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by Staff Writer / Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres today unveiled The Mercedes Benz Business Class Suite at First Niagara Center. The innovative new suite provides first-class business meeting amenities, allowing local Sabres partners and suite holders to hold meetings while overlooking the ice at First Niagara Center.

“It is a great addition to the Sabres brand to team with the world class quality of Mercedes Benz,” said Bruce Popko, Pegula Sports and Entertainment’s executive vice president of business development. “Local companies can now greatly enhance the experience of their next important meeting. They can take care of business with the benefit of a one-of-a-kind setting and then enjoy the game in a luxury suite.”

The Mercedes Benz Business Class Suite is equipped with innovative presentation technology that allows companies to move their boardroom into the heart of the arena. In addition to a contemporary-style conference table that provides comfortable seating for 10, the suite is equipped with HD television screens that are visible from all seats at the table. Breakfast and lunch catering are available, featuring the same outstanding culinary options that suite holders enjoy during arena events.

“We at Mercedes Benz of Buffalo are excited about our new relationship with the Buffalo Sabres,” said Robert LaMastra, president of Mercedes Benz of Buffalo. “As a lifelong fan of the team, I look forward to solidifying the franchise’s already outstanding relationship with the local business community by providing this suite to support that cause. Let’s go Buffalo!”

The Mercedes Benz Business Class Suite is located on the east end of First Niagara Center’s PremCom Suite Level, near the parking ramp entrance, above section 111.

About Mercedes Benz of Buffalo
Mercedes Benz of Buffalo was established in 1933 and has been serving the Western New York community for 83 years. It became a Mercedes Benz dealer in 1965 and now sells the Mercedes Benz Sprinter van and Mercedes Benz built Smart Car. Robert LaMastra became its president in 1996.

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