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No stranger to selling cars, Zacharias embraces higher role

Thursday, November 14, 2013

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Kimberley Zacharias has been in the business of selling cars for more than half of her life but seems to have found a home at Kuni Lexus of Colorado Springs. The 39-year-old New Mexico native, who has been with the company for six years, was recently promoted to general sales manager. In her new position, […]

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Kittle turns his personal focus to making Springs a better place

Thursday, November 7, 2013

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Earlier this year, Nick Kittle left his post as the city’s sustainability and innovation manager to spend more quality time with his family and operate Sustainovation LLC, his training and consulting firm. Kittle said that the company — which he kickstarted in October 2012 — is a good way for him to earn an income […]

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Pearce finds her expertise in marketing for Nor’wood

Thursday, October 31, 2013

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Since joining Nor’wood Development Group in 2007, 31-year-old Eva Pearce has made marketing her own. The North Carolina native came to Colorado for the scenery, received a degree in visual and performing arts from UCCS, and stayed to cultivate a talent she never knew she had. Pearce, now the company’s marketing director, took some time […]

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SKR accountant glad to have permanent home in Springs

Thursday, August 29, 2013

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Buddy Newton came from a military family that moved here when he was a teenager. He graduated from UCCS in 2008 and went to work soon thereafter for Stockman Kast Ryan + Co., where he now is a CPA and supervising senior tax consultant. He also volunteers for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.   […]

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Snead’s Type-A business approach proving successful

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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Diane Snead, 30, became a mechanical engineer with the understanding that one day she would start her own engineering firm. After several years in the field, she realized she could help more people by breaking out on her own. “I’m not your ‘typical’ engineer,” she said. “I’m just as suited behind a computer as I […]

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