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SRC Computers expands

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SRC Computers, the business legacy of Seymour R. Cray and his business partners, recently expanded at 4240 N. Nevada. Rich Kelly, of Palmer McAllister and representative of the landlord Maxcor Manufacturing, said SRC leased 11,000 square feet in this building in May 1996. SRC recently leased an additional 45,000 square feet. Terry Willkom, SRC vice… Continue Reading SRC Computers expands

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PressStock Zellerbach, a Meade Company, recently opened its first retail store in 5,600 square feet at 4654 North Park Dr. Jerry Grove, business manager, said Zellerbach has been in Colorado for some time. PressStock is the company’s retail stores which first opened in Colorado in 1981. This store is PressStock’s 45th store. Prior to opening… Continue Reading Zellerbach Paper opens Colorado Springs store

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Wissler Ranch lots going fast

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The 550 acres of heavily forested Wissler Ranch is being developed into 133 building sites for single family homes. Those homesites are going faster than developer MLC Development, a partnership out of Denver, can get the filings completed. Richard Wilson, of Wilson Real Estate and marketing and sales director for Wissler Ranch, said the 2.5… Continue Reading Wissler Ranch lots going fast

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World Trade comes to Springs

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Those who know about international trade came to Colorado this week to meet those who want to know about international trade. About 150 registrants came armed with questions and business cards for representatives from 21 countries, customs and commerce department officials, lawyers, and other business people who have gone abroad before them. Kelly McGuire, associate… Continue Reading World Trade comes to Springs

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Bruegger's Bagels alive and well

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Despite rumors that Bruegger’s Fresh Bagel Bakery stores in Colorado Springs may close, the two stores are thriving and will remain open. “They’re the two best in the state,” said Steve Sheldon, director of marketing for Bruegger’s. Speculation about whether Bruegger’s Colorado Springs stores might close arose after Quality Dining Inc., owner of the Denver-based… Continue Reading Bruegger's Bagels alive and well

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Sailing Specialties move

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Sailing Specialties recently moved to the heart of revitalized Colorado Springs and added almost 1,000 square feet of space at 415 S. Cascade. Owner Gus Farrar said the building used to be a carpet cleaning company so it has a tower in the middle of the building. This worked out well for Sailing Specialties. The… Continue Reading Sailing Specialties move

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Jackson Creek ready to develop

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Development of the 1,050 acres of Jackson Creek in the Regency Park area in Monument is scheduled to begin in early summer with homes available the first part of 1998. Jackson Creek is planned to be developed in seven phases over 30 years with the primary focus on the residential areas. More than 2,800 single… Continue Reading Jackson Creek ready to develop

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Total Recall buys software firm

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Total Recall, a data-recovery pioneer and software development firm, has announced its acquisition of Teknosys, a Tampa, Florida-based software support company. All Teknosys assets, predominantly the Help! product line, are now the property of Total Recall. Kelly Leopard, owner and president of Total Recall, called the transaction “a good move” and “a good match” for… Continue Reading Total Recall buys software firm

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Chamber awards small business

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<H2><I>Steven Foss recognized</I></H2><B>By KAREN SUCHARSKI</B> <FONT SIZE=-1><I>Staff Reporter</I></FONT> In addition to the Small Business Person of the Year award given by the Chamber of Commerce, two $5,000 scholarships from the University of Phoenix and the Department of Defense Small Business Contractor of the Year award were also given last week during a luncheon on Small… Continue Reading Chamber awards small business

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Carder Concrete comes to Springs

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Construction on Carder Concrete Products newest Colorado plant began Monday on 13 acres at 3340 E. Las Vegas. Carder manufactures concrete pipe and box culverts. The Littleton-based company was founded in 1968 and has a plant in Casper, Wyo. Kathy Maloney, spokesperson for Carder, said that business has expanded so rapidly in southern Colorado that… Continue Reading Carder Concrete comes to Springs

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