Vendor trade show for Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino set for Sept. 27
In preparation for the re-designed Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino slated to open in late 2013, Seneca Gaming Corp. offers an opportunity for business partnerships to companies located in the Western New York region. A vendor trade show designed to identify and screen local businesses for future work bids will take place on Thursday, Sept. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Larkin Center of Commerce, located at 701 Seneca St.
Representatives with Seneca Gaming Corp. will be available to meet Western New York businesses that have the scale and experience to provide supplies and services that support hospitality, food services and hotel operations. These include retail and environmental services, facilities (such as electrical, plumbing and building supplies), landscaping, paving and other maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) supplies and services. Additional areas of interest include warehouse operations, technology-related equipment and support, laundry services, printing and other general business support.
To register and reserve space for the vendor trade fair, businesses must contact Peggy Murray by Thursday, Sept. 20, at 716-501-2006 or [email protected]. Vendors will be responsible for the setup and teardown of their displays. Local companies currently doing business with Seneca Gaming Corp. should still plan to attend the trade fair. Parking is free at and nearby the Larkin Center of Commerce.
Seneca Gaming Corp. strongly encourages businesses to first read and review its business standards to determine if they will meet terms and conditions for vendor opportunities. These standards are available online at http://www.senecagamingcorporation.com/corp_standards.cfm.
This event is the second of its kind offered this year by Seneca Gaming Corp. More than 40 local businesses attended a vendor trade fair on June 19 and 20.
About Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino is located on 9.5 acres of sovereign property of the Seneca Nation of Indians in downtown Buffalo, NY, within the historic Cobblestone District and just footsteps away from the Buffalo Outer Harbor and Lake Erie. The property is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. The current temporary facility features 457 slot machines and attracts more than 750,000 visitors a year, making it one of Buffalo's most popular destinations. In the summer of 2012, construction crews began work on a re-designed $130 million casino, which will include more than 800 of the newest and highly popular slots, 16 table games and a small, American-style restaurant and bar facility. The property is slated to open in late 2013.
Visit www.SenecaCasinos.com for more information.