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Buffalo Cabinetry celebrates ribbon-cutting

by jmaloni
Thu, May 31st 2012 12:05 pm
Pictured, from left: Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Pauly, Niagara County Legislator David Godfrey, Diane Carney of WNY Town & Country Real Estate, Village of Lewiston Trustee Bruce Sutherland, Anne Daggett and Chris Connelly of Buffalo Cabinetry, Fred Blue of Great Lakes Real Estate, Gloria Baker of First Niagara Bank, Jeff Stolar of Gorge Travel, Gene Colucci of Gene's Wholesale (and president of the Town of Niagara Business an Professional Association), and Karen Bushen of Wilbedone Inc.
Pictured, from left: Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Pauly, Niagara County Legislator David Godfrey, Diane Carney of WNY Town & Country Real Estate, Village of Lewiston Trustee Bruce Sutherland, Anne Daggett and Chris Connelly of Buffalo Cabinetry, Fred Blue of Great Lakes Real Estate, Gloria Baker of First Niagara Bank, Jeff Stolar of Gorge Travel, Gene Colucci of Gene's Wholesale (and president of the Town of Niagara Business an Professional Association), and Karen Bushen of Wilbedone Inc.

Buffalo Cabinetry, a new member of the Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce, celebrated a ribbon-cutting on Thursday, May 30, at its showroom located inside Payne's Carpet Outlet (2406 Military Road). Members of the chamber, as well as elected leaders and representatives from the Town of Niagara Business and Professional Association, were on hand to welcome Buffalo Cabinetry into the business community.

Lewiston residents Chris Connelly and Anne Daggett founded Buffalo Cabinetry. They spent almost a decade as owner/operators of a large, upscale kitchen and bath design center and showroom. They have made a commitment at Buffalo Cabinetry to offer only the finest quality cabinetry available in every price level, keeping the pricing as low as possible.

Buffalo Cabinetry has invested in what is the most advanced, cutting-edge design software available on the market to make remodeling a kitchen or bath space easy. 3D, high-definition renderings of design spaces are available, with the ability to modify just about everything - from the door style and color to the counter top material, the flooring materials and even wall and ceiling paint colors.

For more information on Buffalo Cabinetry, visit at www.Buffalo-Cabinetry.com.

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