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TMP Technologies Inc. of Buffalo has designed and manufactured a new foam tip applicatior for BIC Corp.'s brand of Wite-Out correction fluid. Research showed consumers far preferred the foam tips to bristle applicators.

CLI Oncology Inc. in Jamestown completed a study that shows definitive evidence that its METAtest kit can predict metastatic activity in a variety of human tumor types.

Assemblyman Sam Hoyt gave a $2,000 Special Member Item Grant to Buffalo Freenet (BFN). It will be used to upgrade BFN's mail server and to provide web-based log-ins to e-mail. Non-profit organization can have free space on BFN's server for their Web sites.

Safespan Platform Systems Inc. of Tonawanda installed the first Plus Eight Modular Scaffolding System in the United States in a hydropillar water tower in Alsip, Ill. The system significantly reduced overall project time require for sandblasting and painting facility.

Debbie Grey, a licensed massage therapist, offers an on-site massage therapy service in offices, homes, company outings and trade shows. The massage is performed in a special massage chair with the person fully clothed. Primary practice site is Orthosports Therapy in Snyder.

Sahlen Sports Park opened its recreational complex at 7070 Seneca St. in Elma. It features state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor soccer fields also suitable for lacrosse, field hockey and other sports.

Survival Tactics has opened at 92 Rodney St. at Fillmore Avenue. The store features designer clothing, children's clothing, and accessories for the young, urban customer. Proprietors are William Earthman and Khia Drakeford.

Buffalo AudioVisual Services changed its corporate identity to BAVServices Inc. and expanded its services to clients throughout the nation and elsewhere.

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