SERVPRO Takes Care of Flood Damaged Movie Theaters in Colorado Springs
Make sure that your patrons don't find another movie theater to make their favorite by contacting SERVPRO after any flooding incident.
Team SERVPRO Shows Up on the Scene Quickly to Dry Out Your Flooded Property
Restoring flood damage in a movie theater in Colorado Springs may be a daunting task but is essential if you hope to reopen the establishment to customers in a safe and non-destructive manner. Allowing water to remain opens up your business to safety issues, negative customer experiences, and poor online reviews, all of which can lead to expensive costs and even permanent closure if the impact on your operations is too severe. SERVPRO conducts fast and thorough water removal to get doors open faster and minimize the impact on your finances.
How We Get Doors Open Faster
Cleaning up commercial flood damage in Colorado Springs to movie theaters can be a difficult process thanks to the layout and structure of both individual theaters and the building as a whole, forcing some restoration professionals to resort to lengtheir and costlier methods to repair the damages. However, SERVPRO stocks an array of high-tech industrial equipment designed to function in any environment and reach as far into the building as needed to get the job done. Our full water extraction and drying capacity is at your disposal to utilize only the most optimal water removal processes and get doors back open as fast as possible.
Keeping Costs in Check
The loss of revenue from customers is only one type of cost you may face in the wake of a disaster. Depending on your insurance provider and policy, you may be on the hook for thousands of dollars in restoration costs. SERVPRO has gained a national reputation for delivering all services at minimal hassle and costs, and for a good reason. Our restorative techniques minimize loss of materials in your theater, utilize minimal human resources, and do not have many additional expenses. If you have any additional questions about how we can help to keep costs to a minimum during the restoration process, feel free to contact our representatives with questions or to request a quote.
SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs provides fast and professional flood damage restoration services to businesses in the local area. Call us at (719) 574-2789 to find out how we can help.
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A disaster plan for your pets?
Most people know they should have a disaster plan in place for their families. But if you are faced with a national disaster, do you have a disaster plan for your pet? Storms, wildfires and floods happen around the world every day and affect thousands of people and their pets. That’s why everyone should have a plan, not only for yourself, but for your pets. To help you plan for the unthinkable, here are our 9 essentials of disaster prepping for your pet.
- Proper ID. The most important thing you can do for your pet before a disaster occursis to make sure they have proper ID. This means having a physical tag containing your current info on their collar which they wear at all times, and having them microchipped and registered in a national registry such as the free Found Animals Microchip Registry.
- Keep your pet’s vaccinations up to date to reduce their risk of sickness and disease. There are so many unknowns in a disaster. If you are evacuated, your pet may not be able to come with you to shelter and may be held in boarding with other animals whose health status is unknown. If your home is destroyed, your pet may be lost and living outside for a time and subjected to the elements, dirty water supply or worse. Be safe, not sorry, and vaccinate.
- Display a Pet Rescue Sticker. Make sure you have a pet rescue window decal in a place visible to rescue workers.
- Identify Pet-Friendly Emergency Shelters. Not all emergency shelters or hotels allow pets. Before a disaster hits, call your local emergency management office or animal shelter to see if there are places planned for people and pets to stay together in the event of an emergency. Research pet-friendly hotels away from typical disaster zones, or arrange to stay with family or friends outside of your area. Prepare a few options in a range of distances from your home in case of either local or region-wide emergencies.
- Assemble a Pet Emergency Kit. You can buy a compact kitthat fits under your seat, a larger bag you can carry on your shoulder, a grab and go bucket with everything your pet could need or and add pet-related items to your family’s existing emergency supplies. Your kit should include the following items:
Plan to have at least five days of food, water and portable bowls. Dry food should be in re-sealable plastic bags. If your pet eats wet food, make sure to buy easy open cans so you don’t need a can opener. Prepare a written feeding schedule.
- Medication and Medical Records
Keep an extra supply of your pet’s regular medication in a waterproof zip lock bag. Also include a copy of your pet’s vaccination record and microchip number.
For cats, include kitty litter and disposable litter boxes. For dogs, pack plastic waste bags and an extra leash and harness. Beds, blankets, toys and clothing are also useful to keep your pet calm and cozy in an emergency situation.
- Store Supplies for a Speedy Exit. Place all of your emergency supplies in a safe, dry, convenient place near your escape route in case you need to leave in a hurry. The safest way to transport a pet in an emergency or disaster is in a carrier or crate, so keep one close to your emergency kit. Frightened pets can be difficult to manage with only a leash and collar.
- When a Disaster Strikes, Don’t Hesitate; Evacuate. Not all disasters come with warning, but if they do, follow emergency response recommendations and evacuate as quickly as possible. Disasters are very stressful on both pets and people, and no one can predict how bad things will get. Don’t wait until the last minute to leave. Use your emergency plan as a tool to supplement first responder instructions.
- Leave with Your Pets. If the area is not safe for you, it’s not safe for your pets. It may not be possible to return for your pets, so take them with you from the start.
- If Your Pet Gets Lost, Check for Found Pet Alerts. If your pets are separated from you, check your cell phone and email for Found Pet Alerts. When a rescue worker finds your lost pet and starts an alert in the Found Animals Registry, you will be contacted via phone calls, text messages, and emails based on your pet’s microchip registrations. These alerts will provide information on your pet’s location. If you cannot access your phone or email, or are unable to retrieve your pets, your emergency contacts and vet will also be notified.
For more information about Pet Disaster Preparedness, please visit the following websites:
- Preparing your Pets for Emergencies, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- Make a Disaster Plan for Pets, Humane Society United States(HSUS)
- Disaster Preparedness, ASPCA
- Pets and Disaster Checklist, American Red Cross
- Saving the Whole Family Brochure, American Veterinary Medical Association
Countering Smokey Odors Arising from Fire Damage in a Residence in Colorado Springs
SERVPRO technicians have IICRC training and know how to thoroughly rid your home of bad odors left behind by a fire.
SERVPRO Can Help Restore Your Home after Fire Damage
Homes in Colorado Springs often contain many safety features, from tempered glass in windows to GFCI outlets throughout the house. These precautions, with the primary goal of protecting residents and their families, help save many lives and reduces the number of accidents experienced each year.
When a home catches fire in Colorado Springs, the fire damage sustained can remain minimized if the fire department arrives quickly. However, these professionals cannot combat the smoke the fire produces. In fact, the presence of smoke often alerts firefighters of additional hotspots that need their immediate attention.
During a fire, smoke ends up everywhere inside a home, even in relatively far away locations. This happens because the heat of the fire pushes the smoke and its particles out, and as it travels, heavier particles drop or cling to obstacles and barriers as it passes through and around them. Lighter particles, because they come in smaller sizes, can remain suspended in the air for more extended lengths of time.
Wherever smoke moves through your home during a fire, your floors end up covered in smokey, greasy soot. Hardwood floors require specialized treatments to keep their sheen from becoming marred. Soot particles can seem fine and unlikely to cause damage, but the physical properties at the microscopic level reveal their actual abrasive qualities. Chemical risks posed by soot include carcinogens, as well as acidic properties that can further destroy your belongings unless we strip it away.
Carpeting can slowly emit a smoke-laden odor after a fire occurred. Removing the embedded smoke particles can help reduce overall odors and make the interior much more pleasant. Carpet cleaning might not provide satisfactory deodorization in every situation, but thermal fogging by our Odor Control Technician (OCT) can produce significantly more powerful results. Fogging in this manner also counteracts smoke residue found wherever smoke initially traveled, providing a more comprehensive and complete deodorization.
SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs can be contacted by calling (719) 574-2789, which is our 24-hour service line. Serving the areas near and around Security, Green Mountain Falls, and Calhan, we can help your family restore your home after fire damage to its preloss condition.
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Appliance Degradation Could Allow Flooding to Your Colorado Springs Residence
If your appliance fails and dumps water on your kitchen floor, it is time to contact SERVPRO. Call right away for best results.
SERVPRO Technicians Arrive Ready to Dry Out Your Home After a Flooding Situation
The appliances in your Colorado Springs home have gotten purchased to make your life a little bit easier. While for the most part, this is the case, there are instances in which these machines can make your life considerably more stressful and costly, namely when they malfunction and cause flooding to their immediate surroundings.
While there are likely very few people in the area that do not have appliances in their homes, those that do always run the possible risk of allowing flood damages into their Colorado Springs residence. Typically this is a result of aging and degradation, which can allow individual components to behave sluggishly or stop altogether. This failure allows for washing machines to fill indefinitely, for dishwashers to leak out onto the floor and so on.
Fortunately, you have SERVPRO to help you through any of the disasters that your appliances might cause within your home. We can quickly assess the damage that you face and formulate a strategy to help restore these concerns. With appliance failure, one of the first steps that we take is to ensure that the supply to the machine has gotten shut down to prevent further damages while restoration gets underway.
Once the source of the water has been found and stopped, our team can then get to work on extracting the water from the affected area. The process usually involves portable pumps and wet-vacs with extraction wands. This process allows for drying efforts to begin, which is a critical part of the process.
Once the area has gotten successfully dried, our SERVPRO professionals can inspect the construction materials of your home and structural components for severe damages that could require removal and replacement to complete the restoration process.
Flood damages might not be something that most homeowners in the area consider to be much of a threat, but appliances can always be a wild card.
If you are dealing with accidental flood damage to your home, our SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs team of restoration specialists can help. Give us a call today at (719) 574-2789.
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What can we learn from the Colorado Springs Airport Fire?
Water and fallen ceiling tiles litter the airport terminal lobby area
The first phone call to our company came in around 2AM Tuesday, April 17th. The caller told us the airport suffered a large fire on the 3rd story of the terminal building. The fire was put out, but the water from the fire sprinklers and the water the firefighters used left all three levels of the terminal soaked, with several areas flooded with standing water.
By 4AM, we had an inspector on site to meet with airport leadership and come up with an action plan to reopen the airport by the following morning at 4:30AM. Over 30 flights had to be cancelled on the 17th and airport leadership and the mayor had vowed to open the airport by the next day – quite a tall expectation to meet!
By 8AM our crews started the drying process. The first step was to extract all the standing water, remove non-salvageable carpeting, and then install drying equipment. To make the terminal more comfortable for travelers, we installed temporary carpeting in the terminal so passengers did not have to walk over bare (and potentially slippery) concrete.
The airport opened at 2:30AM 4/18, 2 hours ahead of schedule. The airport director told us he was extremely satisfied with the outcome.
The cause of the fire still remains unknown and repairs will continue for likely many more weeks. If one of your properties suffers a fire, large or small, you can count on SERVPRO to get you back in business quickly and make the damage “Like it never even happened.”
Why You Should Deal With a Mold Damage Outbreak in Your Colorado Springs Home Immediately
Colorado Springs Mold Remediation and Cleanup Needed? Contact SERVPRO
SERVPRO Tip--Rapid Mold Remediation Mitigates Damages
Mold damage found in your home is a tricky business, but it should be dealt with immediately. When the mold is left to its own devices, it can not only cause various health effects in the residents of your home, but it can also cause damage to the physical structure. Excessive moisture is almost always the culprit behind mold damage, and it should be dealt with as soon as possible to help prevent an outbreak. Fortunately, qualified help is close at hand.
If left alone in your Colorado Springs home, mold damage can impact the structure. Mold is responsible for the decay of organic materials, which means that any wood or building materials made from organic sources can begin to deteriorate when in contact with the mold. Due to the capabilities of damaging the structure of your home, it is essential to remediate the mold as soon as possible.
When you call SERVPRO, we can send an estimator to your home swiftly. It is an estimator's job to investigate the damage, explain the situation, alert you to possible solutions, and answer any questions. Afterward, our technicians can arrive to begin the remediation process, if deemed necessary. If the presence of mold growth is questionable, a third-party company can be contracted by the homeowner for testing.
Mold damage must be contained before remediation begins. SERVPRO employees can set up plastic barriers to section off the fungi to prevent spreading once disturbed. Our technicians can begin to clean any non-porous materials that mold is attached to and then spray them with an anti-fungal agent to help ensure that mold is less likely to regrow there.
Unfortunately, many porous surfaces that mold has attached itself to may not be receptive to cleaning. SERVPRO can remove any of these surfaces and then assist you with finding a contractor to renovate the space. The very last thing that our technicians can do is tackle the musty smell left behind by the mold with advanced technology like air scrubbers with activated charcoal filters. We strive to return your home to its preloss condition in every way that we can, "Like it never even happened."
When you discover mold damage in your home, do not wait. Call SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs at (719) 574-2789. Our technicians can arrive at your home as soon as possible.
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Water Damage Monitoring Equipment in Colorado Springs
Moisture needs to be dried out of your home within 24-48 hours to prevent mold growth.
SERVPRO Offers Thorough Structural Drying after Water Damage to Your Home
If a pipe breaks inside your Colorado Springs home, water possibly leaks all over and causes many problems. Sometimes water saturates building materials which can cause structural integrity issues. If water gets left inside your house for too long, it often causes foul odors to exist. If moisture does not get dried out within 48 hours, it is likely that mold develops.
Water leaking into a building also possibly causes electrical hazards. SERVPRO's water damage technicians in Colorado Springs always start a project by securing the work area. Any potential hazards such as drywall falling from the ceiling or electrical issues get repaired, or the area gets blocked off, and "danger" signs get posted.
After the work area is made safe for all workers and occupants, the extraction process begins. If there is two inches or more of standing water, a submersible pump gets used to vacuum up the water and pump it into a sewer drain. Next, we use our specialized extraction tools to pull moisture out of carpet and upholstery. In most cases, we use light extraction wands to pull water out of furniture. When extracting moisture out of the carpet, we sometimes use a weighted, heavy-duty extraction tool to compress the carpet and reduce damage to the fabric caused by agitation.
After our IICRC certified technicians are satisfied with the amount of water we vacuumed up, we begin the drying phase. Before we set up air movers and dehumidifiers in your home, we use monitoring equipment to test moisture levels in the affected areas. We use different equipment based on what type of materials we want to test for moisture.
When we test soft, porous materials such as upholstery and carpet we use a moisture sensor. A moisture sensor has two sharp prongs on the bottom that stick into the material and test for the presence of moisture. If the carpet in the testing area is wet, the sensor beeps and flashes a light.
To test moisture levels in other harder materials such as wood or drywall, we often use a penetrating moisture meter. The moisture meters have two longs prongs that we stick or hammer into the materials that we are testing. For non-wood items, the relative scale is used, and the moisture reading comes out as points. For wooden materials, the meters give a moisture percentage number. Readings get taken in both affected and unaffected areas to determine how wet the materials got.
Moisture readings help us come up with a goal to reach. Once moisture levels reach the goal, they are back to normal conditions. For professional help with structural drying, call SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs at (719) 574-2789 any time of the day.
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Winner Announcement - MARCH MADNESS 2018
Villanova celebrates a well-earned victory
Hello SERVPRO March Madness players! Villanova rolled through the tournament winning all 6 games by at least 12 points. The Michigan Wolverines, who went from unranked to a second consecutive Big 10 title, deserve quite a bit of credit themselves by stacking up 14 straight victories before falling to Villanova in the national championship 69-62.
We've finished tallying the scores and are proud to congratulate our winners:
1. Jancarlos Del Valle - Ross Silva American Family Insurance (RCA Galileo Pro 2 11.5" tablet)
2. Diane Barker - FBG Service Corporation (2 tickets to Brunch at the Broadmoor)
3. Dean Skaret - Dean Skaret American Family Insurance ($25 Starbucks gift card)
All players placing 4th and up receive a $5 Starbucks gift card - your reps Chris and Jeff will be delivering these to your offices over the next month.
Complete standings are below. Stay tuned for our next contest coming in the Fall. Thanks for playing and we'll see you next time!
-- Dave Kraszewski, Jeff Christensen, and Chris Rizzuto
Rank Name Total Score Champion
1 Jancarlos Del Valle 265 Penn
2 Diane Barker 254 Villanova
3 Dean Skaret 251 Villanova
4 Doris Wall 244 Villanova
5 Leslie Haren-Friesz 241 Michigan St.
6 Chris Rizzuto 238 Xavier
7 Yolanda Garcia 236 Villanova
8 Nancy Penaloza 235 Villanova
9 Will Wise 231 Villanova
10 Heather Smith 231 Duke
11 Jeremy Bergeron 230 Villanova
12 SHEBA MOBLEY 230 Villanova
13 Suzan Parra 230 Villanova
14 Mark Gerstenberg 230 Villanova
15 Erin Oroszi 230 Villanova
16 Whitney Johnson 225 Villanova
17 James Martinez 222 Villanova
18 bill camp 221 Virginia
19 Mary Kirks 217 Villanova
20 Andrew Walter 216 Villanova
20 Michael Rupp 216 Arizona
22 Dan Brandt 216 Villanova
23 Jeff Christensen 214 Xavier
24 Jessica Lastinger 213 Clemson
25 Marla Wilson 208 Kansas
26 April Allen 201 Kansas
27 Cory Town 199 Arizona
28 David Molchan 198 Michigan St.
29 Robyn Kilanowski 195 Michigan
30 Richard Beall 194 Houston
31 Zanda Raklinska 193 Virginia
32 Jeremiah Nease 191 Tennessee
33 Grant Burlingame 191 Duke
34 Kristin Chelin 186 Xavier
35 Lisa Kirwan 185 Villanova
36 Darrell Wilson 185 Kansas
37 Ross Silva 184 Virginia
38 Rob Schorzman 184 Michigan
39 Jared May 183 Virginia
40 Dave Mensing 182 Virginia
41 Sherri Stoltzfus 182 Kansas
42 Napoya Jones 181 Virginia
43 Martin Burlingame 181 Kansas
44 Judith Sedwick 180 Virginia
45 Lou Vitti 179 Duke
46 Jaime Klungtvedt 177 Cincinnati
47 Rita Dugan 177 Virginia
48 Laurel Fentanes 174 Virginia
48 tim kealy 174 Gonzaga
50 John Anderson 174 Xavier
51 James Rickman 174 Virginia
52 Mandy Campbell 174 Virginia
53 Cheryl Branch 172 Miami (Fla.)
54 Richard Kiedinger 168 Villanova
55 Natalie Martinez 162 Virginia
56 Dave Kraszewski 161 Alabama
57 Holly Koenig 160 Kansas
58 Corey Nakai 160 Virginia
59 Nelson De La Cruz 158 Virginia
60 Qiesha Lewis 157 Kansas
61 Denise Price 155 Kansas
62 Ashley Dodge 153 Kentucky
63 Patrick Loeber 153 Kentucky
64 L Malossi 151 Duke
65 Brittaney Grace 149 Gonzaga
66 Frank Gundy 149 Kansas
67 Sean Reeder 145 Kansas
68 Rod Smith 145 Duke
69 RUTH SCHLICHENMEYER 142 Duke
70 Adam Zeilder 139 Duke
71 Larry Zeidler 137 Duke
72 Dave Hammond 133 Kansas
73 Caitlin Gilkey 131 N. Carolina
74 clint christianson 130 W. Virginia
75 Chad Atherton 126 Arizona
76 Clara Loper 125 Xavier
77 Michael Schuneman 116 Xavier
78 Erica bazzy 114 Xavier
79 Tamara Bannister 100 Wichita St.
Fire Damage Mitigation in Colorado Springs
Smoke can travel into many areas of the home leaving behind an unpleasant odor.
SERVPRO Uses Deodorization Methods to Rid Your Home of Foul Odors
Sometimes after a fire ignites inside your Colorado Springs home, there are more problems that get created than just burnt materials and contents. Smoke created by a blaze often travels to many areas inside the house. Smoke leaves behind soot residues and pungent, burnt odors.
After any severely burnt materials and contents get replaced, all of the soot residues inside the building get cleaned. SERVPRO's fire damage technicians in Colorado Springs use specialized chemicals when cleaning that help eliminate foul odors. If unpleasant aromas still exist, then a final deodorization stage takes place.
When deodorizing an area, specific chemicals get used for different situations. Various odors exist based on what materials get burned during the blaze. Some deodorization techniques use chemicals that bond and react with the foul odor particles and neutralize them. Other deodorants mask unpleasant smells with more appealing odors.
To start, we apply deodorants to the air and affected surfaces. Many times deodorization gets accomplished by using hand pumps or electric powered sprayers. In more extreme cases, advanced equipment gets used during the deodorization process.
If our SERVPRO restoration experts believe that spraying chemicals does not complete the job efficiently, then other equipment gets used to create the original environment that caused the burnt odors to exist in the first place. During a fire, combustion causes smoke particles to become microscopic and penetrate many different materials. We use specialized equipment to break down chemicals so that they penetrate materials in the same way that foul odor particles did.
One way to mimic smoke behavior is with a Vaportek system. A Vaportek deodorization system consists of a compound of natural oils sealed by a membrane. The compounds then volatilize into the air and pass through the plastic membrane. Then, air currents distribute the chemicals into the air which react with and neutralize odor molecules upon contact.
Other ways to dispense deodorants into the building in the same way smoke entered, is to use fogging methods. When using a fogging system, deodorizing products get dispensed as finely divided particles in a mist. Depending on the situation we use either a wet fogging or dry fogging system to disperse deodorants into the air.
After an advanced deodorization system gets used inside your home, we often use powerful box fans to ventilate the area, so that dense chemicals do not exist in the air. For professional assistance with smoke deodorization call SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs at (719) 574-2789 any time of the day.
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Elite 8 -- SERVPRO March Madness 2018 Contest Update
Greetings SERVPRO March Madness players! Kansas is going back to the Final Four. But it’s hard to argue Duke shouldn’t be headed there after what some are calling the most riveting show of the NCAA tournament. Yesterday Kansas knocked off second-seeded Duke 85-81 in overtime; it will be Kansas’ first return to the Final Four since 2012.
We had some shakeups in the standings with surely more to come with the Final Four this weekend and the National Championship on April 2nd. Here are our top ten contestants so far:
RANK NAME CORRECT BEST CHAMPION
1 Jancarlos Del Valle 249 282 65 Penn
2 Leslie Haren-Friesz 241 42 241 Michigan St.
3 Chris Rizzuto 222 238 Xavier
4. Bill camp 221 221 Virginia
5 Heather Smith 215 231 Duke
6 Jeff Christensen 214 214 Xavier
7 Jessica Lastinger 213 213 Clemson
8 Marla Wilson 208 256 Kansas
9 Diane Barker 206 254 Villanova
10 Dean Skaret 203 251Villanova
11 April Allen 201 249 Kansas
12 Michael Rupp 200 216 Arizona
13 Cory Town 199 199 Arizona
14 David Molchan 198 198 Michigan St.
15 Doris Wall 196 244 Villanova
16 Richard Beall 194 194 Houston
17 Grant Burlingame 191 191 Duke
17 Jeremiah Nease 191 207 Tennessee
19 YOlanda Garcia 188 236 Villanova
20 Nancy Penaloza 187 235 Villanova
21 Kristin Chelin 186 186 Xavier
22 Darrell Wilson 185 233 Kansas
23 Ross Silva 184 184 Virginia
24 Will wise 183 231 Villanova
25 Erin Oroszi 182 230 Villanova
25 Jeremy Bergeron 182 230
25 Mark Gerstenberg 182 230 Villanova
25 SHEBA MOBLEY 182 230 Villanova
25 Sherri Stoltzfus 182 230 Kansas
25 Suzan Parra 182 230 Villanova
31 Martin Burlingame 181 229 Kansas
32 Judith Sedwick 180 196 Virginia
33 Lou Vitti 179 179 Duke
33 Robyn Kilanowski 179 227 Michigan
35 Jaime Klungtvedt 177 177 Cincinnati
35 Rita Dugan 177 193 Virginia
35 Whitney Johnson 177 225 Villanova
35 Zanda Raklinska 177 193 Virginia
39 James Martinez 174 222 Villanova
39 Laurel Fentanes 174 174 Virginia
39 tim kealy 174 174 Gonzaga
42 Cheryl Branch 172 188 Miami (Fla.)
43 Mary Kirks 169 217 Villanova
44 Andrew Walter 168 216 Villanova
44 Dan Brandt 168 216 Villanova
46 Jared May 167 183 Virginia
47 Dave Mensing 166 182 Virginia
48 Napoya Jones 165 181 Virginia
49 Natalie Martinez 162 178 Virginia
50 Dave Kraszewski 161 161 Alabama
51 Holly Koenig 160 208 Kansas
52 James Rickman 158 174 Virginia
52 John Anderson 158 174 Xavier
52 Mandy Campbell 158 174 Virginia
55 Qiesha Lewis 157 205 Kansas
56 Denise Price 155 203 Kansas
57 Ashley Dodge 153 153 Kentucky
57 Patrick Loeber 153 153 Kentucky
59 Rob Schorzman 152 216 Michigan
60 L Malossi 151 151 Duke
61 Brittaney Grace 149 165 Gonzaga
61 Frank Gundy 149 197 Kansas
63 Rod Smith 145 145 Duke
63 Sean Reeder 145 193 Kansas
65 Corey Nakai 144 160 Virginia
66 Nelson De La Cruz 142 158 Virginia
66 RUTH SCHLICHENMEYER 142 142 Duke
68 Adam Zeilder 139 139 Duke
69 Larry Zeidler 137 137 Duke
69 Lisa Kirwan 137 185 Villanova
71 Dave Hammond 133 181 Kansas
72 Caitlin Gilkey 131 131 N. Carolina
73 clint christianson 130 130 W. Virginia
74 Chad Atherton 126 126 Arizona
75 Clara Loper 125 125 Xavier
76 Richard Kiedinger 120 168 Villanova
77 Michael Schuneman 116 116 Xavier
78 Erica bazzy 114 114 Xavier
79 Tamara Bannister 100 100 Wichita St.
Just a reminder, your SERVPRO reps Jeff Christensen and Chris Rizzuto are listed but not eligible to win. To view all of the standings, click here. Stay tuned for your final update and tournament winners list after the National Championship!
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