MidCity Challenges Area Lawyers to a Bowl Offby onlinethymes
Winner takes home an executive office chair
For Immediate Release
January 26, 2012
Kurt Amico, email@example.com
MidCity Challenges Area Lawyers to Compete in Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon
Buffalo, NY—In December 2011, Junior Achievement of Western New York (JA) announced that it had elected Kurt Amico, President of Buffalo-based MidCity Office Furniture, to its Board of Directors. As a newly elected board member, Kurt is calling out area lawyers to raise awareness for JA's annual Bowl-A-Thon. "I've been involved with JA for over 8 years now and love the impact that we are making", says Amico, "This is an open challenge to law firms in WNY. If your team can beat our MidCity team, then we will give the winning team an executive office chair. If we get six teams that beat us then we will give away six chairs."
Each team willing to compete with the MidCity team will have to register directly with Junior Achievement for the Bowl-A-Thon, being held on Saturday, March 10, 2012. Visit http://www.JAWNY.org to register. Once registered, the team will have to register here with MidCity by March 9 to become eligible. For more details, call Kurt at 716.832.0138.
About MidCity Office Furniture. "For a Better Day at the
More than 40 years of providing affordable office solutions to Western New York businesses. From conference rooms to executive suites...file cabinets to cubicles...floor covering to window treatments, MidCity Office Furniture has the solution for you. Located in the Tri-Main Center, MidCity has clients across New York State including Synacor, Roswell Park, Buffalo Computer Graphics, Homeland Security, and Daily Post.
President, MidCity Office Furniture
With over 20 years experience in the industry, Kurt has expertise in all aspects of the business. In 1991 Amico joined as a sales representative, and in 2000 was promoted to vice president. In 2004, Amico became the company's managing partner overseeing day-to-day management. Today he owns and operates the business with his wife Katie.
Kurt is very active in the business community and is on the Board of Directors for Niagara Business Associate. He is also in the 2005 graduating class for UB School of Managements CEL program and is also a graduate of the Advanced CEL program. He is a resident of the Town of Tonawanda.
About Junior Achievement of Western New
Established in 1958, Junior Achievement of Western New York is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about the value of free enterprise, while inspiring them to succeed in a global economy. This past academic year (2009-10), 700 volunteer role models delivered 661 JA programs to approximately 13,500 students in more than 120 schools throughout the eight counties of Western New York.
For more information on donation or volunteer opportunities, or on any of JA's programs or events, visit http://wny.ja.org or call 716-853-1381.