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Marco’s Pizza, the fastest growing pizza company in the United States, known for its fresh ingredients, secret sauce recipe and dough made in-store daily, announced it will open at 1580 Space Center Dr., boosting the local economy by adding up to 25 jobs.

“Pizza lovers in Colorado Springs will quickly find out that we’re substantially different than your typical pizza chain,” said Andrea Zapata. “I was attracted to the Marco’s brand because it was founded on Italian freshness and quality standards, making it stand out from all other well-known brands. All ingredients are genuinely fresh and truly craveable. I’m proud to manage a Marco’s Pizza and offer such a quality product to the people of Colorado Springs.”  

As the only national pizza chain founded by a native Italian, Marco’s has made its name in the growing $40 billion pizza industry by producing fresh, authentic, handmade pizza. Italian food is famous for its quality servings and Marco’s prides itself on crafting every pizza in the tradition of the classic Italian cook by using ingredients that are fresh. At a time when 91 percent of Americans eat pizza once a month, more people are increasingly choosing the quality pizza that’s synonymous with Marco’s name.

The menu at Marco’s Pizza of Colorado Springs will feature a mix of classic artisan pizzas and innovative specialty pizzas like the White Cheezy, Deluxe Uno and Chicken Fresco, along with a variety of salads with croutons made daily. Customers can also choose from wholesome subs on rustic wheat or Italian white bread, hearth baked for authentic European flavor, along with creations like the Meatball Bake, Chicken Dippers and CheezyBread. With carryout, delivery, dine-in and online ordering services, Marco’s offers the convenience of picking up a quick meal or the enjoyment of sitting down at genuine, family-style restaurant.

Averaging at least one store opening every third day, Marco’s Pizza has more than 750 stores and aims to reach over 900 locations in 2017. The franchise is offering prospects exciting opportunities to be a part of the company’s nationwide growth. For more information on Marco’s Pizza franchising opportunities, visit www.marcosfranchising.com.

ABOUT MARCO’S PIZZA

Headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, Marco’s Pizza is the fastest-growing pizza company in the United States (based on the number of stores signed into development since 2007). Marco’s was founded in 1978 by Italian born, Pasquale (“Pat”) Giammarco and thrives by making Italian Pizza with fresh ingredients. The company has grown from its roots as a beloved Ohio brand to operate 750 stores in over 30 states, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and India. Most recently, Marco’s Pizza was ranked No. 2 on Forbes’ Top 10 Franchises to Invest In in the medium investment range and the No. 2 fastest growing U.S. chain on the Nation’s Restaurant News Top 100 report. To inquire about franchise opportunities with Marco’s Pizza visit marcosfranchising.com.

 

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One can only imagine the widespread media, political and intellectual condemnation of Republicans and conservatives if, after the inauguration of Barack Obama, they had gone on a violent and vicious tear all over the nation as did Democrats and liberals after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. They committed acts such as assaulting Trump supporters, setting fires and stoning police. Suppose Republicans/conservatives had carried signs that read "F--- Obama" or talked about "blowing up the White House." The news media, instead of calling them protesters, would have labeled them evil racists, obstructionists and everything else except a child of God. The reason for the difference in treatment is simple. Republicans and conservatives are held -- and hold themselves -- to higher standards of behavior. By contrast, Democrats and liberals are held -- and hold themselves -- to less civilized standards of behavior. Let's look at some of the history of conservative and liber!al behavior.

 

One of the nastiest more recent liberal events was the Occupy movement around the nation. During Occupy protests, there were rapes, assaults, robberies and holdups. These people publicly defecated and urinated on police cars. The mess they left after their demonstrations can be described as no more than a pigsty. Does anybody recall any Democratic official, from the president on down, admonishing them to behave? Contrast their behavior with that of tea party protesters. Tea partyers didn't set fires, stone police or engage in the other kinds of despicable behavior the liberal Democrats did. On top of that, they left the areas where they protested clean.

Ask yourself whether you have ever seen Republicans/conservatives rioting, turning over police cars, looting, setting places of business on fire and shouting obscenities while marching. Have you ever seen conservatives marching with chants calling for the murder of police officers? You may have heard liberals yelling, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!" In fact, virtually all of the violence against police -- whether it's throwing stones, ambushing or murdering -- is committed by liberals or people who'd identify as Democrats. The fact of the matter is that if we were to examine criminality in America -- whether talking about murderers, muggers or prisoners -- it would be dominated by people who would be described as liberals, Democrats and Hillary Clinton supporters.

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Widefield Water and Sanitation moved into their newly minted facility on the east end of Fontaine last month.

You’ll now find them at 8495 Fontaine Blvd, between Powers and Marksheffel.
You can still reach them at the same phone: 719-390-7111 and website at http://www.wwsdonline.com.

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Griffis/Blessing has been selected by Pathfinder Funds to provide property management services for Villa del Prado and Chateau at Villa at 635 Mohawk Drive in Boulder   The community is located in the Frasier Meadows neighborhood which is just minutes from CU and downtown Boulder.
 
Pat Stanforth, Senior Vice President of Multifamily Services says, “We are thrilled that our breadth of knowledge and experience in multifamily property management along the Front Range presented us with the opportunity to work with this new owner.”
 
Villa del Prado has 82 apartment homes with studio, one, two and three bedroom floor plans. The quiet, garden-style community offers residents a variety of amenities from the indoor and outdoor pools, to the spacious clubhouse and large courtyard. Interior amenities offer private patios/balconies and air conditioning, while some homes have fireplaces and in-unit washers and dryers.
 
The community will be managed by District Manager Rachel Butler with day-to-day operations being handled by Property Manager Jenn Johnson.
 
Headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with an additional office in Denver, Griffis/Blessing, Inc. currently manages over 4 million square feet of commercial space, and more than 9,300 apartment units located along Colorado’s Front Range. The company has provided award-winning property management and real estate investment services throughout Colorado since 1985. For more information, visit www.griffisblessing.com.
 

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Press Release (BlakelyCompany.com)

Blakely + Company, a full-service advertising agency in downtown Colorado Springs, has opened a second office at Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation.
 
For the past year, Blakely + Company has provided strategic insight, graphic design, website design, event planning, video production, public relations and brand development for Catalyst Campus.
 
Recently, the two entities expanded their partnership. Blakely + Company is now a marketing Support Services Provider for Catalyst Campus members and partners.
 
Catalyst has partnered with vetted businesses to provide on-campus access to a variety of services that technology companies, businesses, start-ups and nonprofits need in order to succeed.
 
These Support Service Providers will offer marketing and public relations, human resources (for full-time employees, contractors or proposals), legal support, accounting/bookkeeping, business banking/finance and opportunity analysis for Catalyst members and partners.
 
“We’re thrilled to deepen our partnership with the Catalyst Campus by having a full-time presence there. Catalyst Campus is a hotbed of innovation and technology, and we’re honored to be closely aligned with the mind-expanding collaborations that are happening there,” said Camille Blakely, president of Blakely + Company.