ClassicBuffalo.com

  Welcome to the Web Port of Western New York

   ClassicBuffalo.com is a guide to the city of Buffalo, Niagara Falls and the WNY region. USA

About

This web site guides and informs the world about Buffalonians. It provides quality, interesting, and community oriented online content. It also provides information and opportunities to any individual, family and business about WNY across the world wide web. It serves as a web portal to the numerous sites from the Greater Buffalo-Niagara and Western New York region. Buffalo is the second largest city in New York State. Tourists, residents or anyone can browse the diversity of our region and learn what WNY has to offer. Thank you for visiting..

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This web site is offered for your personal and noncommercial use as conditioned by your acceptance without modification of the terms, conditions, and notices contained herein. Your use as visitor of this web site constitutes your agreement to all such terms, conditions and notices. You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any information or products found on, or obtained from, this web site. ClassicBuffalo.com can at any time modify the terms of access to this site at its sole discretion. Your continued use of the web site following any such modification shall be deemed as acceptance to such modification.

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Contact / Owner

  • Send email to, rob {at} classicbuffalo.com with any questions, inquiries or comments about this website. For more information, please visit our Home page at http://www.classicbuffalo.com.
  • Mr. Robert Czyz is a proud 1st generation Polish-American citizen born in Buffalo, New York. This web site was created as an online community resource about the Greater Buffalo-Niagara, Western New York region and as an internet marketing venture of related products.

    Born and residing in Buffalo, NY, both parents fled their native Poland during World War II. Rob was the youngest of three sons. A Regents diploma student at Frontier Central High School, he worked in the retail industry while achieving his Bachelor of Science Industrial Technology degree from the State University College at Buffalo. He also earned Continuing Education Units at the Culinary Institute of America while honing his leadership and managerial skills.

    Czyz co-founded Replica Technology, a software developer in 1993. For seven years he served as Global Marketing and Sales Manager. Having helped establish the company as a recognized producer of quality 3D products for graphic artists and animators worldwide.

    As an established musician he has performed, recorded with the bands Steelton Jam and Paragon. Currently performs solo acoustic and special guest appearances. In March of 2000 Rob joined Guitar Center Buffalo, the largest musical instrument retailer in the USA where he received numerous awards for leadership, innovation and became Store Manager.

    After leaving GTRC in 2003, Rob has been working as an entrepreneur, musician and community activist. In March of 2004, ClassicBuffalo.com was launched on the world wide web.