Jeff Julin, president of MGA Communications, announced today that he and Cricket Smith, MGA’s executive vice president, have closed the firm.
“MGA had a terrific run as a nationally recognized, award-winning communications firm. Its programs for the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, led by MGA Chairman Mike Gaughan, were of particular note in what they achieved in community engagement and helping bring the site partners and community together on the clean-up solution,” Julin said.
He added, “We were also blessed with numerous incredibly talented people through the years that help the firm achieve what we did for our many great clients.”
Julin is forming a consultancy that will focus on development, analysis and assessment of communication and engagement programs.
6 thoughts on “Julin, Smith Shut Down MGA Communications”
Congratulations to Jeff and Cricket on a great run — impressive success and legendary leadership in the PR profession!
I started my career more than 30 years ago in the predecessor firm to MGA. The quality of the people that worked for MGA over the years is unmatched. I will remember my days there with great fondness and much admiration.
So sad. The end of an era. The Colorado Education Association and I are proud to have been part of a great legacy!
I had an amazing experience working with MGA as a client. I hope your next endeavor fills your soul, Jeff. Blessings to all. Marti J. Smith
I will always remember MGA for this awesome video they made, starring Ginger Pelz, Jessica Terlecki and other luminous luminaries from the good ol’ days. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH8QoNuWKsY
Whereas very sorry to see MGA close under that name, it is encouraging that Jeff will continue to provide his sage advice under another “umbrella”. We wish him good speed, while remembering the past. Allard W. van Veen, Founder and Global Chairman, PROI Worldwide.