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Computer Task Group Inc., a Buffalo information technology services firm, has been named to the VARBusiness 500, the annual ranking of providers of information technology solutions.

The Hartford Financial Services Group's Western New York regional office has won the company's fifth annual Monarch Award for outstanding service to large commercial customers.

The Resource Center of Jamestown has assumed operations of Brooks Memorial Hospital's Primary Care Center in Dunkirk.

PBB Global Logistics of Buffalo has launched International Trade Solutions, a specialized service that provides customized advice on trade issues.

Marketing Resources, an Orchard Park direct marketing agency, has received a first-place Direct Best award from the Upstate New York Direct Marketing Association for a campaign promoting a creativity workshop for the Art Directors/Communicators of Buffalo and Professional Communicators of Western New York. The firm also received the WNY Ace Award for Best Showbook Advertisement at the Western New York Awards for Creative Excellence.

Rare Earth Interactive Design in Buffalo, a new Internet design and development company, has contracted with Zippo Manufacturing Co. and the International Division of Welch Foods Inc. to provide web site design, development and maintenance services. Zippo manufactures lighters, and Welch's markets grape-based products.

Bearing Solutions Inc. of Hamburg has been named a sales representative in New York State and the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for NAFCO Industries Inc. of Taipei, Taiwan, which manufactures threaded fasteners for the aerospace/military and commercial/industrial markets.

The Lawley Service Insurance Group of Companies has been named by Business Insurance magazine as the 67th largest insurance brokerage in the United States. The national trade publication issues its rankings each year based on a firm's estimated revenues as derived from its U.S. based clients.

Scott Danahy Naylon, one of Buffalo's largest and oldest insurance brokerage firms, announced the opening of its Metro New York City office in Tarrytown. The company also has an office in Rochester.

Pilot Air Freight's Buffalo office has won the company's Second Quarter Inbound Logistics Award (ILS) for achieving the highest revenue in ILS business. The Buffalo station has been a top performer in the ILS product for several years.

Allstate Insurance Co. has announced the opening of the Lourdes Iglesias Agency at 217 Hampshire St.

White Directory, publishers of the Buffalo and All Suburbs Talking Phone Book, has finalized an agreement with Digicon Communications Services to provide Internet access service to business customers.

F.W. Myers, a U.S. Customs broker and international transportation company, recently received its Canadian Customs brokerage license from Revenue Canada and has established Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ont.

Interim HealthCare is cooperating with the Bureau of Home Care Services, State of New York Department of Health, in a statewide demonstration to monitor and improve the outcomes of home care. The data collected will enable measurement of patients' change in health status between start of care and discharge.

House of Ceramics of Depew and Golden Enterprises Inc. have announced the opening of Back in Thyme, in Belmont. This 9,000-square-foot building will house a ceramic center, arts and crafts, restaurant, deli and complete banquet and wedding facility.

Source One Logistics has leased 62,000 square feet with an option to lease an additional 40,000 square feet from Ciminelli Development Co.'s Concourse Center at Genesee Street across from the airport. The lease was negotiated by Saperston Real Estate Corp.

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