Glenwood RadioShack now co-branded with Sprint
The former RadioShack store in the Glenwood Springs Mall was among 23 stores in Colorado that on Friday became co-branded Sprint-RadioShack shops.
According to the Denver Post, one-third of the space in the converted stores will be dedicated to Sprint products, and the rest to electronics.
Sprint picked up 1,435 new stores when RadioShack filed for bankruptcy in February.
Other Colorado stores that are being converted are in Durango, Evergreen, Lakewood, Arvada, Fort Collins, Golden, Denver, Loveland, Greeley, Cañon City, Montrose, Thornton, Colorado Springs, Centennial, Fountain, Aurora and Brighton.
According to the Denver Post story, Sprint also needs 55 sales associates to work in the new stores and is taking applications at sprint.jobs.
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