Griffis/Blessing welcomes new management assistant, Molly Sarazen, to the Commercial Property Services group. Ms. Sarazen will be assisting Lisa Hammond, FMP, with the daily management of a portfolio of multiple property types in Castle Rock and Colorado Springs, Colorado.
“Our growth in Douglas County has enabled us to expand this portfolio creating additional job opportunities.“ said Rick Davidson, CPM®, Senior Vice President, Commercial Property Services. “Molly’s fifteen years’ experience in the real estate industry and market knowledge make her a perfect fit for this position.”
Headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with additional offices in Denver, Colorado, Griffis/Blessing, Inc. currently manages over 4 million square feet of commercial space, and more than 8,200 apartment units located along Colorado’s Front Range. The company has provided award-winning property management and real estate investment services since 1985. For more information, visit www.griffisblessing.com.
The Mountain of Memories will be the next section of wall ereected at the Fountain Valley Veterans Memorial near Mayor's Park (the one with the red caboose) in Fountain, Colorado.
You can memorialize a veteran, living or dead, or active duty service member by purchasing a brick for only $35.
Businesses can also purchase a brick to pay tribute to our service members, past and present.
Limit of 3 lines of text, 15 characters each, max.
To purchase your brick(s), fill out the attached form and place your oder with your local veterans organization or by mail to City Clerk, city of Fountain, Fountain, CO 80817 or at the Fountain Valley News, 120 E. Ohio St, Fountain, CO 580817. Make checks payable to FV Memorial Fund.
For more information contact Frank Montoya at 719-392-9482 or
Jerry Bryant at 719-391-8779/331-9353
Dream Catcher Mechanical of Colorado Springs recently opened a new location at 355 Main Street in Security-Widefield, CO (80911).
Dream Catcher Mechanical is a commercial HVAC contractor offering repairs, service and installation. Dream Catcher also sells used restaurant equipment.
They’re open from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday. You can reach them at 719-266-6498 or visit them at the shop, across from the Main Street Shopping Center in Security-Widefield.
Amnet recently held a community open house to celebrate the unveiling of their new logo and newly renovated office space. Roughly 100 people gathered to take a peek at the new, modern logo and recently refreshed and optimized office space.
The newly renovated office space really capitalizes on the historic Trestle Building to create a space that is urban, techy, fun, and professional. Amnet pushes the boundaries with unique and fun design touches like featured portraits of characters ranging from Darth Vader to John Wayne. The festive atmosphere was especially enhanced with musicians from The Colorado Springs Conservatory. Amnet is incredibly excited about the ability of this new space to generate optimized inspiration and productivity for their clients.
Amnet also made a change to their logo that reflects a step towards modernization while also paying respect to the Amnet legacy of days gone by. The new logo is a great modernization of the old logo and seeks to convey Amnet’s commitment to continual development in a fast-paced industry. However, it also conveys a company that pays homage to the established legacy of the Amnet color scheme. The new logo aligns Amnet’s image with its team in a way that will resonate with clients present and future.
Notable attendees at the unveiling open house included: Mayor John Suthers, Chief of Staff Jeff Green County Commissioner Denis Hisey, Councilwoman Jill Gabler, Councilman Tom Strand, Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO, Doug Price, CSBJ Executive Editor, Ralph Routon, Bryan Construction President, Vince Shoemaker, Colorado Springs Conservatory CEO, Linda Weise, Congressman Lamborn’s District Director, Jarred Rego, Senator Gardner’s Regional Director, Brandon Gould among other valued guests.
Amnet CEO Trevor Dierdorff was incredibly excited to celebrate these milestones with his entire team and is incredibly proud of the continual commitment to development. The entire Amnet team very much looks forward to their continual growth alongside clients.
Amnet is a leading IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) that businesses throughout Colorado Springs trust to maintain and optimize their IT environments. With a focused vision on generating prosperity for clients, Amnet serves companies both large and small across Colorado Springs by providing extensive IT support, innovation and implementation.
For more information visit www.amnet.net.
August of 2016 was our best month to date for SouthSideBusiness.com. We published our first online only edition in November of 2011.
Our audience has grown from less than 1,000 unique visitors per month to over 7,600 this past month.
Thanks to all of our readers, advertisers and supporters. We're looking forward to many more record months to come.
Being, fashion jewelry and accessories opened earlier this year at Mission Trace shopping canter at Jetwing and Hancock in Colorado Springs.
Being offers accessories and jewelry including scarves, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, watches, hand bags, wallets, tiaras, keychains, beads and more. They even have masquerade ball masks.
Being also offers beginning and intermediate jewelry making class, jewelry sales kits and wholesale items (must have valid sales tax license).
You’ll find Being at 3283 S. Academy Blvd in the Mission Trace shopping center, just south of KFC. You can reach them at 719-418-5229.