WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Monday, June 17th 2019

Randy Bushover
June 17, 2019 - 3:55 am

Local gas prices are still trending downward.  According to the AAA, the current average cost for a gallon of unleaded in the region is $2.85 - down two cents from last week's price.

KPM Exceptional LLC plans to expand its distribution center in Derby.  Business First reports the project requires tax breaks from the ECIDA.  The agency will hold a public hearing June 27th with a full board vote likely in July.

This month, Jack Hunt Coin Broker, Inc., celebrates 50 years in business.  Based at the corner of Kenmore and Delaware Avenues, Jack Hunt has bought and sold more than 40 million troy ounces of gold, silver and platinum.

Monkey See, Monkey Do Children’s Bookstore, a locally-owned children’s bookstore located at 9060 Main Street in Clarence, has just celebrated 10 years in business.

Cutco Corp. is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association for Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month in June.  The Olean-based cutlery manufacturer is offering specially-engraved, limited-edition purple products - with profits benefiting the Alzheimer's Association through June 30th.  The products are available online at www.cutco.com.

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