27 Evans Street, Williamsville, NYView More Details
Full service hair salon, Goldwell, DiFaba colors, nails, massage, Kenra, Lanza, KMS prod.
5475 Main Street, Williamsville, NY, United States
830am - 430pm weekdays or by appointmentView More Details
Our family operated insurance agency has been helping our friends and neighbors since 1955. We now have 5 “Moses’s” working for the agency! Bob, Ken, Carole, Jeff and Jessica. We also work with 7 other of our coworkers.
We don’t make promises we can’t keep. If we don’t think we can help you, we’ll find you someone who can. We know many people in our industry who might be better suited to talk to you about your needs.
We protect anything and everything except health insurance.
Event insurance, business, home, auto, boat, cyber liability, motorcycle, liquor liability, umbrella, wedding insurance, ring insurance, professional liability, bonds, state mandatory workers compensation, disability, errors and omissions, we even have access to underground tank pollution insurance! You name it, we can help with it!
If you need a quote, talk to Ken Moses. He usually has a one to two day turn around for completing his research and getting accurate quotes back to you. After all, we do use over 17 companies to quote your auto and home insurance. So our research can take time. Kens phone number is (716)634-1212 extension 211.
We have even more companies when quoting your business needs! Talk to Bob or Steve Huefner to discuss how we can help protect your business and get you what you need. Steves’ phone number is (716)634-1212 extension 218.
Do me a favor and call us or email us right now! We want to go to work for you. Please let one of us “Moses boys” know how we can help you! We want to help all of our neighbors, even if you’re down state!
PS. If you refer a friend, family member or colleague, you will be entered to win a 50 inch smart TV! Check out the details by clicking HERE.
Hope to talk to you soon.
5564 Main Street, Williamsville, NY
8:30 am - 5 pm Monday - FridayView More Details
Bee Group Newspapers is Western New York’s leader in the suburban newspaper field We publish nine locally edited newspapers in the communities surrounding Buffalo, New York. The Amherst Bee was founded in March 1879 and has been owned by the same family for more than 100 years. Through the years our mission has always been to be a vital part of the community. Today we are part of the ever-changing world of the Internet and social media. Each of our nine newspapers has its own website with entirely local content. Merchants can increase their exposure with banner ads on these popular websites. We have expanded our distribution in several communities through a limited number of free copies, with 96 percent of these copies being picked up each week. Another feature, Big Bee Deal$, encourages interaction between advertisers and readers. You can be assured that your advertising message in Bee Group Newspapers will be respected, read and enhanced by our continued commitment to produce an informative local newspaper for our readers.
5436 Main Street, Suite 2, Williamsville, NY
Always OpenView More Details
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