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Common Signs You Need Dishwasher Repair in Lakewood, COUnusual Cooking Times

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Clean Dishes Are Cool to Touch After Removing: For dishes to be clean and germ-free, you need hot, soapy water for washing. The FDA recommends using water around 110 degrees Fahrenheit, which is uncomfortable for handwashing but perfect for dishwashing machines. If you find that your dishes are cold and clammy instead of hot and steamy when you remove them, your dishwasher might need a new heating coil.

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Dishwasher Isn't Draining: You'll know quickly if your dishwasher isn't draining properly because there will be a pool of water under your machine. If you're dealing with drainage problems, it could be due to a clogged drainage system or non-functioning pump.

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Leaky Dishwasher: As one of our most requested appliance repairer services, we help customers deal with leaky dishwashers all the time. This common problem can be caused by a damaged door gasket, leaky dishwasher tub, loose valve, or another issue.

Common Signs You Need Refrigerator Repair in Lakewood, CO

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Loud Humming and Vibrating Noises: Hearing vibrating and humming sounds from your fridge is not uncommon. In fact, these noises are a normal part of your refrigerator's operation. However, they shouldn't be very noisy at all. If you hear unusually loud knocking, humming, or vibrating, you could have a problem on your hands. Whether it's a faulty compressor or a blocked condenser fan, our team will diagnose the problem and get to work fixing your fridge.

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Spoiled Food: The whole point of putting your food in the refrigerator is so it doesn't spoil. So, if you notice your food spoiling prematurely, it's a good sign that you need appliance repair for your refrigerator. Because of the nature of these repairs, it's important to hire a licensed repair technician to find and correct the root cause of your problem.

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Water on Floor Underneath Fridge: If you spot standing water under your refrigerator, it's a big cause for concern. Not just for the health of your appliance, but for water leaking into your home. Usually, leaks are caused by trapped condensation due to clogged pipes or hoses. You'll need an experienced refrigerator repair tech to clear blockages and ultimately solve your leaking problem.

Common Signs You Need Oven or Stove Repair in Lakewood, CO

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Unusual Cooking Times: Are your grandma's time-tested recipes being burnt or undercooked? Have you had to change cooking times for your family's favorite meals? Unusual differences in cooking times are a telltale sign that your oven needs to be repaired by a professional.

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Oven Won't CloseElectrical Problems: It might seem minor on the surface, but when your oven door doesn't close, you can't cook your food properly. Chances are you need a licensed oven repair technician to refit or replace the hinges on your oven door, so you can get back to cooking.

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Electrical Problems: If you have an electric oven and notice that it cuts off during cooking or won't turn on at all, you might need oven repair. Like gas, electrical problems are best remedied by professionals, like those you'll find at Lakewood's Best Appliance Repair.

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Whatever appliance repair issue you need solving, there is no problem too big or small for our team to handle. There's a reason why we call ourselves Lakewood's Best Appliance Repair: because we offer the total package of quality service, fair prices, friendly customer service, and effective fixes. Unlike some appliance companies in Lakewood, we fix all major domestic and foreign brands with unbeatable deals and 100% customer satisfaction.

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Casa Bonita owners sue to keep “sensitive” renovation documents from being public

Original story:Seems it might be time for a reality TV show about Casa Bonita because drama around the iconic, cliff-diving, sopapilla-serving restaurant is heating up.On Monday, Casa Bonita’s owners filed a lawsuit against the City of Lakewood and several public agencies to keep “sensitive” documents related to its renovation from being released to the public.The lawsuit was filed by The Beautiful Opco, LLC, ...

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Seems it might be time for a reality TV show about Casa Bonita because drama around the iconic, cliff-diving, sopapilla-serving restaurant is heating up.

On Monday, Casa Bonita’s owners filed a lawsuit against the City of Lakewood and several public agencies to keep “sensitive” documents related to its renovation from being released to the public.

The lawsuit was filed by The Beautiful Opco, LLC, the company that purchased Casa Bonita out of bankruptcy from its previous owners, Summit Family Restaurants. Locals know the owners colloquially as Matt Stone and Trey Parker, creators of the venerable TV show “South Park,” which just celebrated its 25th anniversary with a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Stone and Parker recently told The Denver Post the Casa Bonita renovation has been like an episode of “Kitchen Nightmares” – “the very, very worst one you could possibly ever imagine,” Parker said.

The lawsuit, however, was filed following the publication of permitting documents, photos and construction plans procured by 9News using the Colorado Open Records Act, or CORA. The $12 million renovation calls for improvements and repairs to the diving pool, Black Bart’s Cave, seating areas, the kitchen, bathrooms and more, 9News reported.

Additionally, documents confirm what Stone and Parker told The Post about necessary infrastructure updates – “health and safety stuff, like so someone won’t die,” Stone said – including accessibility, HVAC, electrical and plumbing.

“Although the CORA Request is likely in furtherance of an innocent human interest news report, when TBO learned of the CORA Request, it had serious concerns about the release to the public of the sensitive Building Materials,” the lawsuit reads. “TBO, as owner of the Casa Bonita restaurant and tenant of the Casa Bonita building and therefore person in interest as to the CORA Request, seeks to protect from public disclosure its sensitive schematic and security information that is set for imminent public disclosure by Lakewood.”

The lawsuit continues: “Out of more than 800 pages of Building Materials, TBO seeks the protection of only a fraction of those materials. The Sensitive Materials contain the critical schematic and security information for Casa Bonita. This information, in the wrong hands, could be used by a person intent on doing mass harm in a public space.”

Stone and Parker could not immediately be reached for comment.

Locals are eagerly awaiting the reopening of Casa Bonita, which closed in 2020 due to the pandemic. The restaurant, known for its lackluster food and unique features like mariachi performers and rides, promised it would once again serve. However, in April 2021, its owners filed for bankruptcy.

Stone and Parker purchased the property for $3.1 million in September last year and brought on James Beard Award-nominated chef Dana Rodriguez to lead the kitchen with aspirations to “change nothing and improve everything,” Rodriguez told The Post at the time.

Originally, the owners were targeting a late-2022 reopening, but Stone and Parker said recently they are no closer to figuring out when Casa Bonita may make its re-debut.

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Dad was John Elway’s backup. Mom was a model from Lakewood. Meet CSU Rams QB Clay Millen, who took scenic route to Fort Collins.

Dad was John Elway’s backup. Mom’s a model from Lakewood. His parents met at a bar in Aurora. Grandpa lives in Evergreen.“And you know our dog is named ‘Denver,’ right?” former Broncos quarterback Hugh Millen, father of CSU quarterback Clay Millen and Elway’s understudy in 1994 and ’95, offered with a laugh.“He’s basically a beagle with a little pug in him. And he got the name Denver from the kids. There was no debate. In five seconds, they said, ‘We’ve got...

Dad was John Elway’s backup. Mom’s a model from Lakewood. His parents met at a bar in Aurora. Grandpa lives in Evergreen.

“And you know our dog is named ‘Denver,’ right?” former Broncos quarterback Hugh Millen, father of CSU quarterback Clay Millen and Elway’s understudy in 1994 and ’95, offered with a laugh.

“He’s basically a beagle with a little pug in him. And he got the name Denver from the kids. There was no debate. In five seconds, they said, ‘We’ve got to name the dog Denver, because of all the cousins in the family and affinity to Denver.’”

Clay Millen grew up in Seattle, the son of a Washington Huskies great, one of those Pac-12 quarterbacking legacies. But the kid’s heart was always a mile high, a love affair built up from years of holiday visits.

“His (closet) was half-and-half,” Millen’s mother, Michele, said. “He and his brother had Broncos jerseys, but they also had Seahawks jerseys, because they grew up (in the Northwest).”

It gets better. Take your index finger and your thumb. Put them an inch apart. That’s how close the likely new starting quarterback at CSU was to suiting up for … the Buffs.

“It’s actually crazy, because (CU) was one of my final schools towards the end,” said the younger Millen, a redshirt freshman transfer from Nevada and the Rams’ likely starter to open The Jay Norvell Era.

“And even after I’d decommitted (from Arizona), I honestly thought that’s where I was going to end up.

“I thought CU (was) the place. You had my family down there. I felt good about the staff. And then Nevada kind of at the end of the (process) came in and the coaches, they sold me. And that flipped my decision.”

“I’m excited to be here”

Destiny didn’t so much push Clay Millen to the Front Range so much as nudge him, silently and constantly. The way a puppy nudges a meatball before swallowing it whole.

“I’ve probably got at least 10 family members down here,” the new Rams quarterback said, referring to a slew of aunts, uncles and cousins on his mom’s side. “So they’re super happy. They all went to the (CSU) spring game and got to watch me and they were excited for that. They’re all super-excited to see me here. And I’m excited to be here with them, too.”

Not half as excited as Rams fans, who’ve already started to fall in love with the little clips and snippets they’ve seen of the cannon masquerading as the younger Millen’s right arm.

Tapped by 247Sports as a four-star prospect and the No. 23 quarterback nationally in the Class of 2021, Clay Millen entered FoCo’s orbit with two big factors on his side: First, a blue-chip pedigree at quarterback, the perfect blend of nature and nurture. Second, a familiarity with new coach Jay Norvell’s Air Raid playbook, having spent a season learning the system as a backup to then-Nevada signal-caller Carson Strong, the 2021 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year. The latter threw for 36 touchdowns — four of them coming against the Rams in Fort Collins last November — and 4,175 yards last fall.

Because of his experience in Reno, Millen turned up at CSU ready to hit the ground running. Or rather, throwing. His connections during spring ball with fellow Wolf Pack transfer and new Rams wideout Tory Horton came off, at times, as almost telepathic.

“We’ve both got the same passion for football,” Horton chuckled. “But I’ve got more swag than Clay.”

“She’s not into that dude”

If Clay Millen’s tale reads like a superhero origin story, then ex-Broncos punter Tom Rouen is the planet Krypton. Or the radioactive spider. The one who sets things in motion.

Only instead of a long time ago or a galaxy far, far away, the whole Clay narrative actually starts here, roughly 27 years earlier, at the Stampede bar in Aurora — a watering hole that some Broncos players were known to frequent.

Michele, an alum of Alameda High School, was hanging there with friends and her then-boyfriend when she first met Hugh. At least, that’s how Hugh remembers it.

“I made this conclusion: She’s really sweet, but she’s not into that dude,” the elder Millen recalled with a chuckle.

Hugh, at this point, was very into Michele, who modeled for the same agency as Rouen’s girlfriend at the time. Since that was his “in,” Millen would occasionally query his teammate, on the sly, how things were going with Michele and her dude of the moment.

“I couldn’t DM her or anything,” the former Broncos quarterback laughed. “So now Tom becomes the catalyst. And I keep asking, ‘Hey, what’s up with Michele?’ And then somehow I heard that (Michele) got engaged, and I’m like, ‘No way, no way.’ And I said (to Rouen), ‘You must have (your girlfriend) call her. She’s not into that dude. I can tell.’

“Well, sure enough (his girlfriend) calls, and (Michele was) like, ‘No, I never got engaged.’ So that was an urban myth. And then (the two of them) set us up.”

The rest, as they say, is history. Hugh appeared in eight games for the Broncos from 1994-95, starting two, and came off the bench to steward a game-winning overtime drive against the Chiefs in Kansas City on Dec. 4, 1994.

“I absolutely loved Denver and I loved my time with the Broncos,” said Millen, who would have two boys with Michele; elder son Cale recently transferred from Northern Arizona to UConn. “Backing up John Elway was just a great thrill … it was awesome. I wish I could have stayed forever there.”

“It’s like the Beatles”

Clay Millen took the scenic route to Canvas Stadium. And by scenic, we mean from Snoqualmie, Wash., to Tucson (almost) to Boulder (also almost) via Reno to FoCo.

If Rams fans want to thank Rouen for setting the Millens up, they can toss a second benediction toward Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke, who fired former football coach Kevin Sumlin after an 0-5 mark in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.

Millen had forged a strong relationship with Sumlin’s right-hand man, then-Wildcats offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone, who was the Rams’ old quarterbacks and wide receivers coach under Leon Fuller from 1982-86. After throwing for 34 touchdowns as a junior in 2019 and another six in just two games as a senior in 2020, the younger Millen was looking forward to chucking-and-ducking with the ‘Cats under Mazzone and Sumlin. But when both were shown the door, Millen decommitted from a future in the desert.

The first choice for a Plan B was CU, which had made inroads with the Millen camp during the spring and summer of 2020 under then-QB coach Danny Langsdorf and former offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini. After a two-hour-long Zoom meeting whet his appetite, the Millens flew out to Boulder to take an in-person visit, even though the facilities were closed due to the pandemic and they could only interact with coaches virtually during their visit.

Michele was so convinced, in hindsight, that Clay was joining the Buffs that she’d started buying CU gear online.

“(And) Matt Mumme kind of snuck in,” Hugh Millen said of CSU’s current offensive coordinator, the son of Air Raid progenitor Hal Mumme. “And (he’d) said, ‘Hey, how would you like to throw for a bunch of yards and a bunch of touchdowns?’”

Norvell, Mumme and the Wolf Pack weren’t top-of-mind, at first. Until Clay and Hugh did their homework.

“The deciding factor was probably the Air Raid (system),” the elder Millen recalled. “And in particular, the success Carson Strong had …

“With Clay growing up in Seattle, with Mike Leach at Washington State, you’d see a lot of Wazzu football and the Leach (offense) and the Cougars were really prolific throwing the ball. Well, if you do a little digging, it’s like the Beatles — every time you look at a song, it’s always (credited to) Lennon-McCartney, right? Well, if you know the history of (Leach’s Air Raid), it’s the (Hal) Mumme system. And (Clay’s) doing some research and he’s going, ‘Wait a minute, we’re at the ground zero of the Air Raid with Matt Mumme.’”

Only the family ties didn’t end there. Jim Mora Jr. was Hugh’s roommate at the University of Washington. When the elder Millen was doing his research on Norvell, the younger Mora suggested he ring up his father, Jim Mora Sr., who’d had the future CSU coach on his staff with the Colts from 1998-2001.

The snowball started rolling downhill from there. Mora Sr. vouched for Norvell, who then touched base with Hugh.

“And I swear, we talked for like three-and-a-half hours,” Norvell laughed. “It was by far the longest recruiting call I’ve ever been on.”

In hindsight, though, it was worth every last second.

“We talked about everything from scheme to philosophy,” Norvell said, “and how we feel about working with our QBs and the passing game to how you like to call a game, all those types of things. I think that conversation, with Jim Mora Sr.’s blessing, had a lot to do with us getting Clay.”

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How One Home Care Provider Is Altering Its Client Payment Structure

The home care provider Pop-in Care has introduced a new pricing structure that will give discounts to families for its in-home care services.The company already operates with a model based on short visits without minimum hourly or weekly time or visitation requirements. With that model in place, the new pricing structure will incentivize families and patients to pre-purchase the number of hours that can be used over the course of a month, starting from the date of purchase, according to the company.The prepayment structure is s...

The home care provider Pop-in Care has introduced a new pricing structure that will give discounts to families for its in-home care services.

The company already operates with a model based on short visits without minimum hourly or weekly time or visitation requirements. With that model in place, the new pricing structure will incentivize families and patients to pre-purchase the number of hours that can be used over the course of a month, starting from the date of purchase, according to the company.

The prepayment structure is set up to give families that only need minimum care services – as opposed to regimented and constant care – flexibility.

Pop-in Care believes the new payment structure will be easier for seniors who need help with personal hygiene, meal prep, companionship and similar services.

The discount is also supposed to make it easier for families that have loved ones transitioning from independent living situations to needing minimal or part-time care before needing full at-home care services.

In April, the California-based senior care company Parentis Health acquired Pop-in Care. For Parentis, the deal presented an opportunity to ensure the company was filling potential gaps in the care continuum.

“After acquiring Pop-in Care, we started looking for ways to fulfill needs for clients who want just a small amount of support with no minimums, at an even more affordable price point,” Parentis Health CEO and co-founder Tarek A. El Nabli said in a press release. “This new pricing structure is the result of always keeping the client’s best interests in mind.”

El Nabli started Parentis in 2003 and was motivated by the struggles he experienced in securing quality care for his own mother. Before starting his own company, he was an executive in the insurance and financial planning industries.

After starting with a small number of residential care facilities, Parentis began offering home health, hospice, home care and non-emergency medical transportation services in 2014.

At the time Parentis acquired Pop-in Care, Masha V. Petrova — chief marketing officer for Parentis Health — told Hospice News that the move extended the parent company’s service offerings to “deliver a more comprehensive experience to our clients and patients.”

Pop-in Care serves mainly Southern California in Orange County, Long Beach, Lakewood, Cerritos, Artesia, Norwalk and La Mirada. Aside from offering in-home care services, it’s also an approved vendor for several long-term care insurance companies.

Metros where people in St. Louis are getting new jobs

(STACKER) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly shifted the job market in cities and towns across the country. Millions of layoffs in early 2020 forced workers to search elsewhere for jobs. Record numbers of workers have quit their jobs in the past year in favor of new pursuits in different locales. And concerns over virus spread in population-dense areas also inspired many to leave urban areas, and their jobs, in favor of rural ones.Emerging job markets in places like Austin, Texas, Nashville, Tennessee, and Salt Lake City reflect ...

(STACKER) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly shifted the job market in cities and towns across the country. Millions of layoffs in early 2020 forced workers to search elsewhere for jobs. Record numbers of workers have quit their jobs in the past year in favor of new pursuits in different locales. And concerns over virus spread in population-dense areas also inspired many to leave urban areas, and their jobs, in favor of rural ones.

Emerging job markets in places like Austin, Texas, Nashville, Tennessee, and Salt Lake City reflect cultural shifts in what workers are looking for in their jobs and their places of residence: year-round warmth that makes outdoor activities easy, lower income taxes, and tech-focused employers.

Stacker compiled a list of metros where the most people from St. Louis, MO-IL found new jobs using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Jobs-to-Jobs Flows. Metros are ranked by the number of people that started a new job from St. Louis, MO-IL in the first quarter of 2021.

#30. Kankakee, IL

- Started a new job in Kankakee, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 62--- 0.5% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Kankakee, IL in Q1 2021: 29--- #2 most common destination from Kankakee, IL- Net job flow: 33 to Kankakee, IL

#29. Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL

- Started a new job in Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 67--- 0.6% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL in Q1 2021: 71--- #9 most common destination from Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL- Net job flow: 4 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#28. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI

- Started a new job in Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 73--- 0.6% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI in Q1 2021: 117--- #29 most common destination from Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI- Net job flow: 44 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#27. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA

- Started a new job in Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 78--- 0.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA in Q1 2021: 86--- #38 most common destination from Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA- Net job flow: 8 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#26. San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA

- Started a new job in San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 80--- 0.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA in Q1 2021: 54--- #35 (tie) most common destination from San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA- Net job flow: 26 to San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA

#25. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL

- Started a new job in Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 81--- 0.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL in Q1 2021: 67--- #45 most common destination from Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL- Net job flow: 14 to Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL

#24. Decatur, IL

- Started a new job in Decatur, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 84--- 0.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Decatur, IL in Q1 2021: 96--- #4 most common destination from Decatur, IL- Net job flow: 12 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#23. Rockford, IL

- Started a new job in Rockford, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 89--- 0.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Rockford, IL in Q1 2021: 112--- #4 most common destination from Rockford, IL- Net job flow: 23 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#22. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV

- Started a new job in Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 91--- 0.8% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV in Q1 2021: 120--- #46 (tie) most common destination from Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV- Net job flow: 29 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#21. Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN

- Started a new job in Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 104--- 0.9% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN in Q1 2021: 97--- #30 most common destination from Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN- Net job flow: 7 to Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN

#20. Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN

- Started a new job in Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 108--- 0.9% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN in Q1 2021: 105--- #23 most common destination from Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN- Net job flow: 3 to Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN

#19. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX

- Started a new job in Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 112--- 0.9% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX in Q1 2021: 155--- #55 (tie) most common destination from Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX- Net job flow: 43 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#18. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

- Started a new job in Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 112--- 0.9% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA in Q1 2021: 137--- #49 most common destination from Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA- Net job flow: 25 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#17. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL

- Started a new job in Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 126--- 1.1% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL in Q1 2021: 73--- #41 most common destination from Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL- Net job flow: 53 to Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL

#16. New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA

- Started a new job in New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 129--- 1.1% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA in Q1 2021: 169--- #53 most common destination from New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA- Net job flow: 40 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#15. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO

- Started a new job in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 136--- 1.1% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO in Q1 2021: 99--- #26 most common destination from Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO- Net job flow: 37 to Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO

#14. Bloomington, IL

- Started a new job in Bloomington, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 139--- 1.2% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Bloomington, IL in Q1 2021: 115--- #4 most common destination from Bloomington, IL- Net job flow: 24 to Bloomington, IL

#13. Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ

- Started a new job in Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 148--- 1.2% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ in Q1 2021: 124--- #34 most common destination from Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ- Net job flow: 24 to Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ

#12. Champaign-Urbana, IL

- Started a new job in Champaign-Urbana, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 184--- 1.5% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Champaign-Urbana, IL in Q1 2021: 160--- #2 most common destination from Champaign-Urbana, IL- Net job flow: 24 to Champaign-Urbana, IL

#11. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA

- Started a new job in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 189--- 1.6% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA in Q1 2021: 141--- #41 most common destination from Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA- Net job flow: 48 to Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA

#10. Peoria, IL

- Started a new job in Peoria, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 260--- 2.2% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Peoria, IL in Q1 2021: 271--- #2 most common destination from Peoria, IL- Net job flow: 11 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#9. Joplin, MO

- Started a new job in Joplin, MO from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 270--- 2.3% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Joplin, MO in Q1 2021: 306--- #2 most common destination from Joplin, MO- Net job flow: 36 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#8. Carbondale-Marion, IL

- Started a new job in Carbondale-Marion, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 326--- 2.7% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Carbondale-Marion, IL in Q1 2021: 343--- #2 most common destination from Carbondale-Marion, IL- Net job flow: 17 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#7. Springfield, IL

- Started a new job in Springfield, IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 358--- 3.0% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Springfield, IL in Q1 2021: 345--- #2 most common destination from Springfield, IL- Net job flow: 13 to Springfield, IL

#6. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

- Started a new job in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 395--- 3.3% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX in Q1 2021: 354--- #33 most common destination from Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX- Net job flow: 41 to Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

#5. Cape Girardeau, MO-IL

- Started a new job in Cape Girardeau, MO-IL from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 405--- 3.4% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Cape Girardeau, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 425--- #1 most common destination from Cape Girardeau, MO-IL- Net job flow: 20 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#4. Jefferson City, MO

- Started a new job in Jefferson City, MO from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 542--- 4.5% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Jefferson City, MO in Q1 2021: 520--- #1 most common destination from Jefferson City, MO- Net job flow: 22 to Jefferson City, MO

#3. Columbia, MO

- Started a new job in Columbia, MO from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 827--- 6.9% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Columbia, MO in Q1 2021: 699--- #0 most common destination from Columbia, MO- Net job flow: 128 to Columbia, MO

#2. Springfield, MO

- Started a new job in Springfield, MO from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 1,005--- 8.4% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Springfield, MO in Q1 2021: 1,015--- #1 most common destination from Springfield, MO- Net job flow: 10 to St. Louis, MO-IL

#1. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

- Started a new job in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI from St. Louis, MO-IL in Q1 2021: 2,887--- 24.1% of total new out-of-metro jobs- Started a new job in St. Louis, MO-IL from Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI in Q1 2021: 2,589--- #1 most common destination from Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI- Net job flow: 298 to Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

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Sturtevant’s Annual SkiBonkers Event Ignites Winter Stoke

LAKEWOOD, Colo., Aug. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sturtevants, part of the Christy Sports LLC family of brands and the premier outdoor retailer helping people #stepoutside in the Pacific Northwest, today announces the dates and full details of their annual SkiBonkers sale event. SkiBonkers will kick of...

LAKEWOOD, Colo., Aug. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sturtevants, part of the Christy Sports LLC family of brands and the premier outdoor retailer helping people #stepoutside in the Pacific Northwest, today announces the dates and full details of their annual SkiBonkers sale event. SkiBonkers will kick off on Friday, Sept. 2nd at 10 a.m. and run through Sept. 11, 2022. The event will take place at the Sturtevant’s in Bellevue, Washington and online at sturtevants.com.

SkiBonkers is the much-anticipated kickoff to the winter sports season with deep discounts on the previous season’s products. Customers can find incredible deals on top-of-the-line gear and stock up on all of the winter essentials at up to 60 percent off. Christy Sports LLC has spent the summer gathering inventory from their 60+ retail stores across Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Montana and Washington and consolidating all of it at a few key locations for these epic preseason sale events. Previous season models of skis, snowboards, boots, jackets, pants, helmets and accessories from trusted brands like Nordica, Rossignol, Salomon, Obermeyer and Spyder will be marked down and available in store and online.

“SkiBonkers is the ideal time to get everyone geared up for the winter season. The discounts cannot be matched and we have our top experts on hand throughout the event providing best in class service, advice and hands-on fitting,” said Tracy Gibbons, Category Merchandise Manager of Sturtevant’s. “We live for SkiBonkers and the season it ushers in. From the moment the event kicks off we are in winter mode and excited to help get all ages and abilities out on the slopes.”

Dating back to 1978, SkiBonkers is now the only major preseason sale event of its kind in the PWN, and one of only a few across the country. Christy Sports LLC is honored to continue this long-standing tradition at Sturtevant’s to get outdoor enthusiasts stoked for the winter season and make the highest quality gear affordable for all.

“SkiBonkers is an annual tradition which we are dedicated to carrying on for so many good reasons. It always gets the entire outdoor community stoked for the winter season and allows us to make room for the newest gear in our stores, but most importantly we want to make winter sports more accessible,” said Matt Gold, CEO of Christy Sports LLC. “The SkiBonkers sale provides consumers across the country an affordable entry point to high quality ski and snowboard gear and helps them #stepoutside.”

Representatives from Ikon, Crystal, Summit at Snoqualmie, Sun Peaks, Mission Ridge and Big White will be onsite at the SkiBonkers event, furthering opportunities for snow lovers to get out on the slopes.

Christy Sports LLC is committed to giving back and creating a positive impact on the people, communities and environment surrounding us. Throughout the SkiBonkers event, Sturtevant’s will be asking guests to partner in taking meaningful action against climate change and saving our winters by offering an opportunity to donate to Protect Our Winters (POW) at the event location in Bellevue.

The kickoff of SkiBonkers also gives Sturtevant’s customers the chance to reserve their season ski and snowboard rentals. Season rental packages start at just $189 for kids and $329 for adults and sell out every season, so this is an incredible opportunity to secure your rental equipment early.

For more information on Sturtevant’s SkiBonkers including hours and access to VIP savings, visit https://www.sturtevants.com/pages/skibonkers

ABOUT CHRISTY SPORTS LLC At Christy Sports, we help people #stepoutside - outside the predictable and expected walls of their comfort zone, and into a never-ending journey of progression. Driven by our unmatched passion for the outdoors, we are always advancing and creating new opportunities for even more people to #stepoutside. In-store and online, within our industry, and within the communities we serve, we bring a spirit of innovation to every aspect of what we do. We were founded in Colorado in 1958, but we’ve been chasing adventure for much longer. Skiing and snowboarding aren’t just a job for us, it’s a lifestyle. No matter your level, we strive to give you the best experience possible and invite you to #stepoutside with us. Because when we step outside together, we step forward.

Headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado, Christy Sports LLC is one of the leading outdoor specialty retailers in the nation with more than 60 locations in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Washington, and Montana. In addition to offering a broad selection of retail merchandise in its stores and e-commerce sites, Christy Sports is a leading provider of Rental and Equipment Services. During the spring and summer seasons, the Company operates highly professional outdoor businesses including Patio Furniture, Hiking, Cycling, Watersports and Tennis to further inspire and enable Christy Sports guests’ healthy lifestyles, and to leverage its operational infrastructure and passionate employee base.

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