Auto Dealers

Faricy Boys

4950 New Car Drive

Phone: 636-1333

Web: faricy.com

Year Established: 1942

No one from Faricy Boys was available to speak to the CSBJ.

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From its website: “We truly care about our customers and want them to walk away happy for years to come. We’re always willing to help, whether it’s jeep-buying advice, or real-life suggestions about making a trade-in. Every driver deserves the wave of satisfaction that comes with getting behind the wheel of a perfect-fitting car. Our staff aims to do that every time by being attentive, passionate, knowledgeable, and open-minded. We’re certain that auto shoppers will drive away from The Faricy Boys smiling!”

Second: Perkins Motors

perkinsmotors.com

Third: Larry H. Miller Toyota of Colorado Springs

toyotaofcoloradosprings.com

Craft Breweries and Brew Pubs

Bristol Brewing

1604 S. Cascade Ave.

Phone: 633-2555

Web: bristolbrewing.com

Year Established: 1994

Number of employees:  65

What sets Bristol apart from its competitors?

“Our business model is based on the community, doing what’s best for the community as a whole. That’s what sets us apart from the rest of the breweries in Colorado Springs and in the state. We set aside a part of our budget to donate to nonprofits. Called our Karma Hour, we donated $1 per pint sold during the hour to a specific nonprofit. We also participate in fundraising. Our goal is to be an active part of the community, to work to make it a better place to live.” — Kristen Olson, former minister of community and director of events

Second: Phantom Canyon Brewing Co.

phantomcanyon.com

Third: Red Leg Brewing Company

redlegbrewing.com

Professional Associations

Pikes Peak Association of Realtors

430 N. Tejon St., Suite 101

Phone: 633-7718

Web: ppar.com

Year Established: 1902

Number of Employees: 23

What makes your association stand out?

“We’re the second largest Realtor association in the state, and we have a lot of leadership at the state association. The PPAR interviews candidates at all levels, city council, county commissioner, school boards. We endorse candidates and provide funding. We’re very involved in the community. We also meet monthly with the city, the county, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance and the Colorado Springs Housing & Building Association.” — Terry Storm, president and CEO

Second: Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs

cshba.com

Third: El Paso County Bar Association

elpasocountybar.org