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Colorado Springs Business Journal

235 S Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: 719-634-5905
Fax: 719-577-4107

Mission: To be the business source and resource in this region;

Vision: To bear witness to the business environment in a fair, balanced, and responsible manner;

Intent: To use our power and influence as the only business paper

in the region to be a catalyst for positive change in the business community;

Motto: Read the CSBJ and lead the conversation.

Publisher:

Jenifer Furda

Editor:

Amy Gillentine


Editorial

Staff Reporters:

Amber Baillie
Bryan Grossman
Cameron Moix

Senior Reporter:

John Hazlehurst

Copy Editor:

Mary Jo Meade

Researcher:

Helen Robinson

Advertising

Account Executives:

Tammy Fogall
Royce Gomez
Vanessa Nagel

Advertising & Special Events Coordinator:

Heather McPeak

Art and Production

Production Director:

Ryan Hannigan

Graphic Designers:

Melissa Edwards
Rowdy Tompkins

Colorado Publishing House

Chairman of the Board:

John Weiss

Executive Editor:

Ralph Routon

Circulation Coordinator:

Jake Saliba

Accounts Payable:

Kathy MacLeish

Accounts Receivable:

Jamie Romero-Agrusa

Personnel Coordinator:

Leah Valentine

Director of Marketing and Promotions:

Jack Ward




5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Ralph

    February 6, 2016 at 3:00 pm

    Where can I pick up hard copies of the CSBJ?

  2. Alice

    May 18, 2016 at 5:04 pm

    Any new nominations coming up for 2016?

    • CSBJ Web Admin

      May 19, 2016 at 9:38 am

      Alice, on Monday, our Southeast Business Plan Competition goes live, and in June we will be opening up our 6035 Lifestyle for nominations as well. Check http://www.csbj.com/nominate/ for the forms!

  3. Mark Sullivan

    June 8, 2016 at 9:46 am

    I picked up a copy of Ralph’s editorial from 8 April at Coaltrain about how we should oppose beer & wine in grocery stores. I am a small business supporter but I fail to see how this will impact “neighborhood liquor stores” unless the big guys have competing product lines and, through power of purchase, under cut the small guys. That’s not the situation Ralph describes in the article. He suggests that the big boxes don’t even carry them. I’m inclined to vote against ‘Your Choice Colorado’ but I believe there is a niche for the small operator that carries local craft products. I’m inclined to go there (much like choosing an independent restaurant over a chain) to seek out something special rather than drop by King Soopers for a case of Coors Lite. Seems to me they serve two different target markets. Am I missing something?

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