Advertising in Buffalo

In 1789, Buffalo began as a small trading community near Buffalo Creek. Then, after opening the Erie Canal in 1825, Buffalo grew quickly. By 1900, Buffalo was known for its major railroad hub and large grain-milling development.  Today, health care and education are among its economic resources. In 2010, Forbes rated Buffalo the tenth best place to raise a family in America.

  • Estimated Population :258,612
  • Foreign born :8.90%
  • Language other than English spoken at home :16.80%
  • High school graduates :83.30%
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher :25.30%
  • Median Household income :$ 33,119
  • Per Capita income :$ 21,566
  • Population per sq. mile :6,470
  • White :48.10%,Black or African :37.30%,American Indian :0.40%,Asian :4.90%,Others :9.30%

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Events in Buffalo

  • Buffalo Home & Garden Show
  • Flurrious!
  • St. Patrick's Day Parade
  • Kissing Bridge Winter Carnival
  • Dyngus Day
  • Easter Festival at Broadway Market
  • Hellenic Festival
  • Allentown Art Festival
  • Juneteenth Festival
  • Buffalo River Fest
  • Garden Walk Buffalo
  • Friendship Festival
  • Taste of Buffalo
  • Eden Corn Festival
  • Erie County Fair
  • Lewiston Outdoor Fine Arts Festival
  • National Buffalo Wing Festival
  • Antique Classic Boat Show & Vintage Race Boat Reunion
  • Curtain Up!
  • Binational Doors Open Niagara
  • Christmas Food Fair
  • Christmas in the Country
  • Victorian Christmas
  • Holiday Pops

Business & Education in Buffalo

  • Companies headquartered in Buffalo include Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company, Cleveland BioLabs, Deco Refreshments, Inc., Flying Bison Brewing Company, Greater Buffalo Press, Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, Playboy Automobile Company, Rich Products, Statler Hotels, Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage, and Universal Wireless Communication Co., Inc.
  • There are three public universities located within the city limits: University at Buffalo (UB), Buffalo State College, and Erie Community College (ECC). Private colleges in the city include the Bryant & Stratton College, Canisius College, D’Youville College, Medaille College, and Tracaire College.