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Strum shopping

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Lonny Strum, 43, who left as president-managing partner, Earle Palmer Brown, Philadelphia, March 1 to pursue business ownership opportunities, said he is in acquisition discussions with about six advertising agencies in both Philadelphia and New York. Mr. Strum would not disclose the names of the agencies that he hopes to acquire, but he expects a deal to happen by mid-May. After seven years of heading EPB's Philadelphia office, Mr. Strum said, "I decided I wanted to do more than operate an ad agency; I wanted to own an agency."

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