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Springs Company tapped for new larger, thermochromic ink packaging

(Merit Media Relations). - - Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI), the specialized inks company whose products are seen on packages around the world, are now showing their true colors on the beverages from Hiball Energy on store shelves globally.

Formerly available in 10-ounce glass bottles, the new 16-ounce cans are the result of consumers wanting a larger size. The new packages, launched in March 2012, sport a series of white bubbles that turn an eye-catching blue when the cans reach a refreshing temperature of 45° F. (7.2° C.). (photo from PR Newswire)

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Press Release (Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau)

After an in-depth, four-month redesign process, the new Colorado Springs logo is complete. Design firm Fixer Creative Co. was awarded the contract to develop the concept in January as part of a community-inspired collaboration to reconsider the creative originally launched in November 2011. With a unanimous recommendation from the Curator Team, the Community Branding Task Force approved the logo for use in promoting Colorado Springs to a variety of audiences, including travelers, businesses and residents.

Christopher Schell, Vice President of Design Rangers and leader of the Curator Team, confirms the logo’s creative strengths. “The logo positions Colorado Springs as the quintessential Colorado city. More than a piece of art, the logo is something that people can rally behind and be proud of.” John Pierce, U.S. Olympic Committee Managing Director of Marketing Services and Curator Team member, points out that “this is more than just a stand-alone logo.  It fits seamlessly with the city brand essence and has the opportunity to be timeless." Cheryl Farr, Principal and Chief Strategy Officer at The CSK Group, confirms that it feels “modern, captures Colorado Springs’ uniqueness and is highly competitive relative to first-class destinations.”

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Mike's Lock and Key service will open at their new location in Fountain on Wednesday, April 4th.

The shop is at 5520 S. Hwy 85/87, unit 102, in the Fountain Valley Shopping Center. Hours will be from 9am to 6pm Monday through Friday and from 9am to 1pm on Saturday.

You can reach Mikes at 719-392-2835.

 

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Colorado Community Clinic has moved from its location next to the Dairy Queen on Hwy 85/87 to a new facility at 413 Security Blvd, across from the Fire Department.

The phone (719-390-3150) and fax (719-390-3176) remain the same.

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Attention bargain hunters and treasure seekers. Gospel Shelter for Women Thrift Store opened a new location at 6436 S. Hwy 85/87, behind Applebees in Fountain.

The store helps fund their residential program, aimed at getting homeless women back on their feet.

Gospel Shelter for Women has another location at 2441 E. Platte Avenue. Both stores feature clothes, furniture, electronics, housewares and more. You can support their efforts by shopping there and/or by donating your own excess inventory. The store is open from 9 am to 9pm Monday through Saturday and closed Sunday. The Fountain store can accept donation from 10:30am to 5:30pm. The store can be reached at 719-358-8732,

To learn more about the residential program, visit http://www.gospel-home-cs.org