“Drive Your Hunger” at the Buffalo Auto Show and Support Meals on

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       “Drive Your Hunger” at the Buffalo Auto Show and Support Meals on Wheels

BUFFALO, NY – The Niagara Frontier Automobile Dealers Association (NFADA), planners of
the annual Buffalo Auto Show, will be donating a portion of all ticket proceeds to Meals on
Wheels for WNY.

The 2013 Buffalo Auto Show will run February 6 – 10 and tickets are on sale now at Tops
Markets, Wegmans, Dash’s Markets and NOCO. Presale tickets are just $8 each or $27 for a
family four pack. Tickets are $9 at the door.

“The auto show is a really incredible event – with new car models, local celebrities, fun activities
for the kids and, of course, two full floors featuring every make of car imaginable,” Tara A. Ellis,
CEO and President, Meals on Wheels for WNY, said. “We’re deeply appreciative to the
NFADA for donating a portion of ticket sales to Meals on Wheels and we’re encouraging the
whole community to come out and enjoy this fantastic event!”

                                 “If you are hungry for speed, power, style and performance…
                                 Drive Your Hunger at the Buffalo Auto Show. You will
                                 definitely find a car that will satisfy all of your wants and
                                 needs,” Paul Stasiak, President, NFADA, said. “We’re
                                 extremely excited to be working with Tops, NOCO, Wegmans
                                 and Dash’s as we collectively support Meals on Wheels and
                                 therefore assist in feeding 3,500 of our homebound neighbors,
                                 family members and friends in the community.”
Learn more about the Buffalo Auto Show, and find daily events, maps and exhibitor information

Learn more about Meals on Wheels at


The Meals on Wheels Foundation of Western New York is an independent nonprofit organization that raises funds 
in support of the local Meals on Wheels agency.  Meals on Wheels for Western New York, Inc. is an independent 
nonprofit home‐delivered meal program serving more than 900,000 meals annually to homebound seniors and 
disabled throughout Erie County, who have a limited ability to prepare meals for themselves.  With more than 
1,500 meal delivery volunteers, Meals on Wheels for Western New York is one of the largest volunteer‐based 
organizations in the region.  The essential work done by Meals on Wheels for Western New York is made possible 
by generous financial support from community members, local foundations and corporations, as well as through 
grants from the New York State Office for the Aging and Erie County’s Departments of Senior Services and Social 
Services. For more information, visit 

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