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  • Check out this Canadian press coverage on the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum's recent eventRead More »

  • Save the Date! The Western New York Environmental Alliance will be holding its 13th annual summit on Saturday, September 30, 2017. If you'd like to sponsor the event or volunteer, please email Cheryl Bird at cbird@daemen.edu Or, if you'd like to reserve space for an exhibit, please email Brenda Young at byoung@daemen.edu We'll see you there!Read More »

  • The green flag dropped for the 2017 Great Race this past Saturday, June 24th in Jacksonville, FL, and our own Robert E. Knoer, Esq. was at the starting line to see them off.. Competitors are making their way north and will finish up in Traverse City, MI this Sunday. The goal of the race is accuracy; drivers try to make it from checkpoint to checkpoint in a precise time. All the cars are from before 1972, and so is the navigation: no cell phones or GPS allowed. Just ask the #RollingAnalog team, a pair of millennials who hadn't even ...Read More »

  • We are very excited to announce that the 2018 Hemmings Motor News Great Race will start right here in Buffalo, NY at The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum. The Great Race is inspired by a 1908 New York to Paris automobile race. Competitors drive cars from 1972 and earlier, though most entrants predate World War II. It isn't a speed competition, but a contest of precision: racers aim to reach checkpoints at an exact time down to the second. Competitors will leave Buffalo on June 23, 2018, and travel 2300 miles, arriving in Halifax, Nova Scotia on July 1. The Museum previously hosted ...Read More »

  • The Knoer Group is proud to announce that our friends at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum will be hosting the 2017 induction ceremony and reception for The Women's Transportation Hall of Fame. Tickets are available to the general public. For more information, please see The Women's Transportation Hall of Fame Induction Announcement.Read More »

  • Buffalo Rising has posted a wonderful article about our city's resurgence and where to go from here. Especially of note is the underutilized area surrounding our friends at The Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum. Enjoy the read, and maybe give a thought to how you'd like to picture Buffalo's future. Think of how far we've come since 2005, and imagine where we could be in 2025.Read More »

  •   We would like to congratulate our good friends James & Mary Ann Sandoro for being named Outstanding Citizens of 2014 by The Buffalo News.   Their achievements, both as collectors and philanthropists, have been recognized in the international automobile press as well.   For more information on the Sandoros' gifts to Buffalo, please visit the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum.   Read More »

  • The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum has grand plans for expansion--Buffalo may soon be home to the largest automobile museum in the world. The Buffalo News has details here.Read More »

  • The Toronto Star has published a very nice piece about our friends at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum, highlighting the connection to a Toronto collector who donated many pieces to the museum. The article can be found here. Of course, we think you should come check all these pieces out yourself. More information on the museum can be found at www.pierce-arrow.com.Read More »

  • Please join us at Templeton Landing on Wednesday, January 28th for the 2015 Air & Waste Management Seminar: Focus on Sustainability in Western New York. The full day event will include presentations and discussions focusing on current trends and future options for companies, government agencies, and others seeking to incorporate more sustainable practices into their businesses, organizations, and personal lives. Sessions will be run by local business leaders, educators, and attorneys, including Robert E. Knoer of The Knoer Group, as well as a keynote address by Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz. CLE and PDH credits are available. All proceeds from conference registration will go ...Read More »