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Gowrie changes name, adds new slogan

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The Gowrie Group, an insurance, employee benefits and finance company formerly known as Gowrie, Barden & Brett, recently announced its name change.

The Connecticut and Rhode Island-based organization is also adding a new logo and message, to reflect the consolidation of the increasing number of services it offers.

The company's new motto is: "Always on watch."

"The new Gowrie Group name and branding clearly represents Gowrie's commitment to keeping communication simple, providing expert advice, and delivering the creative and customized solutions our clients need," president Carter Gowrie said in a statement.

Gowrie's services have grown to encompass insurance, employee benefits and finance, and have been provided to clients through many linked companies and programs, including Gowrie Barden & Brett, Gowrie Brett & Young, Fisher & Fisher Associates, Brewer Preferred Insurance, The Burgee Program and Customer One Financial.

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