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Harp steps in as communications manager for Regional Business Alliance

27. December 2012

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Brittney Harp discovered Colorado when a student-exchange program landed her at Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) in Grand Junction. The 24-year-old communications graduate then moved to Colorado Springs in the spring of 2010, after graduating from the University of Northern Iowa. She wasted no time getting involved in the community. She took a […]

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Veteto’s world covers engineering, manufacturing, arts and outdoors

20. December 2012

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Jared Veteto, a 36-year-old Springs native, co-owns Cogitic Corp. with his brother. The day-to-day demands of business ownership keep him busy, but he’s one who appreciates the arts and the great outdoor opportunities that Colorado Springs has to offer. Along the way, Veteto and his brother have benefited from a decision to change their business […]

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Cañon National Bank executive Spaeth thinks, works like an entrepreneur

13. December 2012

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Jesse Spaeth’s family moved to Colorado Springs when he was 3 — practically making him a native. Now 36, he has fond memories of skiing on Pikes Peak and remembers the town as a smaller community. Just as much as he loved outdoor activities, he loved numbers. So he majored in finance and then landed […]

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Pywell Yarbrough brings youthful energy to Mining Exchange

6. December 2012

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Shelby Pywell Yarbrough, at 28, is probably the youngest general manager of a major hotel in Colorado Springs. She landed the job because nobody knows The Mining Exchange, a new Wyndham Grand Hotel downtown, quite like she does. She started working as a manager in what is now Springs Orleans seven years ago. Her career […]

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