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Colorado business briefs

Oct. 10, 2011

  Sheridan Ross, the oldest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region, has opened a Colorado Springs office at 24 S. Weber St. The office is led by Scott Hawranek.

  The City of Brighton has been awarded a 2011 Starburst Community Award by the Colorado Lottery for its use of lottery dollars to complete the Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park.

  Boulder-based Organic Vintners announced a new distributor for the Colorado market. Elite Brands was named the official wholesale distribution company to represent Organic Vintners’ wine portfolio.

  Greenco Financial Inc. Mortgage Bankers of Boulder, has joined Guaranteed Rate Inc., a Chicago-based mortgage broker.

  Mason Street Flats, Fort Collins’ newest for-rent residential project is now pre-leasing for spring 2012 occupancy. The complex is at the northwest corner of Maple and Mason streets.

  Rockies Counseling Center, which is affiliated with the University of the Rockies in Colorado Springs, has added the Neurological Assessment Battery to its list of psychological services. The NAB is a series of tests that can provide physicians, caregivers and other clinicians with an overview of patient skills, including memory, brain functioning, attention, language and spatial judgments.

  Denver area Panera Bread stores will be donating 10 cents for each Pink Ribbon Bagel sold during the month of October to benefit Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance. Additionally, $1 will be donated for each Power of Pink Baker’s Dozen sold.

  Denver’s top chefs dish it out at “Plates for the Peak”, a fundraiser benefiting the youth and programs of Urban Peak, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 17, at Vesta Dipping Grill – 1822 Blake St. For more information, go to

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