KGA Closes Its Doors

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KGA Advertising, a fixture in the Connecticut ad scene for nearly a quarter-century, has closed its doors. Agency founder and CEO Ken Gronbach said that he wanted to form an “internet-based marketing company,” a goal he hopes to achieve before summer’s end.

The Middletown, Conn.-based agency has been hurt by the departures, beginning in late 2000, of signature accounts Bob’s Stores and Pilot Pen.

Bob’s,

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