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New branches for credit union

The Canvas Credit Union family is setting down roots with two new branches in Castle Rock.

For a local not-for-profit credit union such as Canvas, knowing your neighbors is all a part of serving their members well, so moving in to the family-friendly town with a booming economy just made sense for the organization, according to a news release.

“Castle Rock embraces the same warm and welcoming values that we have,” Chris Chippindale, chief operating officer at Canvas Credit Union, said in the release. “Our Castle Rock Canvas family, and the new-style branches they work in, are approachable and friendly. Our branch teams are ready to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with members providing down-to-earth financial help to afford life and make a difference in our community.”

Canvas Credit Union's new Castle Rock locations include the Ridge branch at 1030 Aloha St., and the Meadows branch at 4111 Future St. The Ridge branch will be managed by Carol Pedigo, and the Meadows branch will be managed by Jason Cooper.

K-Cup recycling

Customers can recycle their K-Cup pods at select Office Depot or OfficeMax stores, including the Office Depot store in Parker and one in Denver.

K-Cup users can bring their used pods to the Office Depot store at 11183 G S. Parker Road in Parker, or to Office Depot at 705 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver. Two other Colorado locations also accept the pods: OfficeMax in Longmont and Office Depot in Greeley.

The pilot program was launched in 19 stores nationwide, according to a news release. Customers who bring in five or more pods can receive a coupon for 10 percent off their next purchase of Keurig K-Cup pods (24-pack or larger) from Office Depot.

Physical therapy practice opens clinic

Rocky Mountain Spine & Sport Physical Therapy opened an outpatient clinic at 6202 S. Parker Road, Unit 500, Centennial. The clinic is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and can be reached at 720-361-2304.

Physical therapist Lindsey Baker is the clinic director. Baker, who earned a doctor of physical therapy degree from Lynchburg College, is certified in dry needling.

The clinic offers outpatient orthopedic physical therapy, including manual therapy, injury prevention, return to performance and total joint replacement programs. Other programs and treatments include TMD and complimentary screenings.

Rocky Mountain Spine & Sport Physical Therapy offers appointments within 24 and 48 hours and accepts most insurance types.

CMIT Solutions opens new office

A leader in information technology solutions dedicated to delivering IT support to small- and medium-sized businesses will open a new office to serve the south metro Denver area.

CMIT Solutions focuses on developing and maintaining local, trust-based relationships with its customers, according to a news release. It provides flat-rate, around-the-clock maintenance and monitoring solutions.

“In running several businesses, I've often felt the frustration many leaders face trying to get the right technology to work effectively while avoiding costly down time,” Ron Loobeek, president of CMIT Solutions of South Metro Denver, said in the release. “I've launched this new business because I've found a way to level the playing field, giving all companies access to the tools, and support services Fortune 500 companies enjoy at an affordable price.”

CMIT Solutions of South Metro Denver is at 8200 S. Quebec St., Ste. A3744, Centennial. For information on CMIT Solutions of South Metro Denver and the services it offers, call 720-715-4800 or go to www.cmitsolutions.com/south-metro-denver.

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