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We’ve had an account with CSBJ for over 25 years.

It helps with name recognition for us in the community.

They cover local stuff better than other local papers and they’ve got a good handle on the politics of the city.

Andrea Barker, HB&A Architects

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We receive a great deal of name awareness from the event and the staff of the CSBJ is very good at adding value to our sponsorship.

The CSBJ is about business and the issues they cover are items that everyone is talking about.

Hank Colvert, Colvert Group at UBS

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They put our name out there in the local business community.

Tom gives us good ideas when it comes to creating ads. Exceptional customer service; it all comes back to that.

Janine Eldridge, Spectrum Rehabilitation

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My boss enjoys the CSBJ hard copy. I like the daily emails and get my local business news from these.

I enjoy being able to go through and hit the headlines quickly. If I want to read more about something it doesn’t take too much time out of my day to click on that link and read a little bit more.

Nathan Giffin, Nathan Giffin, Rhino Office Products

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I’ve been receiving the CSBJ for as long as I can remember and it’s a good source of information for me.

Like the variety of information that’s in there; what’s going on with the young professionals and the highlights on different people in our community.

It covers health care, which is important to me, and also other things that are happening within the city.

Steve Schaefer, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Colorado Springs

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As a long time subscriber, the CSBJ is informative for our organization and they do a very good job of covering topical items with the breaking news blasts.

We attended the Best of Reception hosted by CSBJ and enjoyed the opportunity to socialize with other members of the business community. The combination of a great cross-section of the business community and an interesting venue was a win.

BJ Hybl, Griffis/Blessing

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I have been a reader of the Business Journal since it started.

Their ads are affordable for a small local business.

Cari Shaffer, ADD Staff

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CSBJ provides very relevant local business news for our industry and insightful commentary on the southern Colorado market.

CSBJ helps me know what our clients and competitors are doing locally.

Dirk Draper, CH2M Hill

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Love the daily emails; they tell me what is going on.

There’s a more comprehensive view, I think it’s a very different view than other local papers.

It’s called the Colorado Springs Business Journal for a reason in that it’s focusing on what’s going on locally for us in the business community.

Janna Hoiberg, ActionCoach

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I enjoy the content, seeing familiar faces of people I know, and learning about what’s going on in town. I get the updates online and read the paper version every week and I like that it’s not too big or too small.

We advertise with the CSBJ because of the targeted business audience.

Jennifer Taylor, Bryan Construction

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We advertise in the CSBJ to increase awareness of our organization and the importance of early childhood education in the business community. CSBJ readers are a good cross section of people who are interested in knowing more about what’s going on in the business community, and CSBJ does a good job of covering nonprofits.

I’m always impressed with the number of people who respond and say congratulations whenever a new staff person or achievement is announced in CSBJ.

I enjoy reading “People on the Move” because it helps me keep up to date on who is where in the community. The editorials and guest columnists are quite interesting and I like John Hazlehurst’s column a lot.

The events that I typically go to are ones that are recognizing people within the community. It’s good for networking and for getting to know some of the people that are being recognized.

Noreen Landis-Tyson, Community Partnership For Child Development

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I go online every day and check out the CSBJ website because it’s got all the headlines that I’m looking for. It’s great up to date information and it’s my number one source for local business news.

We’ve been running ads in CSBJ for three years and have been getting very positive feedback from people.

Our number one reason for advertising with CSBJ is that it reaches business people and presents a professional image.

Tom Grinewich has helped us in designing some print ads. Tom understood what our business was and listened to the type of target markets that we were pursuing and helped us target them. We give him a lot of credit for his professional guidance. We’ve had a good partnership with CSBJ.

Randy Geving, Six and Geving

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Jen Furda, Ralph Routon, and John Hazlehurst are very respected individuals and are extremely well connected in our community. They’ve got their pulse on what’s happening and are very inclusive about willing to take on new ideas.
I like the CSBJ’s willingness to reach out, and the diversity in their articles.
The in-depth and personal interviews give a really good perspective of who’s thinking what.
I love the guest columns, Matt Bear does a fabulous job, and of course Hazlehurst is fun.
I like the broad spectrum of the CSBJ and it’s always sitting on my desk.

Renee Zentz, Housing & Building Association

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I often go to the online version because I think that the comments below the article are just as important as the article, so I can see the reaction of the business community.

I love reading John Hazlehurst and usually read his posts first.

I also enjoy the section that shows who has moved to new jobs, along with the events calendar because I use it for the radio show all the time.

Robin Roberts, Pikes Peak National Bank

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I like reading John Hazlehurst, as I find his writing to be topical and thought provoking.

It’s useful to find out what’s going on in Colorado Springs area, including executive announcements and business meetings.

It’s important to have a publication that focuses on the business community and I look forward to reading it.

Rosanne Gain, Gain-Stovall, Inc.

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CSBJ helps me feel like I’ve got my finger on the pulse in town.

I like ‘People on the Move’, ‘Corporate Listings’ and the paper version because I can leave it on my conference table.

Terry Doherty, Doherty Law Firm PC

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Started my subscription about a year ago and have found it very beneficial in all things community and business oriented.

CSBJ gives a good understanding of local key business people. They really hone in on who the key market makers are in the community.

Gives me a good insight into the community, from what’s going on, to key things happening locally.

It has good factual key articles that are non-biased and business-focused.

Jon Furda, Engineered Investments

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