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Biz Buzz, Oct. 17, 2010

By Staff

There are some money-makers in Grand Junction, and Colorado Business Magazine’s latest ranking of the state’s top 250 private companies proves it. Four Grand Junction businesses were listed in the ranking. Two made the top ...


Retailers push holiday items earlier every year

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Like campaign season or the first day of school, each year it seems to arrive earlier and earlier: the sight of holiday decor in retail shops. Plastic Christmas trees, ornaments in every color and miniature Santas, Rudolphs and Frostys crop ...

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Winter break: Gateway Canyons scales back more than past years

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Gateway Canyons Resort’s annual scaling back of services and hours for the winter will extend further this year, as resort officials adjust to the sluggish economy and a drop in tourist traffic. The Gateway Auto Museum and the Adventure ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 10, 2010

By Staff

Andy’s Liquor Mart, 922 N. First St., is in the final weeks of an expansion project that will double the shop’s floor space to roughly 2,800 square feet, according to store manager Cindy Axelsen. Expansion that began this past ...

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Online LEGO distributor gets retail license for Grand Junction storefront

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It took four years for the eBricksOnline Outlet Store, a global distributor of LEGO pieces, to receive a license from the LEGO corporation in Billund, Denmark, to sell kits directly from its store at 539 N. First St. “Getting licensed ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

The Rocky Mountain Pub has undergone a transformation. Hired Aug. 12 as manager, Johny Wrong has spent the past weeks changing the 539 Colorado Ave., establishment into a live music venue where people feel comfortable ordering drinks, shooting ...

Subway shop in airport to rebound from rocky start, manager says

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Subway Cafe lost $14,000 in its first three months of operation at Grand Junction Regional Airport, but airport officials expect the eatery to turn a profit regularly as soon as employee turnover rate settles down. Between June 1 and Aug. 31, ...

Ross Reels U.S.A. bought by 3M

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Ross Reels U.S.A./Ross World Wide Outdoors of Montrose, a 37-year outdoor sporting goods company, was bought by the 3M corporation Thursday morning in a deal whose details remain unclear. Ross Reels employs 30 workers at its ...

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Over the Edge, under dynamic duo

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Over the Edge Sports has become much more than a bike shop. The Fruita business that opened in 1995 on the corner of East Aspen Avenue and Mulberry Street has become world-renowned through advertisements and mountain biking photos splashed ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 26, 2010

By Staff

Angelo’s Pottery Painting & Glass Fusing recently moved a couple hundred yards down the street to the Patterson Village Square shopping center, 2478 Patterson Road. The short move, completed over Labor Day weekend, will be long on ...

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