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Buffalo Business Report - Thursday, May 16th 2013

Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts arm is adding to its portfolio at Yellowstone National Park.  A 50-cabin "Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone" project is scheduled for a July 1st opening.

Big L Distributors has changed its name to better reflect what it does.  The company is now known as Big L Windows and Doors.

The newly-remodeled Tops market in Lewiston held a grand re-opening yesterday.  New features include an expanded product selection and larger produce section.

Pro2 Facility Services of Williamsville recently completed a cleaning and restoration of the floors at the Buffalo Central Terminal.

Payless Computer Repairs is celebrating its 25th year in business this month.  It's on Kenmore Avenue, just east of Delaware Avenue.

DeGraff Memorial and Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospitals have received the American Heart Association's "Get With the Guidelines-Heart Failure Gold Quality Achievement" Award.

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