FDA Announces Anti-Smoking Campaign

FDA Announces Anti-Smoking Campaign

  The FDA has recently announced an anti smoking education campaign they will be using to target large rural counties in 28 states. The campaign is aiming to encourage adult smokers to quit the habit. The FDA will be placing ads in and round convenience stores/gas station that include a message of support and the […]

Payment Trends for 2018

Payment Trends for 2018

  While it may be true that the U.S. is a leader in the modern consumer-facing technology, the way that consumers pay for an item is making a large change across the world. Euromonitor International, a strategic marketing research firm, employee Michelle Evans looked at three different trends that will change how we make a […]

Fort Collins Christmas Light Displays

Fort Collins Christmas Light Displays

It’s beginning to a lot like Christmas. Well…. sort of. While we may not have any snow on the ground to add to our Christmas spirits, there is one thing we do have plenty of and we love it – Christmas lights! Annual displays such as the Downtown Fort Collins street lights have been lighting […]

Remaining Productive Throughout the Day

Remaining Productive Throughout the Day

Doesn’t it feel amazing when your able to get so much done in one day? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case whether it be from tiredness, a lack of resources or the fact that there is just too much to get done in a day. How do you fight these variables when trying to be […]

Hughes Stadium – What do FoCo Residents Want?

Hughes Stadium – What do FoCo Residents Want?

  As Colorado State University begins the redevelopment process for Hughes Stadium,¬†feedback from about 700 residents is split over whether it should be used for housing, open space or a performance venue. The feedback is just the first stage of determining the future of Hughes Stadium, the former football venue at the base of the […]

New in Colorado Skiing 2017-2018

New in Colorado Skiing 2017-2018

  Skiing season for all Colorado mountains and resorts is almost among us. While a few have already opened, there are still a few that remain to open their doors for the new skiing/snowboarding season. A popular and growing sport, more and more resorts are trying to create more additions to accomodate their customers. There […]

Stores and Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving

Stores and Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving

  Only three days away, the ultimate Turkey Day feast is almost upon us. It is a day filled with fun, family, friends, football and, ultimately, food that is likely to send us into that 4:00 in the afternoon nap. If you’re anything like the majority of families on Thanksgiving, something is bound to go […]

Thanksgiving/Black Friday Guide

Thanksgiving/Black Friday Guide

  It’s about that time of year! No matter where or when you shop, Thursday will kick the sprint toward the holidays off! Some of you may go shopping before even serving the turkey on Thanksgiving or very early Friday morning. Others may want to head into Old Town the following Saturday for the Small […]

Denver Hyperloop Testing

Denver Hyperloop Testing

  Due to a new partnership between Colorado officials and an LA hyperloop company, drivers in Colorado could be the first in the country to escape traffic. Brogan BamBrogan, founder of company Arrivo, joined transportation official leaders of Colorado on Tuesday. It was announced in Denver that a partnership was formed in order to create […]