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Wrafterbuilt’s Key People Happy Hour

Wrafterbuilt, makers of beautiful wood furniture and accessories, has come up with a fun and inventive way to thank people for choosing to live in some of the city’s key residential digs. Over 800 residents living in development projects constructed by Ellicott Development, Sinatra & Company, Signature Development, and The Frizlen Group, are being given custom wood key fobs as part of Wrafterbuilt’s Key People Program. It’s a way for the wood working company to say ‘Thank You’ to all of the loft dwellers who are helping to grow the city’s economy. 

All Wrafterbuilt customers are also eligible to pick up a key fob on Wednesday, October 20, at EXPO Market from 5pm to 7pm for Happy Hour. The new program allows anyone in possession of a key fob to save 10% on future Wrafterbuilt purchases. 

Partially due to the loft boom in Buffalo, Sean Wrafter (owner of Wrafterbuilt) has been catering his rustic yet contemporary furniture designs to those people who have chosen to repopulate formerly deserted parts of the city. As the developers come up with more and more ways to rebuild Buffalo, Sean’s furniture designs have followed suit. His tables complement the sturdy joists and rafters that are inherent to these buildings.

Now, Sean wants to thank his customers, as well as those who continue to believe in the rebirth of Buffalo. As part of his ongoing commitment to those who are helping to rebuild this city, one loft at a time, Sean will be giving away one of his signature tables at the Happy Hour event. Anyone is eligible to win the table, during the unveiling of Wrafterbuilt’s Key People Program.

Wrafterbuilt’s Key People Happy Hour

Wednesday, October 20th from 5 until 7pm

Expo Market | Market Arcade, 617 Main Street | Buffalo, NY 14203

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