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 September 1, 1999

5 new staffers join Business Report in advertising, editorial, design jobs

BOULDER — Five new employees have joined The Boulder County Business.

“All four of these key employees bring top-notch experience to help us launch our new bi-weekly publishing schedule in October and expand even further as Boulder County’s best-read business newspaper,´ said Jerry W. Lewis, editor/co-publisher.

John Meyer, previously a top account executive for The Northern Colorado Business Report in Fort Collins, has been named sales manager. Meyer, who will coordinate all sales under the direction of Jeff Schott, sales director/co-publisher, will work with clients in banking/finance, law, education and accounting. He is a graduate of Winona State University in Minnesota.

Wendy Rice is The Business Report’s new advertising manager. She will work with clients in technology, health care and advertising/marketing and will work on BCBR’s marketing and project coordination. A graduate of St. Mary’s of Notre Dame, Rice formerly was the national sales director for Black’s Guide, a commercial real estate directory published in 22 markets.

Fred Gonzales, a communications/sociology graduate of Texas Tech University, is a new account executive. Gonzales, who joins BCBR after three years in Colorado restaurant management, will work with customers in hospitality, tourism, utilities and printing/graphics companies.

Amy Murphy joins BCBR’s art/design/production team as a designer. Murphy, a graduate of Keene State College in Keene, N.H., formerly was a senior graphic designer with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maine and a graphic designer with Chipco International, also in Maine.

Claudia Hibbert-BeDan joined the BCBR as researcher and staff writer earlier this year. She oversees all research for The Lists, The Book of Lists and the 2000 Boulder County Technology/Manufacturers Directory. In addition, she is a member of the newspaper’s reporting staff. She has worked for Colorado Daily, Boulder Weekly and Westword. BeDan earned a master’s degree in sociology this year from the University of Colorado at Denver and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and speech communication from Metropolitan State College of Denver in August 1995.

BOULDER — Five new employees have joined The Boulder County Business.

“All four of these key employees bring top-notch experience to help us launch our new bi-weekly publishing schedule in October and expand even further as Boulder County’s best-read business newspaper,´ said Jerry W. Lewis, editor/co-publisher. …

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