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Wellness Council of America Recognizes Lawley as a “Well Workplace”

Buffalo, N.Y. (April 14, 2016) – Lawley, a Top 100 independent insurance broker in the United States according to Business Insurance, was recently announced as a recipient of the Wellness Council of America’s (WELCOA) “Well Workplace” award. Lawley is one of nine companies in the U.S. to receive the award, which recognizes companies taking responsibility for maximizing the health and wellness of its employees.

 

Buffalo Unconference Powered by AT&T Turns Attendees in to Presenters

Buffalo Unconference Powered by AT&T Turns Attendees in to Presenters

 

Free Self-organizing conference returns to provide for an opportunity for the collision of ideas and collaboration; hundreds of Western New Yorker to spend April 16th teaching each other new innovative skills

 

Graphcon Launches Artisan Printing Company The Pickle Ship

Graphcon Launches Artisan Printing Company The Pickle Ship

The Pickle Ship, an artisan printing and stamping company specializing in high-quality letterpress printing, foil stamping, embossing and die cutting, was launched today by Graphcon, Inc., an Orchard Park-based printing services company.

The Pickle Ship and Graphcon are owned and operated by brothers DJ and Matt Schutt.

“In this digital age where media is often produced at the push of a button, we are resurrecting the craftsmanship associated with printing,” said Matt Schutt. “Being a third-generation artisan print shop and having learned the business from our father, we respect the time-honored printing techniques handed down from generation to generation.” 

Administrative Professionals Group to Host Retirement Planning Speaker

Administrative Professionals Group to Host Retirement Planning Speaker

Mark W. Narby, Esq., co-founder of The Social Security Guys, will discuss “Strategies to Retirement Planning” at the next meeting of the WNY Administrative Professionals. The meeting will take place on Thursday, April 14, in the Barton Room on the 8th floor of the Larkin at Exchange Building, 726 Exchange St., Buffalo.

Open to members, interested administrative professionals and guests, the event will feature dinner and networking from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m., Narby’s presentation from 6:15 to 7 p.m., and a Q&A session and organizational updates from 7 to 7:30 p.m. The cost of the meeting and dinner is just $15, and reservations are due by Friday, April 8. 

Harrison Radiator - 1929

Harrison Radiator - 1929

HARRISON RADIATOR BUILDING #3  under construction in April of 1929. View is looking SW from intersection of Walnut & Elm Street, Lockport N.Y.  Harrison Radiator started in Lockport in 1910 when Herbert C. Harrison developed the first hexagonal cell honeycomb radiator. The Company is now Delphi Thermal Systems on Upper Mountain Rd. in Lockport.

Picture below is same view as it looks today. (Google Earth image)

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Drums Along the Waterfront Event Seeks Support From Local Business Community

Drums Along the Waterfront Event Seeks Support From Local Business Community

Drums Along the Waterfront Tour of Champions, an annual event that brings the world’s greatest drum corps to Western New York each August, is seeking corporate sponsors for the 2016 event. Drums Along the Waterfront returns to Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 7.

“Drums Along the Waterfront brings the world’s greatest musical athletes to the Buffalo area for a remarkable display of sound and athleticism,” said event director Jack Gaylord Jr. “But like any endeavor of this size, there are certain set expenses that we need to overcome each year. Therefore, we are reaching out to Western New York’s business community with a plea for support.”

Senator Ortt and AT&T Provide Troops With Free Calls Home for the Holidays

Senator Ortt and AT&T  Provide Troops With Free Calls Home for the Holidays

In time for the holidays, more than 900 donated cell phones will help provide calling cards for our deployed troops and veterans to call home