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PB&T opens downtown

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Pueblo Bank & Trust will open a downtown branch Dec. 10, which will be located in the old Bank Western Building at 101 N. Cascade Ave. The bank, which has one location in Colorado Springs at 1515 N. Academy Blvd., has been in the remodeling and defining phases for its new branch for several months.… Continue Reading PB&T opens downtown

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Manufacturer sees growth

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LaserPro II, a Colorado Springs company that opened its doors in 1992, has experienced tremendous growth in volume and will be relocating to 5745 Industrial Plaza. The company, which specializes in the manufacturing of toner cartridges that are pre-tested in a compatible printer to which consumers utilize, has grown from one client more than 500,… Continue Reading Manufacturer sees growth

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Partnership leads to Springs

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Matheson Electronics Products Group and Industrial Gas Products, a Pueblo firm specializing in serving the precise gas needs of the electronics industry, have recently opened an office in Colorado Springs, which will be named Mountain Electronic Gases. The newly founded Mountain Electronic Gases will combine the expertise of the two companies in order to offer… Continue Reading Partnership leads to Springs

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OfficeMax plans to add two

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OfficeMax, located at 7645 N. Academy Blvd., is set to open two stores within its store. The concept may seem complicated, but OfficeMax has been successfully implementing the concept since its inception in 1988, and is now a <I>Fortune 500</I> company. According to OfficeMax, Colorado Springs has proven to be one of the chain’s more… Continue Reading OfficeMax plans to add two

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Furniture store expanding

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With a consistent revenue increase of 10% to 12% per year, Country Classics Furniture is being forced to expand its current 12,000-square-foot store on Woodmen Road. “We are being driven into expansion because business is so good, and we find we are two years ahead of schedule on our business plan,” said Eric Fetsch, owner… Continue Reading Furniture store expanding

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AE Associates sets up shop

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AE Associates Inc., a Greeley, Colo.-based mechanical engineering firm, recently opened offices at 6760 Corporate Drive. The growing company was acutely aware of the prospering semiconductor market in the city, and the need to service the plethora of local semiconductor companies. AEAI was started in 1976. Greg Martino started the company and remains at the… Continue Reading AE Associates sets up shop

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Vision Systems sees revenue jump

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A local software company has a vision of the future that includes growing, launching a new product, and becoming employee-owned. Vision Systems Inc. was founded in December 1993 as a network solutions provider to MCI Communications Inc. The company has since added four clients, including FedEx, America Online, and Tele-TV, on the East Coast, in… Continue Reading Vision Systems sees revenue jump

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Enterprise Zone won't change if approved

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El Paso County’s Enterprise Zone will change very little if its application is approved some time in February. Frank Barber, zone administrator, said the reapplication, which was filed in September, included the 34-year-old, 150,000-square-foot Chidlaw Building on East Bijou. The November reapplication for charitable contributions added recognition of the donated equipment related to the north… Continue Reading Enterprise Zone won't change if approved

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Speculative building continues

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A new speculative building, located on 5.73 acres, will be built this spring, according to developer Dan Gerken. The building will be located at 5535 Tech Center Drive in the Colorado Springs Technological Center. The land was purchased by Gerken and his partner, Josh Taxman, for $811,800. The building will be approximately 100,000 square feet… Continue Reading Speculative building continues

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Logistix holds steady without Apple

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The local division of Logistix anticipates revenue growth of up to 20% in 1997 — despite the loss of one of its highest volume customers, Apple Computers, earlier this year. “This is not going to be a traditional Apple Christmas in terms of volumes,” said Joe Bookataub, vice president of operations for Logistix. The 22-year-old… Continue Reading Logistix holds steady without Apple

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