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Springs Orleans might expand to both coasts

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Downtown restaurant Springs Orleans could soon become the flagship of a new national chain. Continue Reading Springs Orleans might expand to both coasts

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Skate City Owners: Jeff and Terri Ingrum First Colorado location: 1970 in Aurora Colorado Springs locations: • 1920 N. Academy Blvd. built in 1973 • 4575 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. purchased in 1983 Full-time employees: 33 Total employees: 300 Few companies founded on the wholesome family values of the 1960s have been able to succeed through the decades… Continue Reading Wholesome business skating on longtime tradition

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Tom Hudson, a successful real estate investor in Colorado Springs during the 1980s, had a simple business philosophy. “You don’t make money when you sell,” he used to say, “but when you buy.” In 1924, Colorado Springs voters passed a $1.25 million bond issue to buy out the privately owned company providing electric service to… Continue Reading Window for moving away from Drake might be closed

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Get ready for direct-mail pieces, yard signs by the hundreds and TV commercials — all part of an aggressive campaign for voter approval of Memorial Health System’s lease to University of Colorado Health. Continue Reading Memorial lease campaign pushes for voter approval

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When 100 cyclists sprint into downtown Colorado Springs concluding the USA Pro Challenge’s Stage 5 on Aug. 24, much of the world will learn that the city did not burn down this summer. Continue Reading Springs counts on Pro Challenge to change perception

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Religious liberty in the United States is under siege like never before, says one local attorney who specializes in religion and legal issues. Continue Reading Religious lawsuits fill court dockets

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Kudos! – August 9, 2012

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Infinity named No. 1 small business to work for in Colorado Infinity has been selected as the No. 1 small business in the 2012 Best Companies to Work for in Colorado. The winners were selected and ranked independent of the Colorado SHRM State Council by ModernThink, a national research and consulting organization. Infinity’s primary customer is… Continue Reading Kudos! – August 9, 2012

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On the Horizon – August 9, 2012

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Aug. 15 Bestway recycling center tour Colorado Springs Office of Innovation and Sustainability hosts a lunch-n-learn at Bestway Recycling’s material recovery facility from 12:11 to 12:49 p.m. at 4005 Interpark Drive. Close-toed shoes are required. Attendees are encouraged to bring their lunches. Attendees have a chance to win a door prize tote bag made from… Continue Reading On the Horizon – August 9, 2012

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Bud Shepard: a modern-day pioneer

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When the news came this week, not many residents of Colorado Springs heard about it or comprehended its meaning. They had no way of knowing how much Omer “Bud” Shepard, who passed away in Arizona at the age of 82, influenced this city’s evolution from a small, sleepy town beside the mountains to a thriving… Continue Reading Bud Shepard: a modern-day pioneer

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Winning your gold

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As we watch the amazing feats of athleticism performed by thousands of dedicated Olympic athletes from all over the world, I wonder how many people devote Olympian time, energy, discipline, and focus to their passions, their dreams, or their businesses. What can business leaders learn from Olympic athletes? 1. Get great advice. Listen to smart… Continue Reading Winning your gold

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