Business Briefs – 12/2/2005

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LTC Financial garners 60 national awards

Long-Term Care Sales Strategies magazine has awarded 60 national LTCi Sales Achievement Awards to LTC Financial Partners of Colorado Springs.

The 60 awards accounted for 40 percent of all awards presented to all agencies in the United States.

Clear Channel launches station in Pueblo

Clear Channel Radio Pueblo has launched a new station, KPHT 95.5 FM.

The station started broadcasting holiday tunes on Nov. 9 and will reveal its format on Christmas Day.

Clear Channel also operates Y 96.9 Today’s Best Country, KDZA Oldies 107.9, KCSJ Newstalk Radio and KGHF The Zone – Pueblo’s local sports station.

Nick Donavan will be the station’s program director.

Business owners urged to read the fine print

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado is warning small business owners to read the fine print if they receive a check from YP Corp.

Although the check looks official, a paragraph on the back states that by depositing the check in a business account, the signer agrees to pay $27.50 a month in exchange for listing the signer’s company information on the YP.com Web site. Although the check initially seems to be some sort of rebate, the signed and deposited check is actually a contract for services.

The BBB serving Southern Nevada has processed 96 complaints about YP Corp. in the last 36 months. The company has an unsatisfactory record with the bureau because of a continuing pattern of complaints.

The BBB recommends reading the fine print on all documents before you sign and questioning the motive of companies sending you a complimentary “rebate.”

Massage therapist needed for city board

The City of Colorado Springs needs a licensed massage therapist for the Board of Massage Examiners. Members of the board meet twice quarterly and serve three-year terms.

The board determines qualifications for applicants requesting a massage therapy license. Members administer practical and written examinations as well as establish rules and regulations relating to the test.

Sometimes, the group will be asked to meet with City Council and attend public hearings to review proposed modifications or additions to the requirements.

Send letters of interest and resumes by Dec. 16 to City Council, Attn: Marti Devine, P.O. Box 1575, Colorado Springs, CO 80901.

For more information, visit www.springsgov.com and click on City Council and City Management then City Boards and Commissions or call 385-5453.