home. Now it’s just a little more official,” he adds, “and a lot harder to miss.”

Sundog Tower

In 2006, the company moved into its current headquarters at 2000 44th Street South. Since that time, Sundog has been named to the Inc. 500|5000 list of fastest-growing companies three times. It’s also been ranked one of Advertising Age’s Best Places to Work twice and named to Prairie Business magazine’s 50 Best Places to Work list for three consecutive years.

“Walk through the doors, and you’ll notice something different. Open spaces. A wine cellar. A gazebo in the middle of the office. Unexpected? Absolutely. That’s always been the whole idea,” says Tiffaney Holm, Sundog’s talent development director.

Other design highlights include a huge open-concept collaboration space, a mural made out of 6,350 gumballs, and sixth-floor outdoor patios that offer sweeping views of south Fargo. The hallways are also lined with photos of the company’s people and their passions. “It all reflects our unique culture, and it adds up to something simple - creating a place that feels like home,” says Holm.

And it’s worked. Over the years, the Sundog team has grown to include over 100 employees, occupying the top three floors of the building. The company also expanded with a new location in Minneapolis/St. Louis Park in 2015. To learn more or request a tour, visit:

About Sundog

Founded in 1995, Sundog is an industry leader in marketing and technology, specializing in manufacturing. Known for a nationally award-winning culture, the company drives revenue and results for its clients with marketing strategy, demand generation, lead management, measurement, technical strategy and more. To learn more, visit or call (701) 235-5525.

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