Help, resources available for CNY high school students
It’s a rite of passage – graduation from high school. A milestone. A first step on the road to becoming a successful part of the workforce. So, where to go from here? For many, the obvious answer is college, the military or a trade school.
I’m the first to admit that I love shopping. If there is a bargain to be had, I’m there. If there is a product in high demand, I will hunt it down.
A very mild winter, by Central New York standards, at least, has forced David Steinberg to get creative with the rebranding of some of his products. Steinberg, whose family has owned and operated the sporting goods department within Ra-Lin since 1959, has begun calling wool and flannel gear “shirt jackets.” Long underwear is now also known as an “extra layer.”
Think Bill Rapp Superstore
When it’s time for you to purchase a vehicle, think Bill Rapp Superstore. The family-owned dealership sells new, stellar products from Buick, GMC, Subaru and Nissan, as well as numerous pre-owned vehicles of various makes and models. And when it comes to customer service, the dealership is equally impressive.
Did you know that Geico has a presence in Syracuse? The local sales office opened its doors four years ago on Erie Boulevard East with just two licensed agents. Five full-time agents now occupy the bustling office that sees a steady stream of customers – easily 100 – each day. Incoming phone calls reach upwards to 300 daily.
Longley Dodge has seen a number of changes over the years, but that hasn’t stopped the dealership, located on Route 57 in Fulton, from continuing to grow and thrive.
Mutually owned by you our members, lending decisions that are made locally, and personal customer service, all attributes of Seneca Federal, proudly serving the Central New York community for 84 years.
B’ville biz reduces footprint, educates community
While some snow enthusiasts have been left wondering where winter is, Baldwinsville business owners and avid snowmobilers Greg and Cathy Hudson are taking advantage of the sun.
Northside opened their original location on North State Street in Syracuse in 1974 and has experienced a methodical growth plan over the past 38 years.
Features new body shop, Saturday service hours
Chrysler Group LLC posted its second straight year of improved model sales in 2011, and Par-K Chrysler-Jeep in Fulton is excited to show consumers what the buzz is all about.
If you are looking for a new car or if your vehicle needs servicing, look no further than the 20,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility at Lou’s Car Care, located at 7361 State Fair Blvd. in Baldwinsville.
Driver’s Village in Cicero is constantly looking for ways to make both buying a car and getting it serviced a pleasant experience for its customers.
In the market for the family car? The one that will take the kids to soccer games, the grocery store, even on camping trips? Seems like a tall order, but U.S. News Best Cars, a known source for car rankings and reviews, can help you make the right choice.
Car Club Association of CNY gives back, keeps members informed on auto issues
The Car Club Association of Central New York was founded in the fall of 1988 by a group of dedicated car enthusiasts to provide communication among local clubs.
Hearth, Cabinets and More is true to its name, and the Liverpool business, with a newly remodeled showroom, is devoted to helping customers tackle jobs big or small, from design to installation.