WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, May 12th 2020

Labatt Blue Light Seltzer To be Test Marketed Locally

Labatt USA is using Buffalo as a test market for its new Labatt Blue Light Seltzer.  The roll out also happening in other select Northeast cities.  Labatt Blue Light Seltzer comes in a 12-pack variety pack, which includes four flavors: Black Cherry Lime, Tropical Grapefruit, Blood Orange Blackberry and Mango Lemon.     

AT&T has donated more than 70 wireless devices, including smartphones, tablets and long-range walkie-talkies to FeedMore WNY to keep them connected and help make their efforts more efficient and safer during the COVID-19 pandemic.  AT&T also donating wireless connectivity and mobile broadband to assist the organization through the summer as it deals with COVID-19 food insecurity issues and feeding the community’s most vulnerable.

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center has appointed three people to key roles in nursing, clinical research and critical care.  Mary Ann Long returns as Senior Vice President of Nursing.  Laurie Smith has been named Vice President of Clinical Research Services.  Anesthesiologist Dr. Timothy Quinn has been promoted to Chief of Critical Care.

Schwabl’s Restaurant in West Seneca will reopen for takeout service on Wednesday, May 20th.  Takeout will be available from noon to 8pm Wednesday through Saturday.  A limited menu plus daily specials will be offered.