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Game stores merge to capitalize on market

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Two local businesses are joining forces to create a comprehensive store that is geared toward family and adult fun. The Compleat Gamer, previously located at 315 N. Tejon St., and Great Games & Hobbies, formerly at 10 Southgate Road, are merging. The new store will be called Compleat Games & Hobbies Inc. The sore will… Continue Reading Game stores merge to capitalize on market

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Manitou Jack's submits bid for bank building

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Tourists and shoppers may soon be visiting the historic former Bank of Manitou building at 814 Manitou Ave. to buy jewelry and Indian arts and crafts. Manitou Jacks, a long-time jewelry retailer in Manitou Springs, has bid on the building where Bank One will cease business operations on Sept. 12. Mike Carnel, owner of Manitou… Continue Reading Manitou Jack's submits bid for bank building

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Tranex doubling its facility

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Tranex Inc. is in the process of expansion, with the intent of doubling the size of the company. The Colorado Springs-based company designs, develops, and markets custom transformers, inductors, toroids, and related magnetic components. The company plans to add 15,000 square feet to the existing 15,000-square-foot building. The pricetag for the addition is estimated to… Continue Reading Tranex doubling its facility

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California Casualty plans new facility

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<H3><I>California-based insurer considers Briargate Campus location</I></SUBHEAD><B>By LAUREY LUMMUS</B> <FONT SIZE=-1><I>Staff Reporter</I></FONT> California Casualty has tentatively agreed to a 117,000-square-foot build-to-suit proposal on Telstar Drive in the Briargate Business Campus. The property, which is 7 acres and valued at $1.5 million, belongs to locally-based La Plata Investment Company. The company, which was founded in 1914 and… Continue Reading California Casualty plans new facility

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Goodwill puts people to work

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Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs is receiving a $120,000 facelift that will be completed early in 1997. The facelift includes a paint job for trucks, buildings, and attended donation centers with the 100-year-old organization’s newly emphasized motto, "We put people to work." Last year, the local Goodwill put 2,350 Pikes Peak area residents to work,… Continue Reading Goodwill puts people to work

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Lockheed-Martin wins lucrative contract

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The U.S. Air Force it has awarded the Lockheed-Martin Federal Systems division a seven-year contract totaling $368 million. The contract, named the Command & Control Sustainment, will use workers at the Colorado Springs Lockheed-Martin location. The agreement is set for Lockheed-Martin to sustain the Command and Control Segment of the Air Satellite Control Network. The… Continue Reading Lockheed-Martin wins lucrative contract

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Web site set to increase sales

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Signal Processing Technologies, a Colorado Springs-based subsidiary of a Japanese corporation, Toko, has announced it has obtained a web site, <A HREF="http://www.spt.com">http://www.spt.com</A>, to display its comprehensive product and sales information on the Internet’s World Wide Web. The new site features the latest information on products, including on-line data sheets from SPT’s high-tech analog-to-digital converters, comparators,… Continue Reading Web site set to increase sales

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IHOP moves into Shoney's

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The International House of Pancakes will be the next to join "restaurant row" on North Academy Boulevard. A locally based private investment group bought the former Shoney’s location at 8065 N. Academy Blvd. for a little more than $1 million and leased it to International House of Pancakes. The breakfast franchiser is currently considering who… Continue Reading IHOP moves into Shoney's

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MedLogic prepares to double

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MedLogic Global Corporation will nearly double its staff by the end of the year, bringing its research and development group from North Carolina to Colorado Springs, and is projecting a 20-fold increase in sales in fiscal year 1997 over FY 1996, which ended June 30. The 5-year-old biomedical company was poised to accomplish this plan… Continue Reading MedLogic prepares to double

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Arrow consolidates locations

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Arrow-Mayflower, A Colorado Springs-based moving firm, is in the process of consolidating its three locations located on Durango Drive, Pando Avenue and Delta Drive to a 39,600-square-foot building that will be located at 2885 S. Janitell Road.<p>The approximate cost for the building and the land on which it is located was $1.5 million.<p>The company, a… Continue Reading Arrow consolidates locations

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