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EDWARDS David Dempsey started Managed Data of Edwards, a company specializing in outsourced data backup services. It specializes in data backup for small and medium-size businesses in the area. The company model uses software to send backed-up data securely to a center in Glenwood Springs. The data center is temperature controlled, secured and monitored by video surveillance. It also shares Valley View Hospitals generator-based backup power supply. To minimize the chance of data loss, Dempsey said the Glenwood server copies itself to a server in Edwards. Avon office opens for CCL Construction ConsultantsCCL Construction Consultants, Inc. appointed Robin Wolfhard to open its new office in Avon. The company provides project management, network scheduling and facilities consulting. Wolfhard earned his bachelor of environmental design in architecture from the University of Colorado at Boulder and earned his law degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He specializes in forensic analysis of construction and design defects and has helped resolve numerous construction disputes in Colorado, Arizona, Nevada and California. Most recently, he was project manager for a general contractor in the Vail area, focusing on assessment and correction of construction problems.Stage-Fright.com debuts a new line of posters, T-shirtsBRECKENRIDGEStage-Fright.com, an online retailer of movie posters, costumes, T-shirts and fun gifts, recently debuted new and classic movie T-shirts and funny T-shirts on its online store. The company is located in Breckenridge.Our movie T-shirts and funny T-shirts have been best sellers for years, said Stage-Fright.com founder Kris Eliopoulos.The company also unveiled dozens of new posters, featuring classic movies. The line includes hard-to-find band posters and advertising posters, with an emphasis on vintage ski posters, as well as posters featuring legendary actors.Our extensive line of posters now features almost every genre of movie you can imagine, Eliopoulos said. We not only offer posters from classic movies and todays greatest films, but we now also carry a wide variety of classic band posters and vintage advertising posters.Study finds resort living desirableV2 Land & Homes Sothebys International Realty recently unveiled a study that found a large percentage of luxury home buyers are interested in homes on or near golf courses, and a significant percentage would like to live on or near ski slopes. The national survey conducted by Global Strategy Group, entitled Seeking a Luxury Lifestyle, was commissioned by Sothebys International Realty Affiliates, Inc. and Architectural Digest magazine.Of those surveyed, 48 percent would like to live on or near a golf course, 28 percent want to live on or near ski slopes and 45 percent want to buy near aquatic activities.Approximately one in three of those surveyed know the characteristics and amenities they desire and would search in a number of geographic locations to find the home that matches what they want. The survey was mailed to household incomes of more than $100,000, with homes valued at a minimum of $500,000.Bell updates Web siteBell Policy Center has updated its Web site (www.thebell.org). The site holds more than 450 documents, including reports, briefs, commentary, letters, newsletters, opportunity notes, press releases, press coverage, legislative status reports, information about the Bell and its research and links to other organizations and resources.