WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Thursday, October 24th 2019

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen - in collaboration with New Era Cap and Oishei Children’s Hospital staff and patients - has designed a limited edition cap.  The $25 caps will be available starting tomorrow at shopthebills.com and Sunday at New Era Field, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the hospital.

The ECIDA approving tax breaks for a pair of projects.  Business First reports Rosina Foods Products will be expanding in West Seneca and Moog Inc.'s Aircraft Division will be doing the same in East Aurora.  The projects reflect a $100 million investment combined - and will add at least 65 new local jobs.

Northwest Bank will celebrate the grand opening of its newly-opened office located at 6525 Transit Road in East Amherst for four weeks - starting Friday, October 25th and lasting through Friday, November 22nd.  This location is about 3-tenths of a mile from the previous branch location.

Six local business leaders have come together to establish the Against the Storm Foundation, Inc.  The non-profit foundation’s mission is to help fight blood cancers and support other causes that will improve the health and quality of life for people in need.  The organizers are Thomas Lillis, Joseph Nicastro, Justin and Randall Andreozzi, John Freedenberg and Dick Shaner, Jr.