SENATOR SEAN RYAN HONORS CAMPUS WHEELWORKS AS MAY ‘SMALL BUSINESS OF THE MONTH’
Nomination Window for June Award Open Until June 18
BUFFALO – Today, May 31, 2023, New York State Senator Sean Ryan announced that Campus WheelWorks has been selected as the 61st Senate District Small Business of the Month for May. Senator Ryan will present the store’s owners with a New York State Senate Empire Award in recognition of their work to grow and support Buffalo’s cycling community.
Campus WheelWorks has served Buffalo for 50 years, beginning as part of Clayton’s Toys on Elmwood Avenue in 1973. Campus Bike Shop later opened on Elmwood Avenue in 1975, and in 1996 it became Campus WheelWorks. Under current ownership, the store has expanded to a second location on Niagara Street. In the last decade, Campus WheelWorks has done extensive work to support the Western New York community.
Senator Sean Ryan said, “As an avid bike rider myself, I know just how valuable cycling can be as both a hobby and a workout. Campus WheelWorks has been a fixture of our community for decades, and they have done a lot of incredible work to spread the love of biking throughout Western New York. I am proud to present them with this award in recognition of their outstanding commitment to the Buffalo community.”
Senator Ryan will continue to highlight businesses that deserve special recognition for their contributions to the Western New York community throughout 2023. To nominate a business for the June award, individuals should fill out the nomination form here or at ryan.nysenate.gov by Sunday, June 18.
Businesses that will receive special consideration during the selection process include:
To be eligible for the award, a business must be located in the 61st Senate District, which includes parts of the City of Buffalo, as well as the entireties of the City of Tonawanda, the Towns of Amherst, Grand Island, and Tonawanda, and the Villages of Kenmore and Williamsville. To confirm whether a business is located in the 61st District, individuals can visit nysenate.gov/find-my-senator and enter its address.