Customers of Tri-Edâ€™s Buffalo, New York branch felt ultra-appreciated recently as they were treated to a special evening courtesy of their distribution partner.
Tri-Ed opened up the Pierce Arrow Museum to its guests from 6 to 9 p.m. on August 2nd. Steeped in tradition, the museum, founded in 1957, pays homage to all things Pierce-Arrow, including Motor Cars and trucks, bicycles, motorcycles, Travelodge trailers, and associated literature, artwork, and history.
Tim Labenski, 20-year industry veteran and Branch Manager for Tri-Edâ€™s Buffalo location, called the evening a crowd pleaser, noting that over 100 customers shared in the first annual Tri-Ed Buffalo Customer Appreciation event and dinner party.
More then 15 major industry manufacturers also took part in the celebration. Tri-Ed President and CEO Steve Roth greeted the guests, and formally thanked them for their loyalty and patronage.
NYBFAA President Tim Creenan joined Tri-Ed and its customers to show the Associationâ€™s support. â€œThe New York Burglar Fire Alarm Association is glad to have another source for our members to look to for the products and services they provide,â€ he said. â€œTri-Ed's commitment to New York is evidenced by its Buffalo branch location, corporate offices opened on Long Island and sponsorship of our newsletter the 'Security Signal'. We thank them for the support they give to our members.â€