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Hibbert & Scott complete sweep of AMSOIL Championship Snocross @ New York’s Seneca Allegany Casino - Press Release

Posted by Anonymous on February 25, 2013 - 2:48pm

 SALAMANCA, N.Y. (Feb. 23, 2013) – Western New York’s snowmobile-friendly atmosphere lent itself to an even larger crowd on Saturday for the Seneca Allegany Air Force Snocross round of AMSOIL Championship Snocross, presented by Traxxas and hosted by Seneca Allegany Casino. Thousands up on thousands of snowmobile racing fans spilled out from the packed grandstands and lined the sides of the wide oval track and climbed up into the nearby mountainside to watch the world’s top snocross racers put it on the line at round 12 of the 16-round series.

Vehicle safety devices/systems grow by leaps and bounds - Blog

Posted by jkirch on January 2, 2013 - 3:13pm

By Tom Torbjornsen
 
Tom Torbjornsen, Western New York’s automotive expert from Towne Automotive Group here, hoping you are having a great holiday season! And now for my weekly automotive tip.
 

What is a Certified Pre-owned Vehicle? - Blog

Posted by Joe Kirchmyer on December 24, 2012 - 2:15pm

 By Tom Torbjornsen
Recently, I was asked to create and record a radio commercial for a car dealership in Buffalo. Part of the script required that the announcer state, “These cars are Certified Pre-owned Vehicles.” So I asked myself, what does Certified Pre-owned really mean anyway? You hear it all the time in dealer commercials or see it in print but have no earthly idea what it means. So with this question in mind, I went to work researching what Certified Pre-owned (CPO) means to a few different carmakers.

Should I purchase an extended warranty for my vehicle? - Blog

Posted by Joe Kirchmyer on December 17, 2012 - 4:09pm

By Tom Torbjornsen

Tom Torbjornsen, Western New York’s automotive expert from Towne Automotive Group here, hoping you had a great weekend and drove safely! And now for my weekly automotive tip: People are always asking me if an extended warranty is worth buying, to which I respond, “Sure, providing you follow these tips.”

Tips for taking a vehicle for a test drive - Blog

Posted by Joe Kirchmyer on December 10, 2012 - 3:37pm

By Tom Torbjornsen
Tom Torbjornsen, Western New York’s automotive expert here, hoping you had a great weekend and drove safely! And now for my weekly auto tip:
When road testing a vehicle you’re considering buying, the vehicle test drive route should consist of secondary, highway, city and if possible rural roadways to see how the vehicle performs under all conditions representative of your real world daily driving experience. Here’s what to observe when driving the vehicle:

TOP-10 SPORTS MOVIES OF ALL TIME - Blog

Posted by jwilliams on October 26, 2012 - 1:03pm

Everyone loves the underdog. Especially one who triumphs in the face of long odds and adversity. In many ways, that’s what makes sports so special, especially when a true story is captured on film.
 
In my humble opinion, I list my top-10 greatest sports movies that were based on a true story.
 
1/ Brian’s Song (1972)
 

CityMade purchases to benefit the American Cancer Society - Blog

Posted by Joe Kirchmyer on October 23, 2012 - 2:29pm

CityMade, Inc., the Western New York-based company known for its unique gift baskets and boxes, is teaming up with the American Cancer Society to raise funds for the fight against cancer.
Through the end of December, CityMade will donate 15 percent of every gift basket or product purchased to the American Cancer Society. October was chosen for this announcement in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Reasons why a Buffalo-hosted Olympics may be a big problem - Blog

Posted by StrawMR on August 7, 2012 - 7:10pm

The 2012 London Summer Olympics have been a rousing success for England, and for the World. And as always around this time, there are those areas of the World that talk about pipe dream ideas of hosting the Olympics in their own city.
 
 
This year one, or two, depending on how you look at it, of those areas is the Greater Toronto Area and Buffalo.
 
 
Toronto Counciler James Pasternak brought up the idea of Toronto and Buffalo putting in a joint bid for the 2024 Olympics according to the Toronto Sun.
 

I am proud to be an American- Olympics 2012 - Blog

Posted by radneyj on August 3, 2012 - 7:57pm

Rochester native Abby Wambach has 4 goals in the 4 Olympic games that Team USA has played in. The USA women play on Monday in the semifinals against Canada. They won 2-0 on Friday vs New Zealand. Mens basketball won by the most points in Olympic basketball history when they beat and obliterated the Nigerians 156-73 winning by 83 points. Carmelo had 37 points in 14 mins and that breaks the most points in a single Olympic games. 29 10-12 3pt field goals. Make it 17 gold medals for Michael Phelps. What a way to go out in the final individual race of his career.

Changes to WGR a big step in the right direction - Blog

Posted by Michael Straw on June 13, 2012 - 3:40pm

Monday and Tuesday were big days for Buffalo's sports radio station, WGR550 AM.

On Monday, it was announced that the Buffalo Sabres and Entercom, the company that owns WGR, have agreed on a deal that will see a two-hour daily show from 10am-12pm titled "Sabres Hockey Hotline". The show will replace the oft-criticized Colin Cowherd, or as it was called by someone, "The LeBron Show."

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