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Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing Named Agency Of Record By Gilbarco Veeder-Root

(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 25, 2006 ) RALEIGH, N.C. - Jim Tobin, partner at Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing, has announced that the firm has been named agency of record for Gilbarco Veeder-Root, a leading international supplier of fuel dispensing equipment specializing in point of sale, integrated fuel control, site management, and support services for petroleum marketers and commercial fueling enterprises worldwide. As agency of record, Brogan will provide advertising, public relations, marketing and online marketing services to the firm.“We are honored to be selected by a company that possesses a great reputation around the world,” said Tobin. “Our expertise in marketing and advertising can help Gilbarco Veeder-Root continue to reinforce their position as the leading supplier of integrated fuel control.”About Gilbarco Veeder-Root:Gilbarco Veeder-Root is a leading global supplier of fuel dispensing equipment, fully integrated point of sale systems for the global petroleum marketplace. Gilbarco Veeder-Root is headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina with sales, manufacturing, research, development, and service locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia, the Pacific Rim and Australia.About Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing: Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing, established in 1984, is a $90 million convergence-marketing firm with over 50 employees. Brogan & Partners assists clients through the entire communications process including strategic planning, research, developing creative concepts, production supervision, design and graphic services, media planning and buying, public relations, and digital services. The firm has a founding office located in Detroit, Michigan and another office located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, with service offices located in Washington DC and Naples, Florida, as well as a research affiliate located in Chicago, Illinois. Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing has been voted One of the Best Places to Work, a Workplace of Tomorrow, and a High-Performance Workplace and most recently was ranked seventh largest advertising agency in the Triangle in the Triangle Business Journal’s Book of Lists 2005. For more information, please call 919-719-8980 or visit the Web site at http://www.brogan.com.Patty Briguglio MMI Associates, Inc. 919-233-6600 patty@mmimarketing.com


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