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We were on a mission to find the best things to do in Buffalo, NY and were really surprised at all the thing you can do! Buffalo has a ton of culture, ever-present history and some amazing food to eat. We visited Buffalo's Canalside, Riverworks, Larkin Square for Food Truck Tuesday and we even took a kayak tour down the river with Elevator Alley Kayak. In the end we were amazed that there were so many fun things to do in Buffalo and know we'll be back to experience more of the city soon. This video was made in partnership with Visit Buffalo Niagara. If you're planning on visiting Buffalo, or even if you live there, Elevator Alley Kayak Tours is a must! You can rent your own or take a tour. Your tour guide will take you down the Buffalo River and explain the history of the river, grain e...
The Partnership challenges all employers in the Buffalo Niagara region to make a new local B2B deal this year. Procuring local goods and services is smart for your business and helps our region as a whole. Learn more: www.thepartnership.org/BuyLocal
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What is BUMP? The last decade has seen the spontaneous development of a collaborative network of ministries in Buffalo. We see the Holy Spirit at work. These communities and individuals are working together despite theological, philosophical, and cultural differences, for the sake of the glory of the Kingdom of God and the healing of the City of Buffalo. In recent years, several of these groups have begun to collaborate specifically to train and equip women and men for Kingdom work in an urban context. The Buffalo Urban Mission Partnership (BUMP) is the result of this collaboration. Tell me more... The Buffalo Urban Mission Partnership offers hands-on experience for the future. Our cities are centers of culture. Within Buffalo are found all of the issues facing the Church of t...
Ridesharing may not be legal yet in Western New York, but that's not stopping the region for getting ready for it. ◂ WKBW provides local news for all of Western New York, Buffalo, NY and the Niagara Falls NY region 7 Eyewitness News is Buffalo's Source for news, sports, weather, and good things happening every day. For more download the WKBW mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wkbw Android: http://bit.ly/wkbw-android
Robert Gioia, Chairman, Great Lakes Health Board of Directors and President, John R. Oishei Foundation talks about how the national healthcare debate impacts the Buffalo Niagara region and the economy.
Launches Unshackle Upstate campaign and outlines challenges of doing business in Upstate New York.
Scenes from the Partnership For The Public Good's (PPG) 2014 community agenda announcements. Every year The PPG selects 10 policy planks, or 10 social issues in the western New York area to work on. The PPG usually opens and closes each of their meetings with a form of artistic expression. Here Ms. Hill sings "Let You Hair Down" by Dwele for the audience. The PPG is made up of more than 150 community based organizations working on just, sustainable, and cultural issues. More info about the PPG here
Jack Ampuja, President, Supply Chain Optimizers, NY and Toronto, Chairman, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership's Logistics Council, talks about the impact that the economy has on local logistics and beyond, and the opportunities for our economy.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership announces a strategic agreement with the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce and the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce. The agreement creates effective shortcuts for members to easily connect with other business leaders on both sides of the border, empowering members to seek business-to-business relationships to address their unique challenges and opportunities.
To learn more about the Giving Library, visit www.givinglibrary.org. Buffalo Bayou Partnership is the Houston non-profit dedicated to revitalizing and transforming Buffalo Bayou, our city's most significant natural resource and historic waterway. The organization was founded in 1986 by Houston's Mayor Kathy Whitmire and the County Judge, to develop a realistic strategy for Buffalo Bayou's development beginning with a park to commemorate Houston's 150th birthday. Since that time, the organization's board and staff have raised more than $120 million for the bayou's revitalization. Hike and bike trails, award winning parks, water quality initiatives, and a host of recreational and cultural activities are among our significant accomplishments.