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Kudos! – February 1, 2013

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Panera Bread donates $11,000 to Care & Share Panera Bread of Colorado Springs raised $11,000 for Care and Share Food Bank through a community collaboration dubbed “Operation Dough-Nation.” Five Colorado Springs bakery-cafes from the Operation Dough-Nation program collectively raised $11,000 from the donation boxes at each cash register. In 2012 Panera Bread donated $164,000 to… Continue Reading Kudos! – February 1, 2013

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On the Horizon – February 1, 2013

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Feb. 4 Lions Heart Celebration Tickets are on sale now for the Colorado Springs Christian Schools 2013 Lions Heart Celebration, which will honor Tim Tebow this year. The event is April 13 at Broadmoor Hall and tickets are $85 and $50 for children ages 3 to 10. The event includes dinner and the program with… Continue Reading On the Horizon – February 1, 2013

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People on the Move – February 1, 2013

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Mary Greenwood has been promoted to mortgage loan officer at Ent Federal Credit Union. She has been with Ent for seven years and started as a member service representative. Most recently, she worked as a consumer lending specialist at Ent’s Falcon service center. Dr. Tim Gramling, president of Colorado Technical University, Southern Colorado, has joined… Continue Reading People on the Move – February 1, 2013

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Studio C3 a link to Internet marketing

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Studio C3 a link to Internet marketing

Studio C3 Owner: Kaleb Kohart Employees: 3 Location: 332 W. Bijou St., Suite 106 Web: www.studioc3.tv Kaleb Kohart describes himself as the man behind the curtain. That curtain is his video production business, Studio C3, where he creates commercials for small businesses — animated ads for out-of-state banks, videos for nonprofits and slick branding presentations… Continue Reading Studio C3 a link to Internet marketing

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Natural gas prices key to Utilities’ future

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Natural gas prices key to Utilities’ future

What’s the more significant economic driver in Colorado Springs: gas prices — or gas prices? To be clearer, are we more affected by the price of gasoline, or the price of natural gas? We all know what gasoline costs, because we buy it directly. The price we pay includes all costs — exploration, production, refining,… Continue Reading Natural gas prices key to Utilities’ future

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Hail, not fire, to blame for insurance rate hikes

After the Waldo Canyon fire tore through Colorado Springs, burning 346 homes and threatening hundreds more, homeowners were certain they’d see their insurance premiums increase. And they are, but not because of the fire. It’s because of the growing number of what the insurance industry defines as “catastrophes,” which has been mostly hail in recent… Continue Reading Hail, not fire, to blame for insurance rate hikes

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NASA urged to return to its roots

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NASA urged to return to its roots

“The Earth is just too small and fragile a basket for the human race to keep all its eggs in.” — author Robert Heinlein. The Colorado Springs-based Space Foundation agrees, and wants NASA to return to its exploration roots. The foundation issued a report in December that not only points out the problems that plague… Continue Reading NASA urged to return to its roots

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CS tech startup moving to Denver

Growing tech startup Prosperent will move to Denver in March. The company, which manages pay-per-sale online advertising for companies like REI, QVS and Zappos told the Business Journal in November that it was having trouble finding talented web programmers to hire in Colorado Springs. Mike Christensen, company co-founder and president, said employment issues were the… Continue Reading CS tech startup moving to Denver

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An unmarked door into the basement of a small commercial building in the Ivywild neighborhood seems more likely to contain dusty storage bins and cobwebbed boxes of forgotten relics than a modern, wildly artistic and growing business. But somehow, the tiny 340-square-foot basement space is a fitting location for a start-up business with industry roots… Continue Reading Distillery 291 planning move into Bristol’s location

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It’s a new year, and time for new thinking and taking new approaches to the way you hire while attracting a diverse workforce [that includes people with disabilities]. A number of resources are available that can aid you in doing just that, and some, such as customized employment, are provided at no cost to businesses.… Continue Reading Let’s consider accessing the untapped workforce

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