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KPC Shareholders Hold First Meeting, Re-Elect Board

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Kupper Parker Communications last week held its first shareholders meeting since becoming a public company and re-elected its board.

KPC, St. Louis, earlier this month announced first quarter revenue of $3.5 million, up 24 percent from last year. Net income was $47,000, or a penny per share.

KPC went public in September with its reverse acquisition of Greenstone/Roberts Advertising.

At its shareholders meeting, CEO Bruce Kupper said the company plans to consolidate back office functions in St. Louis and create a single office on Long Island, N.Y., where in February it agreed to buy Christopher Thomas Associates in Melville to go with Greenstone/Roberts.

The agency also unveiled a new logo.