Nooks to bring facility, jobs to Colorado Springs
Original Article By Maggy Wolanske | fox21news.com
On the second day of the Space Symposium, big news was announced with local and state leaders in attendance. Nooks, a veteran-owned startup business, shared Colorado Springs would be home to its third and largest national location.
Governor Jared Polis, Mayor John Suthers, and members of the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC gathered to share the news of a 60,000-square-foot building and 35 new jobs coming to the Pikes Peak Region.
“So we will have hospitality professional security concierge to really make this an experience that people want to come back to because frankly, the SCIF environment, the classified facility environment is not one you generally want to work in. These are dark holes you’re going to for long periods of time. We’re looking to up-level that experience.”
Sean Blackman, NOOKS CEO
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