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When business gets messy, it's comforting to know that the Mitel tech support team at Inflow Communications is there whenever you need them. At Inflow, our unique approach to Mitel support makes it possible for you to get technical support, maintenance, and upgrades around-the-clock, throughout the year.

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We offer two Shoretel Tech Support Denver Mitel support and maintenance packages, so that you can maximize the value of your plan. Our Gold and Platinum Shoretel Tech Support Denver Mitel service packages are supported by the finest engineers in the industry, so that you get solutions from real experts. Both our Platinum and Gold Mitel tech support plans include:

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As part of our effort to offer the best Shoretel Tech Support Denver Mitel customer support of any reseller, we also provide you with unbilled, on-site visits (if needed), a yearly plan that includes all engineering time and loaner server costs, and complete backup and restore.

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Denver Tidbits

A small group of prospectors from Georgia were crossing the great plains of the Colorado Territory and discovered gold at the base of the Rocky Mountains during the summer of 1858. Simply whispering the word gold was sufficient to start a veritable stampede into the area, although not that much gold was actually found. After all, just nine years earlier, the California Gold Rush had occurred.

Before long, crudely built log cabins, wagons, tepees, and tents lined the banks of the South Platte River as fortune seekers and prospectors arrived in the region by the droves. They arrived from all over the nation, traveling by horseback, in covered wagons, on foot, and even using a wheelbarrow to push their belongings. Pikes Peak, with a 14,000-foot mountain to the south of the mining camp served as both a rallying cry and landmark for the tired travelers. The Pikes Peak or Bust! gold rush was alive and well.

However, in the boomtown that was being established on the banks of the South Platte River, gold wasn't the only way to strike it rich. Those who arrived sufficient early could simply stake out a land claim, plot some city streets, and then sell the lots to those who arrived after them. A General named William H. Larimer followed the plan perfectly, although he didn't arrive early. On the eastern side of Cherry Creek, he claim-jumped some property, laid out a settlement and named the potential settlement in honor of the Kansas Territorial Governor named James Denver, in hopes that it might gain him some political favor. However, he didn't know was that James Denver had already resigned.

There were settlements on both sides of the South Platte River by the spring of 1859. The situation was filled with confusion and at best tenuous, when tensions between these settlements increased and almost resulted in bloodshed. Horace Greeley described the quickly growing settlement as a log city of 150 dwellings, not two thirds inhabited, nor three-fourths completed, nor one-third fit to be. Finally, a torch-lit meeting was held, and for the price of a barrel of whiskey on the one bridge over Cherry Creek, all of the other names were dropped and the settlement in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains became known as Denver.

A huge gold strike was discovered in the close by mountain community of Central City, just when people started settling into their new lives in Denver. The prospectors and fortune seekers packed up their gear and headed for the hills just as rapidly as they had arrived in Denver, which left Denver almost deserted. However, as they had to battle the harsh weather conditions in the mountains and figured that there had to be a better way to make their fortune, they gradually returned to Denver. These pioneers were the first to discover and enjoy the year-round mild climate that Denver had to offer and started establishing the community as a trading center.

During its early years, Denver suffered some growing pains much the same as any other community. A Confederate army from Texas marched on Colorado hoping to seize the gold fields during the Civil War. Although they were badly outnumbered and barely trained, a volunteer army was hastily put together in Denver and at the battle of Glorietta Pass, they managed to defeat the Rebels from Texas, which saved Colorado for the Union. That was only the start of the challenges the community would have to face.

In 1863, a devastating fire burned much of the business district in Denver to the ground. In 1864, a flash flood roared down Cherry Creek, which resulted in millions of dollars' worth of damage and killed 20 people. Shortly thereafter, an Indian war broke out, which cut supply lines and stage stations and left Denver with only six weeks' worth of food.

However, there early hardships only solidified the resolve of the residents of Denver and made them more determined than ever to thrive, rather than simply survive. The citizens of Denver raised some $300,000 and constructed their own railroad to meet the Union Pacific railroad in Cheyenne, Wyoming, when the Union Pacific Railroad bypassed Colorado on its transcontinental route. Soon thereafter, the Kansas Pacific Railroad traveled across the plains to Denver and, once again Denver was a boomtown when a major silver strike was discovered in Leadville.

Currently, Denver plays home to major league soccer, hockey, football, basketball, and baseball teams. Those teams include the Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer team, the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team, The National Basketball Association Denver Nuggets, the National Hockey League Colorado Avalanche, and the National Football League Denver Broncos.

Another outdoor activity in the community include the Denver Zoo city park with its rain forest habitat for wild animals, such as jungle primates and other wild animals. Scheduled tours of the zoo are complimented by food vendors.