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New Company Moves to Town

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Barbary-Colorado Springs Enterprises, the parent company of K and R Products Inc., leased a 15,800 square foot industrial building at 880 Elkton Dr. last week. The company’s Chief Executive Officer Fred Varietta said the plastic injection molding company is based out of Santa Cruz, Calif., but is opening the office in Colorado Springs for its… Continue Reading New Company Moves to Town

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Model Home Opens at Boulders Broadmoor

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John Bridges of Canaan Company recently completed his model home at 110 Brigham Court in Boulders Broadmoor. JoAnn Gaston, marketing assistant at Boulders Broadmoor, said the two-story home is 3,232 square feet finished and 4,815 square feet with the unfinished walk-out basement. This $450,000 home has an island kitchen with a nook that opens into… Continue Reading Model Home Opens at Boulders Broadmoor

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Endless variations of headlines predicting the demise of “The Industry” have pervaded Los Angeles newspapers and trades for nearly a decade. “Hollywood on the Move,” they blare. Or, in <I>Variety</I>-speak, “Pix Go to Stix.” We could add “Doomsday” to those headlines and be perfectly in synch with the underlying theme. What has this to do… Continue Reading Bringing film dollars to Colorado Springs: The battle continues

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Fountain Drive-In Partners are making sure that retail growth in Fountain keeps up with the population growth. The partnership headed by Paul Abramson and Ed Rudolph closed Friday on the purchase of 10.6 acres on Highway 85/87, just north of Wal-Mart, Pizza Hut, and Subway. Abramson said the land, which the partnership purchased for $450,000,… Continue Reading Retail growth continues in Fountain with new partnership

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Credit union offers on-line banking

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El Paso County’s largest credit union, as ranked by second quarter 1996 assets in the <I>CSBJ Book of Lists,</I> now allows banking on-line. Security Service Federal Credit Union’s 297,818 members, 58,279 of whom are in Colorado Springs, can now perform many banking functions from their personal computers including transfering funds, viewing 45-day statements, making credit… Continue Reading Credit union offers on-line banking

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Stand-By Personnel purchased by OutSource

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El Paso County’s largest staffing company, Stand-By Personnel, has been purchased for an undisclosed sale price by OutSource International, a Florida-based human resources company. OutSource received $25 million in a private placement from Triumph Capital Group in Boston along with a $45 million line of credit from Bank of Boston and has been using the… Continue Reading Stand-By Personnel purchased by OutSource

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Office land, video store sold

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A California foundation bought 10 acres of office and retail land from the Reliance Development Corp — at Flying W Ranch Road and Centennial Boulevard — last week for $1.2 million. The deal also includes a Blockbuster Video that is currently being built at the site of The Shoppes at Mountain Shadows. The purchase price… Continue Reading Office land, video store sold

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JPI Employee Changes

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JPI, nationally recognized luxury apartment developers, recently promoted Brad Taylor to regional development manager and hired Brian Fritz as senior market analyst. A former vice president and development associate at JPI, Taylor’s primary responsibility is to locate and develop suitable sites for apartment communities in the Rocky Mountain region. He manages the land negotiations and… Continue Reading JPI Employee Changes

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Lube Stop makes quick change

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Colorado Springs’ six Lube Stop 10 Minute Oil Change Centers have been purchased by Tibarom Inc., a Colorado-incorporated company that plans to convert the centers to Q Lubes, A Quaker State Company, by next fall. The Lube Stops plan to add Q Lube’s reputation and product recognition to Lube Stop’s 19-year history of service in… Continue Reading Lube Stop makes quick change

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Littleton-based Carder Concrete is buying 13 acres for a little less than $800,000 on East Las Vegas Street to build a full-service concrete products manufacturing facility. President Tom Walters said the new facility will cost approximately $3.2 million with land and equipment. He expects the manufacturing plant to be up and running in August. Carder,… Continue Reading Carder Concrete to build manufacturing facility

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