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Dave and Betty Werner, the owners of Sign Masters, love a good risk. Take their decision, for instance, to leave solid corporate jobs behind three years ago to start a brand new business in a new community with their own money. Fortunately, the dynamic couple selected Colorado Springs – and relied on their own abundant… Continue Reading Husband-and-wife team builds successful sign co.

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When The Welcome Lady knocks at a door – be it residential or small business, people respond. After all, the one-year-old company already boasts an enviable track record – and builds relationships between newcomers and existing area business. New residents appreciate the one-on-one introduction to services and attractions, and participating companies like the qualified leads… Continue Reading CO firm helps newcomers build biz relationships

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For years, PR veteran John DeFrancesco has used words to help his clients communicate their vision to the target audience. These days he uses art to continue to grow creatively in his career and life. The Stamford, Conn., native had originally planned to go to Pratt Institute but ended up going to the University of… Continue Reading Artfully done – PR pro with a passion for painting

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Toby Wong just smashed a 108-year-old glass ceiling. Wong is the USOC’s highest-ranking female staff executive in its 108-year history, but it is not a fact she is letting go to her head. She has pitched products for some of the best-known brands in the world, including Nike and Coca-Cola, and is now poised to… Continue Reading U.S. Olympic Committee hires chief mktg. officer

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Colorado Springs Airport has chalked up good scores in the airport-competition game, and a new marketing effort aims to keep the flights coming. “Airline boardings are critical for us,” said Mary Collins, the airport’s director of marketing. “Airlines go where they can make money. We have to keep the flight service we have and add… Continue Reading CO Springs Airport launches new mktg. effort

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A former Marine, Wake Forest University graduate and Desert Storm veteran is the new executive vice president for marketing at the Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation. David Seamon comes to the EDC from Decatur, Georgia, where he most recently served as executive director for the Development Authority of DeKalb County. “We are delighted that… Continue Reading Econ. Development Corp. names new marketing exec.

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David Chavez loves his work. You can tell by the dozens of autographed photos, baseballs, hockey sticks, basketballs, and caps on his office shelves and walls. Olympic gold medalist, Rulon Gardner; Billy Blanks of Tae-Bo fame; the NFL’s Jamal Anderson; or NASCAR great, Bobby Allison share one thing in common: they’ve all contracted to appear… Continue Reading Local firm succeeds in sports, events promotions

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The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) moved forward with two trademark infringement complaints against Discount Tires on Jan. 8 and Quiksilver, Inc. on Jan. 23. Both complaints were filed in a Federal Court in Salt Lake City, Utah. The USOC alleged unauthorized usage of Olympic imagery in the Discount Tires complaint when a Discount Tire’s… Continue Reading Use of Olympic Rings without permission a major mistake

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Dawn Dawson leads a double life.During the week, the owner of Reflections Advertising in Colorado Springs works with clients and voices radio and TVcommercials. When the weekend comes she cuts loose on the water, although she recently traded her Jet Ski and a world title for a fishing pole and a bass boat. How did… Continue Reading How a CO Springs ad agency owner became a world champion jet skier

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At a time when layoffs and downsizing headline the news, some individuals decide to start their own businesses. Case in point: Pet Pantry owners, Tim and Meda Bower. The couple moved to Colorado Springs from Michigan in the mid-90s. Both had left full-time employment to find new jobs in Colorado Springs. Meda, an R.N, quickly… Continue Reading CO Springs entrepreneurs purchase Nevada-based Pet Pantry franchise

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