Buffalo Business Report - Friday, December 21st 2012
Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel has completed the $8.5 million renovation of its Thunder Falls Buffet. The work used 200 construction workers and took 53 days to complete. New Year's Eve marks the 10th anniversary of the casino.
According to Business First, Tapestry Charter School has purchased an adjoining Great Arrow property for $1 million. The school will now do a needs assessment for the land's use.
VoiP Supply of Amherst is donating $1.98 of every on-line purchase to the Buffalo City Mission. VoiP Supply has already donated enough to provide for 2,000 meals.
Lancaster's Ecology & Environment reported first quarter net income at six cents per share. Last year's net income for the same quarter was twenty-eight cents per share.
Under its current management, men's hair cutting shop "180 Degrees by VLK" is marking five years in business this week. The shop has been open at 5443 Transit Road in Depew since the early 1940's.