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Burnett rejigs in Australia

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ADELAIDE--A month after Leo Burnett Co. sold its Brisbane office to Adelaide-based agency Killey Withy Punshon, the agency has announced a restructuring of its Adelaide office with Managing Director Jim Robinson taking a 60% equity holding. The sale gives Mr. Robinson the controlling interest in the business, and the agency will be renamed Leo Burnett Robinson. Chief Executive Rob Clarke says: "Our years of experience in the Adelaide market have taught us that what our South Australian clients need is a local agency with strong knowledge of local market. These changes allow our Adelaide office to further strengthen this approach with the support of the LB worldwide resources."

Copyright March 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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