WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Thursday, September 12th 2019

Bills Fare Well In Fan Experience

Randy Bushover
September 12, 2019 - 3:56 am

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A survey from SeatGeek.com finds that Buffalo Bills fans are pretty fond of tailgating, with 93% of people attending games doing so either before or after games - or both.  However, the team ranks just seventh-highest for gameday experience among the 32 NFL teams.  Things like food and concessions and bathrooms also were taken into account for the survey.  The Bills came in 29th for bathroom facilities.  #1 in the survey - the Green Bay Packers.

The Anchor Bar location on Maple Road has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.  According to Business First, the debtor is listed as Buffalo Original Wings, Inc.  Last May, the general manager for the restaurant resigned after allegations of harassment were made by female employees.  The restaurant opened in 2016.

Also filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy was Absolut Care.  The nursing home facility also gained approval to close its Orchard Park location.  The other six sites will remain open.

Cubic Transportation Systems Inc. will hold a formal grand opening for its Dodge Road operations center today.  Business First notes the center has technically been operational for the past few months.  Cubic is leasing 20,000-square-feet in Uniland Development Co.’s 33 Dodge Road building in the Sweet Home Centre office park.

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