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PCI celebrates first birthday

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One year from its start-up date, local Internet service provider PCI Systems, Inc., went from zero to 3,000 new users and expanded its operations into Aurora in September as well. The Aurora branch now services 500 users total. PCI’s total commercial accounts number approximately 50. The company will celebrate its first anniversary April 5. Several… Continue Reading PCI celebrates first birthday

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Comfort Inn to open in May

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The 70-room Comfort Inn under construction at 6540 Corporate Drive will be the latest addition to the city’s hotel market along the I-25 corridor when it opens its doors in May. The 35,000 sq. ft. hotel is the first entry into Colorado Springs for the developer/owner Stonebridge Companies, headquartered in Denver. Price tag for the… Continue Reading Comfort Inn to open in May

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WestPac establishes ad agency

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Western Pacific Airlines has announced the establishment of an in-house advertising agency. The month-old, wholly owned subsidiary of the air carrier based in Colorado Springs is chartered as AdForce One Inc. Investment of the $8 million advertising budget will be funneled to print advertising. The remaining advertising dollars will go to such outlets as broadcast… Continue Reading WestPac establishes ad agency

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ACSI builds local fiber optic network

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American Communications Services Inc.’s building of a multimillion dollar telecommunications network to provide local phone service is progressing in Colorado Springs. The Maryland-based company has spent $2.8 million building infrastructure and its first synchronous optical network ring to provide local phone service in the Colorado Springs metropolitan area. General manager Michael Trujillo said ACSI plans… Continue Reading ACSI builds local fiber optic network

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Health Services Company Expands

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With the changes in hospital health care, home health care services are expanding and Valley Home Health Services will not be left behind. April Settla, manager of Valley Home Health Services, said the company will move from 1504 N. Hancock Ave. to the 2,440 square feet at 1506 N. Hancock Ave. in the Golf Acres… Continue Reading Health Services Company Expands

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MCI Leases Building

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MCI recently leased a 1,500 square foot building at 913 S. Tejon St. Hermann Speilkamp, of Banc Commercial and representative of MCI, said the communications company will use the building for storage of their surveying equipment and vehicles. It will also serve as a workshop.

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CYBEX International Inc., a manufacturer of strength and fitness equipment with research and development facilities in Colorado Springs, and Trotter Inc., a leading manufacturer of treadmills and cardiovascular fitness equipment based in Medway, Mass., have jointly announced a definitive agreement merging the two companies. Approval by stockholders is pending. “We are very enthusiastic about the… Continue Reading CYBEX-Trotter merger creates fitness equipment powerhouse

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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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