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Aug
18

When They’re Happy, You’re Happy: Equipping Your Team

   A unified team is the foundation of your operations; without a communicative and smoothly functioning atmosphere it is difficult to achieve optimal results. Strong leadership is an important piece of the puzzle, but other facets are often overlooked, including increased collaboration and intrateam communication. When it comes to achiev...
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Jul
01

What are the "Most Searched" Beers in Each State?

Fourth of July weekend is coming up in the United States, which means a weekend full of cookouts, fireworks, and cold beer. With beer being one of the largest industries in America, sometimes it can be hard to choose which brand to pick up off the shelf. One food magazine, Eat This, Not That!, used data pulled from Google Trends to help aid in your...
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May
03

Hiking and Mapping the Manitou Springs Incline

While less than 1 mile (1.42 km) in length, the Manitou Springs Incline is not for the faint of heart. Originally built for cable cars used to carry materials during the construction of Pikes Peak pipelines, the Incline was a tourist attraction until 1990. Thereafter, the cable cars were disassembled, and soon the Incline grew in popularity as a hiking trail and fitness challenge.

The bottom of the Manitou Springs Incline. Approximately 2,744 railroad ties <br />make up the steps to get from this location to the summit.

The Incline’s average grade is 41% (68% at its steepest) over a 2,000 foot (610 meter) elevation gain. The trail consists of uneven stairs made with roughly 2,744 railroad ties. The Incline is a mecca for exercise enthusiasts and anyone desiring a challenge.

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