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April 6, 2010

ColoradoBiz Update

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Today in ColoradoBiz Update

Executive wheels: Lincoln hits a homer with power and elegance

If you consider the Mercedes E Class, the Jaguar XF, the Audi 6 and the BMW 5, it would be hard to pick between the Mercedes E350 and the Lincoln MKS -- and those others would drop off the list. By Jeff Rundles

On management: "I want to be a lion!"

If we want to be successful in business, we must see ourselves with the strengths to achieve our goals. It's how to succeed in our jungle. By Pat Wiesner

Small biz owners: protect your investment!

Forward-thinking small business owners may properly manage their risks to increase the likelihood that their business will survive and thrive, but many new entrepreneurs need help. By Bob Checkosky

The economy's picking up steam

Many are wondering about the future of the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy. We believe eventually the Fed will start to raise interest rates, and here are some items to think about before that occurs. By Bill Greiner

Watch Mike Cote's interview with Bill. 

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    Hot Biz Deals 

    • Willowfly Anglers, an ORVIS-endorsed fly fishing outfitter based at Three Rivers Resort in Almont, has teamed up with the resort to offer three great packages. Enjoy some great spring fishing and a discount on all-day guided fly fishing trips from now until May 15 when staying two nights or more. Lodging will be discounted with nightly rates from $52. Call (888) 761-FISH for the details or visit or
    • Tour the sustainable restaurant scene in Denver this April during the Green Route Restaurant Tour! Each participating restaurant is a member of Denver's Green Route, a green map for the City of Denver All tours are complimentary and will feature special appetizer and drink specials and the opportunity to meet with the owners and chefs. Please visit to print your tour pass.
    • SPRING DEALS! Telluride Resort Lodging is now offering half off select available lodging for the rest of this ski season. Rates now starting as low as $107 per night. Some restrictions may apply. Offer valid for new reservations only. Minimum night stay required. Go to, or call 800.778.8581. Discover why Telluride skiing is unmatched in North America!
    • Hit the links at the Broadmoor! Its 5-star Golf Getaway includes accommodations, full breakfast, one round of golf including cart, locker, club storage and range balls for $233 per person per night based on double occupancy. Plus earn resort credit from $75 to $300 depending on length of stay. Through April 30.