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This may be the year that was for Patsy Buchwald, president and owner of the Colorado Springs Balloon Classic. First, she was named one of the Top 100 women-owned businesses in Colorado, and now she is the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce’s 2002 Small Business Person of the Year.Buchwald purchased the balloon festival in… Continue Reading Patsy Buchwald is Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Person of the Year

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Johnny Nolan, a popular long-time bar manager of the Ritz Grill, has opened his own new restaurant and tavern called SouthSide Johnny’s. Nolan, along with partners Dave Lux and Luke Travins, owners of Concept Restaurants, said they have developed a new model for the lower area of downtown Colorado Springs. SouthSide Johnny’s features a full… Continue Reading Big city tavern calls a historic trolley car warehouse home

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It has been a long wait for donut lovers, but at last a Krispy Kreme donut store has opened for business at 501 N. Chelton in Colorado Springs near the Citadel Mall. As it geared up for the grand opening, Krispy Kreme gave away thousands of donuts to anxious customers. At a groundbreaking earlier this… Continue Reading Krispy Kreme opens Colorado Springs donut store

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How do you know your company makes a good pizza? How about when it’s voted best pizza in Calgary, Alberta Canada – and you don’t have any pizza outlets in Calgary. “We already knew we had a great pizza,” said George Yudell, marketing director for the San Francisco-based Extreme Pizza. “But that’s some welcome news… Continue Reading Extreme Pizza enters the Colorado Springs market

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With determination, gusto and flair, the housekeeping staffs and chefs of some of the area’s finest hotels proved that even under time pressure and the scrutiny of one’s peers, good work does prevail. The bed-making competition, and the exciting Champions de Cuisine six-hour elimination cook-off highlighted the fifth annual Hospitality Expo, which was held March… Continue Reading Hotel workers compete in hospitality competition

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Wow! There’s a lot going on out there – some of the latest real estate-related announcements originating from downtown all the way to Peterson Air Force Base. Hold on to your hats, folks, it’s going to be an interesting five years ahead…Lux says Southside Johnny’s opening at 528 S. Tejon The Colorado Springs Business Journal… Continue Reading Future looks alive in all areas of Springs’ real estate

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To look at this hip 31 year old bakery owner and entrepreneur, one might never guess that Stephen Boonzaaijer (pronounced Bone-zy-yer) comes from five generations of European-trained Dutch baking craftsmen. His Boonzaaijer’s Dutch Bakery location on Centennial Boulevard opened for business three years ago, and today employs three full-time bakers and four part-time personnel. “We… Continue Reading Baker has recipe for business — quality ingredients and planning

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Original Smoothie franchise comes to Colorado

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For local residents Cody and Leone Winters, starting the first Smoothie King franchise in Colorado didn’t have much to do with money. They just missed their favorite smoothies. Leone, who is from New Orleans, started drinking Smoothie King smoothies when she was a lifeguard, using the nutritional drinks as quick meal supplement and energy booster.… Continue Reading Original Smoothie franchise comes to Colorado

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Don’t drive an hour-and-a-half to do high-end shopping, just travel 25 minutes from anywhere in Colorado Springs. That’s the basis behind the marketing strategy with the First & Main Town Center being developed by Nor’wood Development Group. The 138-acre site, along S. Carefree Circle and Powers Boulevard, is set to be 100 percent complete before… Continue Reading Colorado Springs developer believes city will support high-end shopping center

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After 14 years of vacancy and undergoing two years of construction, the Newport Inn, formerly the Embers Hotel and Restaurant, will soon be inviting customers back for a good meal and a home away from home. Donald and Jennie Newport bought the property located at 21 S. Wahsatch Ave. in September 1998 for $450,000 .… Continue Reading Former hotel to be site of new restaurant, inn

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